Tire Service Koons Clarksville Chevy Buick GMC

Keeping your tires in good condition is an essential part of your vehicle's maintenance regime. Proper tire maintenance can improve handling and performance and ensure you stay safe on the road. At our Koons Clarksville tire center, our service and parts team members can help you with buying new tires, tire maintenance, and many other routine maintenance tasks. Feel free to contact us to learn more about what we can do for you.

Tire Services in Clarksville

One way to make sure your tires continue to perform well for longer is to regularly get them rotated. Tire rotations are necessary because your front and rear tires will wear down at different speeds due to your vehicle's drivetrain setup, steering, and braking. The way we rotate your tires will depend on whether you have a front-wheel-drive, rear-wheel-drive, four-wheel-drive, or all-wheel-drive vehicle. It's well worth having your tires rotated whenever you get your engine oil changed, which should be about once every six months.

Uneven wear on your tires isn't just a problem for your wheels. It can impact how your vehicle handles, reduce its fuel economy, and cause safety issues due to poor braking performance.

Another key tire maintenance service we provide is a wheel alignment. If you've noticed that your car constantly pulls to one side or that your steering wheel vibrates in your hands, your wheels probably need aligning. It's important to act on these signs quickly, since poorly aligned wheels can damage other components of your car, including the brakes and steering system. Using the latest technology and equipment, we can assess your wheel alignment issue and fix it in a few minutes.

A flat tire tends to happen when you least expect it. When it does, we can repair it. Your flat tire may have been caused by a rough road surface or a sharp object. Common symptoms of a flat tire include difficulty steering your vehicle, a repetitive thumping sound as you drive, and a low-pressure warning light on your dashboard. If you've experienced any of these signs, stop by our Clarksville service center and let our experts put things right.

Buy New Tires from Koons Chevrolet Buick GMC

No matter how well you look after your tires, there will come a time when they need replacing. Many tire manufacturers recommend replacing your tires every five or six years. Factors like your driving habits and the type of vehicle you drive can have an impact on these general recommendations. For example, if you drive a Chevrolet Silverado 1500 truck that's regularly involved in hauling heavy loads, your tires could wear out more quickly. That's why it's important to have your tire tread inspected regularly.

search for a new set of tires using our tire finder tool. You can specify the width or wheel size for the tires you need, as well as select specific tire types like winter tires or all-terrain tires.

If you're unsure which tires to buy for your truck or crossover, try consulting your owner's manual for a recommendation. Alternatively, you can ask one of our auto technicians for their advice. We perform tire replacements on vehicles throughout the Chevrolet, Buick, and GMC lineups regularly, so we're familiar with the best types of tires for each model.

Before you purchase a fresh set of tires, don't forget to check out our service and parts specials page. That's where you'll find all the incentives and discounts we're currently offering on auto maintenance and parts. These offers sometimes include special prices for a new set of tires or a discounted rate for tire installation at our service center.

Tire Care Tips for Columbia Drivers

We've got several useful tips that will help you maintain your tires. The first is to regularly check your tire pressure. You should do this about once a month so you can identify when it's time to top off your tires with some air. Testing your tire pressure is a simple task anyone can perform with a tire pressure gauge, which you can easily pick up at a hardware store.

Making sure that your tires retain the appropriate pressure is critical if you want them to perform at their best. Tires that are too soft can deteriorate more rapidly and may reduce your vehicle's gas mileage. Just remember when you're topping off the air in your tires to aim for the pressure listed on the sticker on the driver's door rather than the number on the tire wall. The pressure listed on the tire wall is the maximum pressure your tires can cope with, which is not necessarily the pressure you want.

As your tires get older, a quick visual inspection from time to time can alert you to any issues with them. If you notice the tread is beginning to wear down, you can perform the so-called penny test to find out whether you need to change your tires. To do this, turn a penny upside down so Lincoln's head is pointing downwards. Then, place the penny into the tread of your tire. If you can still see the top of Lincoln's head, your tread is too worn and you'll need to purchase new tires.

If you want a more accurate tread test, you can stop by our service center and let one of our technicians perform a quick test. Making sure that your tires have an adequate amount of tread can save you the trouble of experiencing serious safety issues on the road, such as slipping and sliding on wet surfaces, or even suffering a tire blowout.

Now that you know a bit more about the tire services we offer and how you can maintain your tires at home, we're looking forward to helping you with your tire care needs. If there's anything else you'd like to know about our tire services, don't hesitate to contact us today . Our service team members are always on hand to take your call or talk with you in person if you stop by our Chevrolet service center in Clarksville.

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