Tire Services at Driver’s Edge in Arlington, TX
Whether you need a tire repair or new tires, Driver’s Edge tire shop in Arlington can assist you. Driver’s Edge will get you quickly back on the road. Our ASE-certified mechanics deliver expert tire services for your domestic or foreign car or truck.
The effects of normal use on tires eventually cause them to wear out. But extending the life of your tires is possible with regular maintenance, which includes tire rotation, proper tire alignment, and proper inflation. Not only will your tires last longer, they will also wear more evenly, and your fuel efficiency will be higher. Plus, you and your family will be safer on the road, which is the most important thing.
If you’re looking for tire shops in Arlington, TX, make Driver’s Edge your first stop.
Our Tire Services
Routine tire maintenance includes:
- 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
There are several factors that can affect the life and condition of your tires including sudden stops, fast starts, changes in temperature, and road conditions. Routine maintenance can help catch problems early and prevent more expensive repairs or tire replacement in the future.
We recommend a tire maintenance schedule of every 5,000 miles. Your Driver’s Edge technician can help set a schedule that aligns with other routine maintenance on your vehicle. The warranty on your tires can also provide guidance on how often the service might be suggested. You can easily book an appointment for tire maintenance online.
Rely on Service Pros for Tire Repairs and Replacement
Choosing new tires can be confusing and time-consuming. If you’re unsure which type and size of tire is right for your vehicle, our ASE-certified technicians can help. We’ll also let you know about any available tire discounts that apply to your choices, and you can check our coupons page for today’s discounts and special offers..
If you have a flat tire, we’ll inspect it and let you know if it can be safely repaired or if you need a new tire. Repairing a tire is usually possible if the puncture is ¼ inch or less in diameter and it’s in the tire tread or, if there are several punctures, they should be at least 16 inches apart.
Punctures in the sidewall or shoulder of the tire or multiple punctures close together almost certainly require a new tire. Large cuts or separation of the tread also means it’s too dangerous to fix. Ask your tire specialist for advice on picking out a new tire.