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With our knowledgeable staff who are committed to finding the best fit for your vehicle and driving habits, and the most advanced mounting and alignment equipment in the industry, you will just enjoy sharing the ride with your loved ones.
• Sidewall cracking
• Uneven tread
• Uneven tread wear
When purchasing one or more new tires, it is necessary to have them professionally mounted to your vehicle so they do not damage your vehicle’s axles, steering, or suspension. Our expert technicians use state-of-the-art technology to remove the old tires and mount the new ones, so you can get back on the road quickly and safely.
Tire balance refers to the distribution of weight around a revolving tire and wheel assembly. An imbalance can lead to premature wear of tires, struts, shocks, and other steering and suspension components. Tire industry recommends that you should have your wheels balanced every 6,000 miles—or whenever you’re getting the tires rotated. This will help save you from costly repairs in the future.
Regular tire rotation is an essential step in long-term tire maintenance. The tire industry recommends rotating your tires every 5,000 miles. Most tire manufacturers require routine tire rotations to maintain the tread wear warranty. By rotating the tires regularly, you can ensure the wear on your tire treads is even on all four tires. This extends the life of your tires and improves their performance and safety. You will get more mileage out of your tires and save money in the long run.
Yes, we can complete a tire repair for you. If you find yourself with a flat or leaky tire, our technicians will complete a tire repair using the latest industry techniques to get you back on the road as quickly as possible.
Flat or damaged tires can affect the alignment, steering, and suspension of your car. We assess your vehicle to make sure there isn't any additional hidden damage caused by the flat tire. Our tire repair experts will make sure you always have a safe ride home.
Vehicles manufactured after 2007 come equipped with the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS). The function of this system is to alert you of significant changes to your tire pressure. While these sensors are certainly helpful if you have a hidden leak, they can trigger false alarms when the air temperature changes or if they are improperly installed. When you get new tires, our expert technicians reinstall your TPMS sensors with new valves and seals to make sure that the only false alarm you experience are when the unpredictable Northern Virginia climate springs into action.
Car alignments refer to the position of the vehicle's wheels relative to the car. Proper alignments ensure that tires are parallel to each other, pointing straight ahead and are level with the ground. Without the correct alignment, your tires will resist steering commands and make it difficult to handle your vehicle.
. Your car is drifting.
. Your tires are wearing unevenly.