Category: Tire Repair

Replacing Tires in Pairs: Where to Install Two New Tires

January 18th, 2021 by

We always recommend installing new tires in sets of four—changing out a complete set will improve handling, comfort, and performance. If you prefer to replace tires in pairs, however, we can make that work—as long as they’re the same size as the tires already on your vehicle, and installed on the rear axle. Why the

Are bald tires really that bad in the winter?

December 2nd, 2020 by

We get it—replacing bald tires can be an expensive and time-consuming process. But it’s important to make sure your tires are safe for whatever this New England winter holds. Here’s our best advice for evaluating your tires. When should I replace a bald tire? You can easily tell if your tires’ tread is too worn

Tire Care and Safety: Replacing Old Tires

November 4th, 2020 by

Replacing old tires can be a huge hassle. If you’re dealing with uneven front or rear tire wear, here are some things to keep in mind: Tire Care and Safety As the only point of contact between the road and your car, tires have a big impact on a vehicle’s overall health, handling, and safety.

Which tires wear faster: front or rear?

October 16th, 2020 by

In a perfect world, all four tires would always wear evenly. Unfortunately, that’s not the case. If you’ve ever experienced uneven rear tire wear, you’re not alone! Uneven tire wear between front and rear tires is a very common occurrence. Common Causes of Wear In many cases, minimizing rear tire wear comes down to maintaining

Why do my tires keep losing air?

June 30th, 2020 by

When tires keep losing air, it can be super frustrating—especially if there aren’t any obvious culprits like a puncture or tear. Before you shell out a few hundred dollars to get your tires replaced, here are a few things to consider. Temperature Changes Sudden drops or rises in temperature can cause your tire pressure to

Why You Shouldn’t Drive With a Damaged Tire

March 18th, 2019 by

Find Tire Repair Fast You hear it time and time again from professionals in the automotive industry. When there’s a problem with your vehicle, you should handle it as soon as possible to avoid further damages. We can’t give better advice than that when dealing with a damaged tire. If you notice any damages, here