Tire Service & Repairs at Driver’s Edge, the Top Tire Shop in Lewisville, TX

Drive in today to Driver’s Edge Complete Tire & Auto Serviceyour one-stop tire shop in Lewisville, TX. 

Upon arrival, you will be greeted by our courteous, professional service personnel that are committed to quality and honesty. The ASE-certified technicians are ready to assist you with everything from simple tire repairs to helping you pick out a set of new tires suitable for your car or truck. 

So, the next time you find yourself searching for the best tire shop near you, reach out to us and get ready to experience the Driver’s Edge difference! 

Schedule an appointment at our Lewisville location today.

Keep Your Tires in Good Condition with Regular Tire Inspections

It’s important for your tires to be in top condition every time you drive. Set up a regular schedule of tire inspections and let us take some of the pressure off you, so you can focus on keeping yourself and your family safe on the road. 

Tire experts recommend having the tires on your car rotated every 5,000 miles. Check your owner’s manual for more information specific to your vehicle. Still unsure? You can also ask our Driver’s Edge service professionals for their advice.

In addition, there are other factors that can affect the life of your tires, such as making sudden stops, the distance driven, and the condition of the roads in your area. As you prepare to select your new tires, be sure to discuss these with your dedicated tire specialists.

During a routine inspection our tire specialists:

  • Check tire tread for wear
  • Rotate tires
  • Repair flat tires
  • Balance tires 
  • Check tire pressure
  • Align the wheels
  • Inspect wheel bearings
  • Check the Tire Pressure Monitor System (TPMS) service

The technicians working on your car will alert you to any tire repairs needed and we’ll take care of them, before they turn into dangerous or expensive repairs further down the road. 

Speaking of expensive, Driver’s Edge offers many coupons and specials on tires and other convenient services. If you love a great deal, check out our coupon page here!

Select New Tires With Confidence at Driver’s Edge

Choose the right set of new tires with assurance at Driver’s Edge. Start out with the tire selector on our Driver’s Edge website and then allow our experts to help you make the best decision for your vehicle and specific driving needs. 

To help you make a more informed decision, we’ve included three tips to help you match the right tires with your vehicle: 

  1. Find the information you need about your current tires on the outside wall of your tires or inside the driver’s door. It includes the width, profile, and wheel size of your tires. An example of this is the number sequence: 205/55 R 16 H.
  2.  Use that information with the tire selector and with our Driver’s Edge service pro.
  3. Then choose your new tires with confidence!

Take Advantage of Every Driver’s Edge Deal!

Join the Driver’s Edge email club and get first notice of the deals and specials available to our customers. You can also learn more about our free alignment and flat repairs for the new tires you plan purchase at Driver’s Edge. You can also find great savings on other services such as brakes, oil changes, and AC repair. 

To get the most value from your Driver’s Edge shop, we recommend you visit this page often to stay connected with the hottest auto deals in Lewisville.

While you’re at it, be sure to check out our FREE pick-up and drop-off service, too!

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Lewisville Tire Shop FAQs

My Tire Is Flat. Can I Fix It Myself?

Maybe. It depends on the cause, where the damage is on the tire, and how large an area it covers. The main thing with a DIY kit is that it attempts to fill in the damage by creating an airtight seal on the inner liner of the tire.

If the seal is not airtight, you won’t know until it’s too late, though. So why take a chance? The safety of you and your passengers is more important, so let the tire shop at Driver’s Edge take care of all your tire repairs for you.

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Do I Have To Buy Four New Tires At A Time?

It is always ideal to buy four new tires at the same time for a vehicle. And, when those four new tires are of the same size, brand, and tread pattern, the car will handle better, and the ride will be quieter.

The next option is to buy two new tires and ask our Driver’s Edge tire specialists where they should be fitted onto your car. Don’t forget the great tire specials, coupons, and manufacturer’s rebates available at Driver’s Edge, either! We offer quality plus value.

When Should I Check The Tire Pressure?

One of the biggest dangers to a tire is low pressure. It wears the tire out too soon and makes for an unstable ride. Take the time every month to check the pressure in all your tires, including the spare. Always check before any long road trips, too. But be sure to let the tires cool down before checking the pressure.

Buy a good tire gauge and keep it in the car. Our Lewisville tire shop service staff will be glad to show you how to use it if you need help. The recommended tire pressure for your car is found on a sticker inside the driver’s door or in the owner’s manual.

Which Tires Are Right For My Car?

The answer to this question is in your owner’s manual, so check there first. Then, think about how you use your vehicle and what your budget is. Driver’s Edge has a handy Tire Selector feature that will help you narrow the choices down from there; and, don’t hesitate to discuss it with our tire experts. They will help you choose the best tire for you!

How Can I Get The Most Value From My Tires?

Here are a few simple actions you can take to maximize your investment in new tires:

  • Rotate your tires: Each tire wears differently and in order to alleviate that, tire rotation is necessary on a regular basis.
  • Check your tire pressure: Make this a monthly habit. Underinflated tires add wear and tear to tire treads and reduce handling and overall driving comfort.
  • Keep the wheels aligned: Misaligned wheels can cause uneven tire wear, vibrations, and can even cause your vehicle to pull to one side.