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The front tires on a front-wheel drive vehicle accelerate, steer, and help brake your vehicle. Front tires tend to wear down faster than rear tires. Typically rear wheel tires last twice as long as front wheel tires. Ideally, we recommend you replace all four tires at the same time. Rotating your tires helps ensure even wearing for all your tires. Follow your vehicle's owner's manual suggestions. We suggest typical vehicles rotate at the same time as an oil/filter change or every 5,000 miles.


When your vehicle alignment is not proportioned correctly, two issues may occur:

  • Driving becomes more expensive

  • Driving becomes more dangerous


Driving without proper alignment costs you money. Not only does flawed alignment decrease gas mileage and tire life, but it also adds stress to your vehicle's steering equipment and structure. Ideally, your vehicle's wheels should run perpendicular to the ground and parallel to each other. Adjusting these wheel angles will bring your vehicle back into proper alignment.


Driving without proper alignment puts you at risk. An out-of-alignment car pulls and drifts away from a straight road and may cause an accident. Excessive tire wear—another result of bad car alignment—leads to tire blow-outs and poor traction, which also causes accidents. 


An improperly repaired tire may fail when driven at high speed causing loss of vehicle control. Flat or damaged tires need to be repaired by qualified personnel. Almost any sharp object on the road can cause a flat tire. We repair tire tread punctures up to 1/4" in diameter. We do NOT recommend repairing larger punctures or punctures to the tire's


  • Alignment        $89.95

  • Alignment         (lifted truck)     $109.95

  • Nitrogen Pkg              $49.95

  • Tire Repair       (TPMS extra)    $19.95

  • Tire Rotation    $19.95

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