There are several important reasons to have the tires on your vehicle inspected. By doing this, you can help save on costly repair bills for the tires, as well as parts of the vehicle. Also, make sure to bring the vehicle in for regularly scheduled maintenances. We can inspect the vehicle for any parts that are wearing or have become damaged. Regular maintenance is important for the vehicle to work as efficient as possible. It can also help parts to last as long as possible.




As you inspect the tires, also make sure to check the tread on them. You will want to check them for uneven or excessive wear where the tread is. This is important because a lack of tread can lead to the vehicle hydroplaning or pulling in one direction or the other. Also check for and remove any objects that may be wedged into the grooves of the tread. You can check for holes or cuts that may lead to air leaking out of the tire. Inspect the sidewall for cracks and bulges as well. If you notice an issue, make sure to bring the vehicle in as soon as you can.




Bringing the vehicle in for an alignment or rotation is important. If you hit a curb or pothole, it may cause the vehicle to be unaligned. It may also cause damage to the tires of your vehicle. You can also notice an issue with the tires if your vehicle tends to pull in one direction or another. Having tires that are not properly aligned can cause significant uneven wear to the tread. Rotating the tires on a recommended schedule can help them to wear more evenly, while also helping them to last longer.




If you hit or run over something while driving, make sure to have the tires inspected as soon as you can. This way you can help to ensure the tires are in the best condition possible. At any time if you notice sudden vibrations while driving, chances are that a tire has become damaged. Drive with caution until you can pull of the road safely. If the tire is underinflated, make sure to inflate it to the proper amount. Then you can bring your vehicle in, and we can inspect the tire for any puncture or leak it may have. It is always important to bring your vehicle in at the first sign of anything wrong with it.