Tires and Alignments
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BUY A SET OF TIRES AND RECEIVE FREE BALANCING AND ROTATIONS FOR LIFE! Fast Lane Automotive has got your tire needs covered. Whether it is rotating, balancing or repairing tires – we do it! Need new tires? We offer plenty of instantly recognizable brand names like: Bridgestone, Firestone, Toyo, Cooper, Goodyear, Michelin & so many more.
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BUY A SET OF TIRES AND RECEIVE FREE BALANCING AND ROTATIONS FOR LIFE!
Your tires are the only thing connecting your vehicle to the road, so you have to make sure they are in top condition at all times. Just because your tires may look good on the surface does not always mean they are safe. In fact: there is actually a law requiring tires to carry a certain amount of tread. To be sure you meet the legal requirement, stop by Fast Lane Automotive to have us check your tires.
Keep an eye out for these common signs that you may need new tires or service. If your vehicle exhibits any of these symptoms, bring it in for us to look at:
- When driving, your car pulls to one side or the other.
- You notice rhythmic vibrations.
- Your tires are wearing unevenly.
- Your tires won’t maintain proper air pressure.
- Shakes at highway speed.
- Low speed wobble in wheel.
Understanding Tire Size And Specifications
Tires are easily one of the most important components to our safety while driving. We rely on them for turning, braking, accelerating, road gripping during wet or dry conditions and overall responsiveness as the link between our vehicle’s suspension and the road. However, many drivers often overlook the importance of their tires and/or don’t fully understand the various tire specifications and options.
It is important to understand what size, load capacity, speed rating and tire type is best for your vehicle. Choosing an improper tire can result in minor consequences, such as inaccurate speedometer readings; but it can also result in more major problems, such as steering, braking, and/or handling issues.
Many consumers begin their tire purchase by looking to the “code” on the sidewall of each tire to determine the size needed. The manufacturer-recommended tire specification code can also be found in the owner’s manual for your vehicle or on the vehicle’s placard. (The placard is most commonly located on the side of the driver’s door, the glove box door, or the fuel door.) When doing this, you may see a series of numbers and some letters such as this example below:
It is important that drivers understand what their “tire code” actually means and why it’s very critical to choose the appropriate tire to fit the vehicle.
At Fast Lane Automotive, we are happy to assist you in making the best decision when purchasing new tires. Ask one of our tire experts to discuss all the options available for your vehicle and which one is best for your driving needs.