Expert auto repair and tires at a great price.
Complete automotive service and repair for domestic and foreign vehicles.
For more than 10 years, Driver’s Edge has served the needs of customers throughout the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. No matter which of our convenient locations you choose, you’ll receive outstanding customer service from our friendly, knowledgeable management team and highly trained ASE-Certified mechanics. Visit us for an oil change, car AC repair, brake repair, or any other auto repair service you need.
One stop for everything you need.
Our factory-trained mechanics have both the experience and the expertise to keep your car in top condition. Come to Driver’s Edge Complete Tire & Auto Service for everything from battery service and diagnostic service, to transmission repair and tire rotation.
The top tire brands you trust.
All auto repair and tire shops are not the same! When you need the best tires at the right price, Driver’s Edge has you covered. We offer sales, installation, and full tire repair services at every Driver’s Edge location. Our tire services include tire rotation and tire balancing, both of which can extend the life of your tires and improve performance. Drivers in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area come to us for fast, expert service, plus money-saving coupons on new tires or tire services. Don’t know just which tires you need? Our technicians will ensure that you find the right tires for your vehicle at a price you can afford. We carry Firestone, Michelin, BF Goodrich, Kumho, and other top-name brands.
Preventative car maintenance to keep you on the road.
Waiting until something goes wrong with your vehicle may end with costly repair bills. Preventative car maintenance can help prevent unpleasant surprises that can leave you stranded, and save you money in the long run. At Driver’s Edge Complete Tire & Auto Service, our comprehensive preventative car maintenance program includes periodic 30,000-, 60,000-, and 90,000-mile service. Our preventative car maintenance service includes these checks and more:
- Oil: Our oil service includes an oil change, lube, and new filter to help extend the life of your engine.
- Fluid levels: We check and top off coolant, transmission fluid, power steering fluid, battery water, and windshield washer fluid.
- Filters: We inspect your air, fuel, and crankcase breather filters.
- Coolant: We offer a free cooling system inspection to check for harmful corrosion.
- Belts and hoses: We check belts and hoses for cracking, fraying or glazing and adjust them as needed.
- Tires: Proper air pressure and front-end alignment are critical to getting the most mileage from your tires. We make sure your tires have the inflation pressure your car’s manufacturer recommends.
Free, no-obligation auto repair estimates.
When you bring your vehicle to Driver’s Edge Complete Tire & Auto Service, our mechanics won’t get to work until you approve your estimate. You’ll know just how much your auto repairs or service will cost, and we’re always happy to go over the details with you. For a general idea of what your auto repair costs are before you come in, request a quote online. When you bring your vehicle in, we will inspect it and give you a final, written estimate.
We warranty our engine work.
At Driver’s Edge, we know the importance of having engine repair, rebuilding, or replacement done right the first time. Our ASE-Certified mechanics are trained to perform major engine work and we warranty our engine work for three years or 30,000 miles.
Ways to save on tires and auto repair service.
We make choosing Driver’s Edge as your car care headquarters more affordable with money-saving special offers and coupons. You can just display your coupons on your phone at your local Driver’s Edge location or print out your coupons and bring them in. Keep checking back for savings on our most-used services and products, such as new tires, oil and filter changes, brakes, headlights, wheel alignment, and much more. You can even sign up on our coupons page to have exclusive Driver’s Edge offers sent to your email inbox.
Get the edge on financing with the Driver’s Edge credit card.
Be prepared for the unexpected with the Driver’s Edge Complete Tire & Auto Service credit card. this CreditFirst National Association (CFNA) card, which may feature special, money-saving offers. Make sure you’re ready when you need new tires or auto repairs—apply online with CFNA today.
All of our locations are Official State Vehicle Inspection stations.
Most vehicles in Texas are required to have an annual inspection, and Driver’s Edge can keep your vehicle legal. Each of our 16 locations offer comprehensive safety inspections and, if required, an emissions test. Keep in mind that motorcycles and diesel-powered vehicles are not required to have an emissions test but still must have an annual comprehensive safety inspection. Contact us for information on scheduling your Texas State Car Inspections & Emissions Test at a Driver’s Edge location near you.
Book an appointment at your local Driver’s Edge auto repair sh today.
It’s easy to schedule an appointment at Driver’s Edge! Use our online appointment request form anytime it’s convenient for you. All you have to do is choose your desired location, complete a short form telling us what type of service you need, and your preferred dates and times. We’ll get back to you to let you know if the appointment times you requested are available and to confirm your appointment details. Don’t forget to review our coupons page for current specials and great savings!
How often do I need to change the oil in my car or truck?
Purchasing a vehicle is often one of the largest investments you make in your lifetime, next to your home, so it’s important to ensure your vehicle lasts as long as possible. One of the easiest, most affordable, and most important things you can do to keep your vehicle running and reliable is to keep up with regular oil changes.
The majority of cars, trucks, and SUVs should have oil changed and oil filters replaced every 3,000 to 6,000 miles, or every six months—whichever comes first. You may be able to go longer between oil changes with synthetic oil.
At Driver’s Edge Complete Tire & Auto Service, we treat every oil change as an important area of routine maintenance. During your routine oil change, our experienced technicians also check other areas of your vehicle to keep you informed of anything that may not be in good condition.
By staying on top of recommended repairs, you can ensure your vehicle is not only safe and reliable, but it can also save you money in the long run. Stop by a Driver’s Edge location for your next oil change. Also be sure to check our coupons page for savings on conventional and synthetic oil and filter changes.
What do your car AC inspections include?
Driver’s Edge is the first choice for car AC repair in the Dallas, Texas area. Our AC inspection services include the following:
- Test and record vent temperatures
- Inspect components for visible leaks
- Gauge and record Freon pressure
- Inspect hose fittings and compressor
- Run performance test
Even if you believe your AC is running well, you want to make sure your AC holds up throughout the entire summer season in Dallas. Our team of ASE-Certified technicians will perform an AC inspection to pinpoint any issues that could prevent your AC from working at full capacity, especially on those 100-degree days. AC inspections and car AC repair are available at all of our Driver’s Edge locations throughout Texas.
Do you offer factory-scheduled maintenance services?
Yes! At Driver’s Edge, we offer 30/60/90K service checkups, which help to address maintenance and inspection items applicable to the mileage on your vehicle.
Most of our 30/60/90K preventative car maintenance checks include the following:
- Oil change
- Four-wheel tire rotation, balance, and tire pressure adjustment
- Inspection and replacement of filters (air, cabin, fuel, and more)
- Perform general visual inspection and maintenance of tires, wheels, brakes, lights, belts, hoses, and drive-train and fuel systems
- Visual inspection and maintenance of spark plugs, belts, timing belts, and other parts, as applicable for higher-mileage vehicles
- Flush and top off fluids (coolant, brake fluid, and washer fluid)
- Road test
Although most vehicle manufacturers will recommend maintenance schedules for each mileage interval, the 30,000-mile interval is typically seen as the most common and the most important.
How can I tell if I need new brakes?
If you hear a squeaking, squealing, or grinding noise, or feel rubbing or pulsating while stepping on the brake pedal, these are all common warning signs that it’s time for brake repair or brake pad replacement.
Below are some of the common signs of brake repair:
- Poor braking performance
- Squeaking, squealing, or grinding noises
- Pulsation during braking
- Clicking noises when braking
- ABS light for antilock brakes is on
- Loss of brake pedal
- Loss of power assist
In some cases, brake repairs might simply involve replacing brake pads, shoes, and rotors, which is an important part of routine vehicle maintenance that can help prevent brake failure.
Serious mechanical issues are more likely to lead to brake failure. The most common reason is the loss of fluid pressure. Your brakes require hydraulic pressure for them to work properly, so iif there is a leak in your brake line or system, your brakes could fail.
Additionally, a buildup of rust and corrosion, oil, grease, hot spots, thin brake pads, can cause problems with your brakes.
If you think there may be problems with your brakes or if it has been some time since you last had your brakes inspected, Driver’s Edge offers full brake repair services for all cars, trucks, and SUVs.
Do I have to have my car serviced by the dealer to protect my warranty?
No, you do not have to bring your car to the dealership for regular maintenance in order to keep your warranty valid. You have the legal right to have your vehicle serviced or repaired by any auto repair company. A dealership cannot deny warranty coverage if repairs or maintenance are performed by an auto repair shop.
At Driver’s Edge, our team of factory-trained, ASE-Certified technicians provides the highest level of service and quality that meets or exceeds the service of any dealership. We can help you with everything your vehicle needs to remain safe, reliable, and running well.
What is preventative maintenance?
Regular preventative vehicle maintenance services are important for keeping your vehicle in good repair, avoiding potential problems, and saving you money.
Driver’s Edge offers basic preventative vehicle maintenance services at every location. Our preventative maintenance services include the following:
- Lube, oil, and filter change
- Check and fill fluid levels (coolant, transmission, power steering, brake, and windshield washer fluid)
- Replace air filter
- Vehicle tune-up (spark plugs, fuel filter, emissions)
- Chassis lubrication
- Check wiper blades
- Brake inspection
- Inspect belts and hoses
Our team of ASE-Certified technicians has the experience, equipment, and training to perform all of your scheduled maintenance, regardless of the age or mileage of your vehicle. Schedule an appointment or visit a Driver’s Edge location for your auto repair needs.
What should I do when my “check engine” light is on?
Don’t panic! Although it might be alarming to see your “Check Engine” light on or blinking, this doesn’t necessarily mean it is an immediate emergency. It could mean that there is a minor issue, such as a faulty oxygen sensor, or something more serious, such as an engine misfire or overheating. Regardless, you should never ignore your “Check Engine” light.
At Driver’s Edge, we can quickly determine the reason why a dashboard warning light is illuminated. We do this by running a diagnostics test on your vehicle’s computer.
Schedule an appointment or stop by any of our Driver’s Edge locations to have your warning light diagnosed and resolved as quickly as possible.
How often should I get a tune-up?
This depends on the age and mileage of your vehicle. Today’s newer vehicles are designed with internal computer systems, which should be serviced according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. However, older vehicles with high mileage may require different tune-up schedules.
At Driver’s Edge, we offer maintenance service packages at 30,000, 60,000, and 90,000 miles. Of course, if you notice any issues in between preventative maintenance service, or if your “Check Engine” light appears, get in touch with Driver’s Edge for an initial estimate or to book an appointment.
How can I tell if it’s time for new tires?
The most common signs of tire damage and wear include:
- Cracks in the sidewalls
- Embedded objects
- Tread wear
- Bulges, blisters, and other weak spots
New tires can be a significant expense, so you want to ensure you get the most mileage from them. Be sure that your tires are always properly inflated and check your vehicle’s owner’s manual for the manufacturer’s recommended inflation pressure. Tires that are worn or under-inflated can reduce your gas mileage!
If you see any of the above signs of wear or damage or notice more vibration than normal while driving, be sure to schedule an appointment at our tire shop. Driver’s Edge offers various tire services, including tire installation. Book your appointment today.
Where is the best place to go for oil changes?
You might feel inclined to bring your car to the auto repair shop that is closest to you, or to the shop that offers the lowest prices. Although an oil change is a simple and basic vehicle maintenance service, it’s important to choose the right auto repair shop. In many cases, cheaper oil changes may mean that you are paying for a lower-quality oil product, or the shop may not take the time to do a vehicle health check.
Bring your vehicle to an auto repair shop you can trust. Contact Driver’s Edge today to learn more about our oil change services and for an initial estimate.