A car is empowering, allowing you to accomplish a lot in a day, but it works hard, too – and will eventually need maintenance and repairs, like Toyota tire replacement. Our service department in Irving, TX, makes it convenient and cost-effective to get the automotive care you need. Learn more about when you should consider tire replacement and how we can help on this page.
Maintaining your tires is the best way to get them to last for as long as possible. At our service center, we provide Toyota tire rotation to encourage more even wear patterns that may help your tires to reach 75,000 miles.
When you get a tire rotation, the tires on your vehicle are moved to another location. For example, the front-left tire may become the back-right tire and vice versa since not all tire positions experience the same stress. As a result, all four can last longer. Without proper Toyota tire rotation, it can be harder to control your vehicle and you may be more prone to blowouts. Therefore, request this service with your oil change or Toyota engine air filter replacement.
Even with proper maintenance and timely rotations, you may run into an issue and need your tire fixed. Potholes, obstructions in the road, and other causes can cause small punctures that make tire repair the best option. Luckily, we are here for you.
When you come in for Toyota tire repair in Irving, TX, the tire gets taken off the vehicle, and a sealant fills the hole to prevent leaking or further damage. In some cases, tire replacement may be the safest option. Driving on a flat or damaged tire is dangerous and can lead to worse problems. Whatever solution is necessary, our team will be transparent with you about our observations.
Tires that have treads close to 2/32” in depth need to be replaced. Treads that are shallow can’t grip the road very well, which can cost you precious traction on the road. To make sure you have full stopping power when necessary, measure your tread depth often. If you don’t have a tape measure, insert a penny with the top of Lincoln’s head fitted into the groove between two ribs. If you can still see his face, arrange for tire replacement.
When you need a Toyota tire replacement or another Toyota tire service, turn to our service department near Fort Worth. We know Toyota vehicles like the backs of our hands; we also know how busy your schedule is and work hard to find the balance between efficiency and thoroughness.
That being said, it’s often useful to double up on any needed automotive services to save you time and ensure your car is in great condition. We can also perform an oil change, brake replacement, Toyota battery replacement, and more.
Toyota cars can drive smoothly with tires from a range of popular brands, including Michelin, BFGoodrich, Bridgestone, Dunlop, Goodyear, and Yokohama. For information about tire size and other replacement information, owners can look at their cars’ manuals or the sticker inside their vehicles’ doorjamb. Our team is also happy to answer any questions you have about automotive care or help you find a spare tire.
The original tires that come on your car when you purchase a Toyota vehicle are covered under warranty by the tire manufacturer, not Toyota. You can find the warranty information for your tires in the glovebox of your vehicle. Make sure you are familiar with the tire information for your vehicle, so you can get the most out of any warranties on products or services.
With proper maintenance and good driving habits, new tires can last up to 75,000 miles or five to six years, depending on how you drive. To maximize how much work they can do for you, keep up with tire rotations and tire balancing appointments. Check your tires’ psi regularly and adjust the air pressure as needed to keep it within the recommended range.