How do I know when it's time to replace my tires? You can determine if you need new tires but measuring the tread depth of your tires. For best results, stop by our dealership, and we can measure the tread on our tread gauge.  

What tire size do I need for my vehicle? You can find the size of your tires on the side of the tire or in your Owner's manual. 

What are the different types of tires?

  1. All-Season Tires: These are your go-to tires if you're looking for versatility. They provide decent performance in different weather conditions, including dry, wet, and light snowy roads. All-season tires are great for everyday driving.

  2. Summer Tires: If you live in an area with hot summers and don't have to worry about snowy or icy roads, summer tires are a solid choice. 

  3. Winter Tires: These tires are engineered with special rubber compounds and unique tread patterns to maintain grip and traction on icy, slushy, or snowy roads. 

  4. Performance Tires: Offer superior handling, cornering grip, and enhanced responsiveness. Just keep in mind that they might sacrifice a bit of tread life and comfort for that extra performance.

  5. All-Terrain Tires: All-terrain tires are your ticket to exploring the great outdoors. These rugged beauties can handle various terrains, including dirt, gravel, mud, and rocks.

  6. Touring Tires: If you're all about long road trips and a smooth, comfortable ride, touring tires are worth considering. 

  7. Run-Flat Tires: Run-flat tires are designed to keep you going even if you get a puncture. They have reinforced sidewalls that can support the weight of your vehicle for a limited distance, allowing you to make it to the nearest service station safely.

Can I downsize or upsize my tires from the original size recommended by the manufacturer?  You can change tire sizes but is in NOT recommended.  We suggest talking to our tire experts before purchasing different size tires to review the pros and cons. 

How do I properly maintain and care for my tires? To maintain and care for your tires, we suggest you:

  1. Maintain tire pressures

  2. Rotate tires

  3. Watch for signs of wear or damage