Regular tire maintenance is an easily forgettable aspect of vehicle maintenance. To ensure that your tires are suitable for Sulphur Springs, Greenville, Bonham, Mount Pleasant, and Paris roads, schedule a service appointment with the Sulphur Springs Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram tire service team. Whether you need new tires, wheel alignment, or tire rotation, you can count on us to get you sorted out in no time.Many people think that tires sold at dealerships are overpriced and this is definitely not the case. At Sulphur Springs Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram, our brand-new tires are affordable and we often run tire specials and offer tire coupons on all Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram vehicles. We also only sell genuine Mopar® tires so you can drive off our lot and into the roads with confidence.
Installing quality tires for the proper weather conditions are incredibly invaluable, and Nottingham's Sulphur Springs Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram out of Sulphur Springs, Texas are professionally trained to install tires, rotate tires, and help you select the right tires for your vehicle. Each vehicle has tire specifications that need to be followed. Different sizes, tread patterns and more. If an improper tire is installed on your vehicle, it could be expensive and detrimental.
Over time, tires will wear down and if installed properly, they will wear evenly. The best solution would be to replace the tires with new ones. On an All wheel drive vehicle (AWD), all 4 tires will need to be replaced at the same time. Any other vehicle that is 2 wheel drive (2WD), any number of tires can be changed at any given time. In either application, it is important to install a tire that is the same or with similar tread - this can adversely affect your drivetrain over time ending with costly repairs. If tires are inflated improperly, the tires will wear unevenly. If under inflated, tires will wear towards the outer edges - and if over inflated, the tires will wear towards the middle portion of the tire. Each vehicle has specific air recommendations that are important to follow.
When to Replace Your Tires
It’s recommended that you replace your tires when the thread measures 4/32 inches or if the rubber cracks or dries out. The easiest way to measure your tire’s tread is to slide a penny upside down into a tread groove. If you still see the top of Lincoln’s head, it’s time to replace your tires.
Why It’s Important to Replace Tires
Replacing your tires is critical to safe driving. When tire tread gets too low, they are unable to properly channel moisture away from the road, resulting in a loss of traction and creating conditions for an accident. Our factory-trained and certified technicians only install the highest quality genuine OEM tires on your vehicle so you can drive safely in all weather conditions.
If your Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and RAM pulls left or right when it should go straight, you should stop by for a wheel alignment. We also recommend a wheel alignment when we notice uneven tire tread wear or an excessively vibrating steering wheel.
Sometimes your front tires wear faster than your rear tires and vice-versa. To get the most out of your tires, it’s essential to consistently rotate your tires. This helps keep tread wear even across all four tires. We recommend a tire rotation usually after 10,000 miles as stipulated by the U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association.
Schedule Tire Service
Let the experienced professionals at Sulphur Springs Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram take the stress off your hands, and help you maintain your vehicle's tire for the long term. At Sulphur Springs Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram, we are happy to help with any tire maintenance and repair services. Schedule a service appointment today!Schedule Service