Where To Find New Tires - V&F Auto Inc

Where To Find New Tires

Figuring out where to find new tires can be a daunting and expensive task. If you're dealing with uneven front or rear tire wear, here are some things to keep in mind.

Do I need to replace all of my tires at once?

At V&F, we know it can be super frustrating when you don't get as much out of our tires as you'd hoped— but once wear sets in, your tires should be replaced. 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. Read more: 3 simple things you can do to ensure your tires last as long as possible. We're often asked: what if my tires are unevenly worn? Do I have to replace all of them? The short answer is: yes. In most circumstances, replacing all four tires at one time is the better path for both the near- and long-term health of your vehicles. Swapping only two of your tires for new ones with full tread depths could create an imbalance with the older set, causing dangerous traction or handling issues. In some cases, two new tires can be fitted but this is highly dependent on the circumstance—in this case, you should seek out advice from a trained technician. Read more: Common causes of uneven tire wear.

Where to Find New Tires | V&F Auto

If you’re trying to figure out where to find new tires,the team at V&F is happy to help. Our expert mechanics can help you choose the right tire type for your price point, driving habits, and driving conditions. At V&F Auto, we also offer:
  • Tire Sales
  • Tire Installations
  • Tire Rotation
  • Tire Balancing
  • Tire Replacement
  • Wheel Alignment
  • Tire Air Pressure Checks
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Repair & Service
Call us at (413)314-2280 to make an appointment or schedule an appointment online. Pro tip: Rotating your tires gives your mechanic a good opportunity to inspect each one for damage, check their air pressure and tread depth, and have them rebalanced if you’re noticing any issues with vibration or underinflation. Learn more about tire rotation.

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