Discover Superior Tire Service at Your Local Driver’s Edge Tire Shop
All tire stores aren’t created equal. Get the best service and products at Driver’s Edge & Affordable Auto.
Whether you need new tires or simple tire repairs, we can help you at Driver’s Edge. Our ASE-certified technicians are ready to diagnose and repair everything from brakes to air conditioning systems. We also take care of routine maintenance tasks, like oil changes and tire rotations. Our tire stores do it all and we pride ourselves on offering honest, professional service for all your vehicle's unique needs.
You CAN extend the life of your tires!
Tires wear out over time. But you have the ability to extend the lifespan of your tires with regular, routine maintenance. This includes having the tires rotated, aligned, and having them inflated properly. Your fuel efficiency will be better and most importantly, you can enjoy peace of mind and have confidence that your family will be safe on the road.
Our tire professionals at Driver’s Edge Complete Tire & Auto Service are ready to assist you on your mission to keep the tires you have for as long as possible.
Driver’s Edge routine tire maintenance checks include:
- Checking the tire pressure monitor system (TPMS) service
- Checking tire pressure
- Checking tire tread for wear
- Rotating tires
- Balancing tires
- Aligning the wheels
- Inspecting wheel bearings
A tire inspection is recommended every 5,000 miles. A Driver’s Edge technician can work with you to set a schedule that aligns with other routine maintenance needed on your vehicle. Your tires’ warranty will also offer guidance on the frequency of tire inspections. Don’t wait until you have a blow out on the road. Speak with the professional at Driver’s Edge today.
As an added value to our services, we also offer valuable coupons and specials for tires, tire repairs, and many other auto repair services in Little Elm, TX.
You can rely on Driver’s Edge for tire repairs and tire replacement.
Driver’s Edge locations offer a wide variety of tires for sale. The choices, however, can seem overwhelming and confusing. Don’t worry, our ASE-certified tire specialists can help you choose the best tires for your car or truck and your budget. You can also use our tire finder to help you find exactly what tires your vehicle needs.
Do you fix it or repair it?
A flat tire can ruin your day and it can be dangerous. Then, you’re left to make a difficult decision, should you have the tire repaired or replaced? It is possible to repair a tire if the puncture is ¼ inch or less in diameter and it’s in the tire tread. Or if there are several punctures that are at least 16 inches apart, we can repair the tire quickly and efficiently for you.
If there is a puncture in the sidewall, shoulder, or there are multiple punctures close together on the tire, it’s best to replace it. Also, if there are large cuts in the tire or the tread is separated, this is a sign that it is far too dangerous to fix. Don’t forget, your safety and the safety of your family is the most important consideration. If you find yourself in doubt, ask a Driver’s Edge tire specialist and we can help you out.
Little Elm Tire Repair FAQs
How important is tire pressure?
Can’t I fix a flat tire myself?
Maybe—the problem is whether you can determine the extent of the damage to the inner liner of a tire yourself. Our tire specialists will take the tire off the wheel in order to check the inner liner for an airtight seal. Plus, your Little Elm auto repair shop does tire repairs quickly and safely, so why not bring it to us?
What about repairing versus replacing a tire?
Some types of damage to a tire can be repaired without sacrificing safety. A tire may be able to be repaired if:
- The puncture is in the tread, not the sidewall or shoulder of the tire.
- There is a puncture of ¼ inch or less in diameter.
- There are not multiple punctures in a small area.
Otherwise, the tire should be replaced. To find out if your tire can be safely repaired, make an appointment at our Little Elm location, and make sure you check our coupons and specials before you come into our shop.
Is rotating the tires really necessary in addition to balancing them?
Do all tires on a vehicle have to match?
When is it time to buy new tires?
If you’re wondering if you need new tires, consider these questions:
- Do I see irregularly worn tread in any of the tires?
- Is the tire’s surface less than 2/32”? (Ask your tire technician about this.)
- Is the car vibrating or handling poorly on the road?
If yes to any of these questions, it’s probably time to look into buying new tires and making sure you stay safe on the road.