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There are many options when it comes to choosing a tire shop. There are large chains, big box retailers, car dealers, mom-and-pop shops, online retailers and more. Knowing what to look for can help make the process less stressful! Click here for a few tips when choosing a tire shop in your area.

There are many options when it comes to choosing a local tire shop. Knowing what to look for can help make the process less stressful! There are many benefits for choosing a tire shop near your home. Expert technicians at your local shop can do most of your tire maintenance, such as rotations, pressure checks, and flat repairs. Here are a few tips to consider when choosing a tire shop in your area.

Quantity and Brands

You’ll probably want to choose a shop that has a wide selection of tire brands available. It is best to have more than a few choices of brands and sizes to compare. Having more brands may give you the opportunity to find tires within your budget. If the shop has an extensive stock you are more likely to be able to have the tires you want installed the same day.

Customer Service

Whether you’re bargain shopping or purchasing top of the line tires, choose a tire shop that appreciates your business. Read reviews, ask around, and find a reputable shop with good recommendations.

Services Offered

Some tire shops are associated with repair shops. Others are standalone tire stores. Find out what services are offered at the shops you’re looking into. Do they offer guarantees with their purchases and installations? Do they assist with tire rotations, inspections, and air pressure checks? What is their policy on flat tires? Do they honor installations of tires bought online? These are all questions you may want to ask the service provider before making your final decision. It is common for local tire shops to install web-bought tires for customers. You can usually even have the tires shipped directly to the store. We want your tire buying experience to be a good one. We recommend starting to shop while you still have tread on your tires so you have time to research and shop without rushing. Give us a call or send us an e-mail and one of our tire professionals will be able to assist you.

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