Tire Maintenance

In order for your tires to deliver the best performance, traction, and safety, they must have sufficient tread depth. Tread depth is so crucial to tire safety that US law mandates tires must have plainly visible tread wear indicator bars. Unfortunately these bars can be difficult to see until the tread is well worn and… Read More


Most newer cars are equipped with an integrated Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS). These systems use sensor technology to alert drivers when tire pressure in one of the tires goes below a predetermined level. As many drivers have observed, it is not uncommon for the TPMS light to illuminate when cold weather settles in. While… Read More


Though commonly confused, wheel alignment and tire balancing two unique tire services. Each are essential for getting the most out of the life and performance of your tires. Wheel Alignment Wheel alignment is also referred to as “tire alignment” or “front end alignment.” Alignment service involves adjusting the angle of your car’s wheels to the… Read More