Driver’s Edge is the Premier Tire Shop in Irving, TX
Driver’s Edge Complete Tire & Auto Service offers superior customer care, plus the best tire prices in the area.
If you’re in search of a tire shop, you are probably looking for honesty, reliability, and efficiency. Driver’s Edge auto repair shop in Irving can provide all of that to you and more–no matter what tire service you may need. Whether you have a flat tire, a tire rotation, tire repairs, or a new set of tires, we’re here for you. Our ASE-Certified technicians will use the latest technology to take care of all of your tire service and repair needs, at the best prices around.
Our specialty is tire maintenance
Save time and money—and your tires—by partnering with Driver’s Edge and keep your tires in good condition with regular tire inspections. The ASE-certified tire specialists responsible will:
- Check the tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS)
- Rotate the tires
- Balance the wheels
- Repair or replace the tires
- Inspect the wheel bearings
- Check tread for unusual wear
We will inform you of any problems with your tires that we detect, which can save you and your family’s lives. Don’t wait until disaster strikes. Bring your car or truck in for regular tire checks every 5,000 miles. Your driving habits as well as the road conditions in your area can affect how your tires wear, so ask our technicians what schedule they recommend for your vehicles.
Tire replacement is made easy at Driver’s Edge
When selecting new tires, it’s important to consider the following:
- How many miles do I hope to drive with these tires?
- Should I buy the same brand and size I have now?
- Do I want to get tires for different purposes?
- Do I live in a new climate or drive more (or less) than I used to?
- How can I tell what type of tires my car really needs?
- What is my price range?
If you need help, ask your Driver’s Edge tire specialists for assistance. Driver’s Edge has a large selection of tires available and we offer them at the best prices in the Irving area.
For additional savings, don’t forget to check out our coupon and specials page, as well! Look for our tire specials, as well as deals on other car repairs!
Fix or replace?
You have a flat tire and the tread still looks good. But the safety of your family is more important. Do you replace it or get it fixed? You have the option to have the tire repaired safely if:
- The puncture is less than ¼ inch in diameter
- The puncture is in the tire tread
- There are multiple punctures 16 inches apart or less
A tire must be replaced if:
- The tread has separated
- The sidewall of the tire is damaged or punctured
- There are several punctures over an area wider than 16 inches
Don’t take a chance. If you aren’t sure, replace it immediately. You can also ask one of our tire specialists to help you make a decision. Safety comes first.
Savings, service, and quality—Driver’s Edge Complete Tire & Auto Service is the headquarters for all your tire needs.
Irving Tire Shop FAQs
Is Driver’s Edge Competitively Priced?
How Often Should My Car’s Tires Be Rotated?
Rotating the tires on your vehicle regularly is one of the simplest ways to maximize the life of your tires. Tires wear differently in each wheel assembly and if they’re never rotated, the tires will have certain spots where the wear simply gets excessive. When the tires are rotated, they wear evenly and will provide a smoother, safer ride.
Visually check your tires every other time you get gas. Look for worn spots or excessive tread wear. If you notice your car pulling to one side or experience poor handling, make an appointment at Driver’s Edge in Irving to have the tires inspected. Otherwise, the tires should be rotated every 5,000–6,000 miles.
What Can I Do To Get The Most Value From My Tires?
Preventative maintenance is key:
- Tire Pressure: Tires that are not inflated properly wear faster, which reduces handling and makes for a less comfortable ride. Take the time to get a tire gauge, learn how to use it, and check your tire pressure at least once a month. This will give you the best fuel economy, tire life, and driving performance.
- Tire Rotation: Tires don’t turn exactly the same way in each wheel well. Front and rear tires experience different stresses as the car brakes and turns, resulting in worn areas that will worsen unless the tires are moved to another wheel assembly. Without being rotated, all of your tires will wear out more quickly.
- Tire Alignment: Tires that aren’t aligned on the wheels properly can cause your car to pull to one side as you drive. It can also cause the car to vibrate, which leads to instability in the handling of the car. All of this means your tires won’t last as long, lessening the value you receive for your money.
This type of preventative maintenance is routinely done at our tire stores. Set an appointment today!
Can I Fix My Own Flat Tire?