Mopar service and parts departments provides a variety of wheel and tire services. We can help you choose new tires that will work best for your vehicle and driving preferences. We can help you with repairs to a current tire or help you get into a whole new set.
We hope that by listing our extensive services, you will consider us for your next tire maintenance appointment. Contact us today for more information on any of the above or stop in and speak with a friendly representative today!
To ensure safety and even tire wear on your vehicle, we recommend changing the positioning of your tires approximately every 6,000 to 8,000 miles. Removing and re-installing the tires in the recommended position maintains a balance in traction and handling and helps you get the most out of your investment.
Our parts and service departments offer drivers a wide selection of tire brands, and our facilities are well equipped to remove your old tires and mount new ones. Make sure to check out our service specials for stellar savings on these trusted names.
When your tire is losing air or has a flat due to a puncture, allow our professionals to put their skills and tools to work. This involves removing the tire from the wheel, patching it from the inside, and remounting it. We guarantee to make sure each of your tires is ready for the road once again.
Every time your vehicle comes in for service, our staff checks pressure levels on each tire and fills them up accordingly, free of charge. Schedule a service appointment today and see for yourself!
Keeping your wheels balanced is necessary to maintain a smooth ride as well as to lower the stress on your tires and suspension system. We will evaluate the need for your tire/wheel assembly, and follow through with appropriate balancing or re-balancing.
To help ensure proper handling, even tire wear, and fuel efficiency, we recommend having your wheels realigned in the instance of any of these situations:
All of our alignments include performing a visual inspection of your vehicle’s steering and suspension components. We also use computer measurements to accurately restore the alignment of your wheels according to factory specifications.
To keep your tires in tip-top shape, most manufacturers recommend rotating them every 5,000 to 7,000 miles. If you happen to get your oil changed every 5,000 miles, that’s a convenient time to knock out both tasks together! This helps ensure even wear and tear, maximizing your tire life and safety on the road.
While a spare tire gets you out of a jam, it’s not built for marathons. Here’s the lowdown:
Remember, a spare is a temporary solution. Get your flat tire fixed or replaced as soon as possible for optimal safety and performance.
In general, it’s best to avoid mixing tire types on your car. Different sizes, constructions, or even just brands can affect your vehicle’s handling and safety. Imagine wearing mismatched shoes while running – it wouldn’t feel right, would it?
Here’s why matching tires is important:
Safety first: Uneven handling and traction from mismatched tires can increase stopping distances and make your car less predictable, especially in tricky situations like bad weather or emergency maneuvers.
Performance matters: Different tires can affect your car’s fuel efficiency, ride comfort, and overall performance.
Your car’s tires are crucial for your safety on the road. Don’t gamble with mismatched ones!
Slower leaks, happier tires: Nitrogen molecules are bigger than oxygen molecules, making them escape from tires at a slower rate. This means less frequent pressure checks and top-ups, potentially saving you time and hassle.
Temperature tantrums? Not with nitrogen: Air pressure fluctuates with temperature changes, but nitrogen is less susceptible. This means more consistent pressure, leading to potentially better fuel economy, longer tire life, and improved handling.
But is it worth the hype? While nitrogen offers some benefits, consider these points:
Ultimately, the choice is yours. If convenience and consistent pressure are priorities, nitrogen might be worth exploring. But if budget and accessibility are concerns, regular air inflation with proper pressure checks may suffice.
Remember: Regardless of your choice, regular pressure checks are crucial for tire safety and performance.
Here’s what to remember:
You can safely add regular air to nitrogen-filled tires if they’re running low on pressure. Since regular air contains about 78% nitrogen, topping up tires initially filled with nitrogen won’t cause any problems.