New and Used Tires

Deciding between buying brand new or opting for used tires?

When trying to decide between buying new or going for used ones, we recommend you consider a couple things. First, consider your driving habits, budget, and preferences.

If you prioritize performance, longevity, and warranty, brand new tires are a great choice. For budget-conscious drivers seeking reliable options, our carefully inspected used tires offer a cost-effective solution without compromising on safety or quality. Trust our experts to guide you to the best choice for your unique needs.

person changing a tire

How often should I change out my tires?

The frequency depends on various factors like driving conditions, mileage, and tire type. As a general rule, experts recommend replacing tires every 6 years, regardless of tread depth. For regular drivers, consider replacing them every 40,000 to 60,000 miles or sooner if you notice signs of wear.

If you are unsure on the thread depth, use the penny test! Insert a penny into your tire's tread with Lincoln's head facing downward. If you can see the top of Lincoln's head, your tread is worn, and it's time for new tires. It's a simple DIY check to ensure your safety on the road. For extra precaution, we recommend you bring your vehicle in and our team can help assess your specific driving patterns and recommend the ideal replacement schedule to keep you safely on the road.

What are signs I may need my tires replaced?

There can often be various signs that indicate it may be time to replace your vehicle's tires. We've created the following checklist consisting of some of the most common signs that a tire replacement is due:

Tread depth: Check using the penny test

Visible Wear Bars: Wear bars are flush

Uneven Tread Wear

Cracks or Bulges

Vibrations or Shaking & Increased Road Noise

Loss of Tire Pressure