Tire services are without a doubt the most important safety service for your vehicle. And to be sure that you remain safe on the road, Westbury Toyota has a state-of-the-art facility, and our technicians are highly trained to make certain that every detail of the service is handled proficiently. It gives our team of experts great pride to provide the tires services that are needed to safeguard your Toyota and ensure that ownership is as enjoyable as possible.
What’s the first place that you think of when searching for tires for sale in Westbury? For most car owners, it’s a local discount tire center, which may not offer the expertise needed. At our Toyota tire center, we know how important tire sales are for the community, and our tire specialists understand the significance of the features and benefits. We have a wide range of selections that you can choose from and many of the brand names that you're probably familiar with. Our tire specialists are proficient in understanding why all tires are not the same and provide accurate information for the size, speed rating and load level required for replacement. Special order tires are also available.
If you want to have a comfortable ride and maintain good fuel mileage, then tire rotations are the surest way of accomplishing this. Tire rotation should occur based on the manufacturers' recommendations; however, on average, it should occur once every six months. The service can usually be completed in about an hour, which consists of moving the tires from one axle to the other.
On the other hand, tire balancing should occur as needed. Unfortunately, the road conditions in Westbury, NY aren't always favorable to tire balancing. It only takes one hard bump to disable tire balancing, and if it's not corrected, you may end up having tires that are causing vibration, shaking or uneven tire wear.
Because your safety is paramount, we may consider tire replacement as the only sufficient option. We recommend that tire inspections occur regularly as a preventative measure and to reduce the likelihood of being surprised that your tires are significantly worn. Tires that have a tread depth of 2/32 in inches or below are considered unsafe.
Do you know what to do if you have a flat? Should the tire be repaired or replaced? Both of those questions can be answered by our technicians who are specifically trained to know how to handle patch and repair services. In most cases, a patch and repair can be accomplished; however, there are factors that our technicians consider such as existing premature tire wear, sidewall damage, tread depth, the location of the puncture and if the tire has been previously patched and repaired.