FAQs – Tires
TOP FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
It should take around 45 minutes to mount four tires on an average vehicle.
All newly fitted tires should be balanced on the rim for maximum performance and comfort.
No, but it is recommended to have your vehicle checked for alignment
It’s possible to “drive several hundred yards before you irreparably destroying the tire.
Fix-a-Flat will not ruin your tires but keep in mind that it’s only a temporary fix and you should have a technician take a look at it as soon as possible.
Hitting a pothole can cause bent wheel rims, internal tire damage, alignment problems, and shock and strut issues depending on the severity of the impact.
Balancing requires putting a mounted wheel and tire on a balancer, which centers the wheel and spins it to determine where the weights should go.
Yes, Tires should be replaced in pairs, both in the front, or both in the back.
No you do not need a wheel alignment when changing one tire, depending on the reason for replacing that tire.
Yes, our mechanics can return the rim to a like new condition.