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Tire Repair

Keep your car rolling with top quality tire care from Lifetime Automotive. Problematic tires can create a number of problems with your car, from poor mileage to imprecise steering. Tires can wear on the outside or inside, making it difficult to diagnose the problem from home. Bring your car to Lifetime Automotive and find an answer today. We know cars, and we know that each part of your car works in tandem with the others to keep your vehicle performing its best.

When you visit Lifetime Automotive, our mechanics will inspect, rotate and balance your tires. When necessary we will also replace your tires, determining the correct size and type for the make and model of your car, and the driving conditions your car must be able to handle. We also align wheels, making sure your steering is sharp, responsive and reliable.

Properly inflated, aligned and cared for tires will improve both the performance and the mileage of your vehicle. Here’s a few tips to help you get where you need to go:

  • Have your tires rotated regularly. Each vehicle manufacturer recommends specifically how often tires should be rotated. By keeping to this schedule, you can help your tires enjoy a longer life. Our Lifetime Autmotive mechanics will make sure you are equipped with all the knowledge you need to keep your life on track.
  • Make sure your tires are properly inflated. Over time, tires slowly lose their air, up to 1 pound per square inch a month. In addition to regular wear and tear, temperature can also have a significant affect on the health of your tires. A sudden drop in temperature can quickly drain the air from your tires. Make sure you have your tires inflated to the proper psi to prevent a loss in gas mileage and tire damaged.
  • Tires can also be damaged or worn down from severe driving conditions. Sometimes, these problems are impossible to detect on your own, so make sure your car is inspected regularly by professionals.

If you notice your tires are unevenly worn, there is cracking or bulging tire treads or sidewalls, something is poking into the tire, the tread itself is pulling away from the tire, or the tire appears significantly inflated both inside and outside, it’s probably time for a new tire. An easy way to check your tire health is to place a penny in your treads, top first. If the tread doesn’t reach Lincoln’s head, your tires are severely worn down and probably need replacement.

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