The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair
Dodge Vehicles We Service
Dodge which is formerly known as Chrysler Group LLC, is an all American automotive company that produces a wide variety of Dodge all over the world. Their headquarters remain right here in the heart of Auburn Hills, Michigan. Dodge is well-known for producing a wide selection of automobiles that includes small sized sedans, minivans, pick-up trucks, and sports cars as well. Since the early 1900s, when Dodge was founded, the company has continuously made a huge name for themselves by producing attractive, safe and affordable models for all people.
Safety is also one of our top priorities here at The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair
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work with each and every one of our customers to make sure that they are selecting the best option with regards to tire size and manufacturer. The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair
know the importance of choosing the right set of tires as you intend on them lasting as long as possible. Unlike other shops, The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair
will not sell you just any set of tires to make a sale. The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair
consider all aspects of the Dodge and the driver as well. The type of tire that The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair will recommend has a lot to do with the make of your Dodge as well as the model. The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair also want to know what type of environment you live in so that the tires you select match the weather conditions that you may face.
The type of tire material that you select today, will most definitely have an effect on your overall driving experience for the next few years ahead. Many of our customers question whether or not the brand of the tire actually matters. The answer is yes. It is not about being stuck on a particular brand name, it has more to do with the overall life span and quality of the tire.
The type of rubber that is used as well as the tread patterns that are on the tire should be considered. This all comes into play when you are faced with different weather conditions such as sleek, slippery roads as well as harsh winter snow. Even if you live in an all sunshine state, good tires are just as important. Nobody wants to receive anything less than the expected life of the tires with very few or no problems at all during the course of those four years. A good tire shop knows the importance of helping their customers select the best tire possible, making this process as simple as possible.
The Tire Shoppe Dodge Mechanic Repair Shop Service
- Dodge State-of-the-art diagnostic equipment
- Dodge Expert brake service
- Dodge Tune-ups
- Dodge Oil changes
- Dodge Electrical repairs
- Dodge Front-end work
- Dodge Axles
- Dodge Tire rotation and balancing
- Dodge Strut and shock installation
- Dodge Mufflers and exhaust systems
- Dodge Radiators
- Dodge Air conditioning repairs
- Dodge Clutches and steering
- Dodge Fuel injection
- Dodge Custom rims and tires
- Dodge New and used tires
- Dodge alignments
- Dodge Rim welding
- Dodge Collision repair (we waive deductibles)
- Dodge Dual exhaust
- Dodge CV axles
- Dodge Converters
- Dodge Custom pipe bending
- Dodge Cooling systems/flush
- Dodge Starters and alternators
- Dodge U-joints
Why are good tires essential for Dodge control?
Without question, your tires are one of the most essential components on your Dodge. Regardless of the year of type of Dodge that you drive, good tires, brakes, rotors are all things that should never be dismissed. Oftentimes, drivers do not pay any attention to their tires until they realize that they are incredibly bald or experience poor traction. Prior to this happening, there are things that you can do to get the longest possible life out of your tires. For example, tire rotations should be performed on your Dodge as well as tire pressure should be monitored on a regular basis. Luckily, for newer Dodge owners, your Dodge will usually give you a warning if your pressure is over or under the appropriate limit.
Can I replace just one tire at a time?
If all four tires have gone bad, The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair
does not recommend replacing just one or two tires. Not only would your safety be compromised, but you are at high risk for your Dodge not handling appropriately. This could lead to an accident, blow-out or further issues inside your Dodge as the overall weight consistency of the Dodge would be off. That is why The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair
offer some of the most competitive pricing within the tire world, so that you do not have to worry about not being able to afford the amount of tires that you truly need.
How do I know I need a replacement?
Typically, tires are considered worn when there is less than approximately 2/32-inch of tread remaining altogether. You use a tire gauge to assess this or if they are extremely worn, you will be able to visually see that. The overall handling of your Dodge may be another indicator as you will not have as smooth of a ride nor the traction that you once had.
Will the tires all wear exactly the same?
No, often times, your front tires will wear faster than the rear tires. Although, if you have your tires rotated every 5,000-8,000 miles or so, the tires will tend to have a more even and consistent tread overall. That is why we place a lot of emphasis on coming in for regular tire rotations.
Will I begin to lose control of my Dodge if I do not have safe tires?
Unfortunately yes. When your tires are completely worn, you do not have the traction that you need in order to stay safe and avoid possible dangers. Hydroplaning is also another risk of worn tires that The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair
hope to have you avoid altogether.
Is a spare tire a must?
The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair highly recommend having a spare tire with you at all times. Often times, getting a flat tire is not something that The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair
can foresee happening in our daily routine. Although you may not know how to change it out, it makes this process a lot quicker even if you have to call roadside assistance or a family member for help.
How fast can you drive on the spare tire?
Typically, the spare will be slightly smaller with reduced overall dimensions of the Dodge. Although you may be able to safety reach approximately 70-80 mph, The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair
recommend that you get the spare changed out as quickly as you can depending on the dimensions of the Dodge. Today, spare tires do not come with the Dodge any longer; that is why The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair
suggest picking one up from one of our locations so that you are at less risk in case of a flat or blowout.
What is TPMS?
This stands for Tire Pressure Monitoring System, which is an electronic system built inside of your Dodge that notifies you of a potential tire problem. For example, your tire pressure may fall lower than a recommended level which could lead to further problems if it goes ignored.
What is the proper tire pressure for my Dodge?
This will vary due to the pressure requirements of your particular Dodge. There is no set standard for tire pressure in general. That is why The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair
recommend you finding out what the correct tire pressure is for your make and model so that you can keep an eye on it.
Will I be able to visibly see if my tire is low?
Unless your tire is almost flat, it is incredibly difficult to assess this by sight alone. Typically, your tire would have to be less than 50% deflated for this to be apparent just by a quick glance. This is another reason The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair highly recommend you stopping by for a quick tire pressure check, or keeping a tire pressure gauge with you in your Dodge. If you are unsure how to utilize the gauge, The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair have no problem showing you how to check it in your own.
How do I prevent my tires from wearing quickly?
Although there are numerous factors that contribute to premature tire wear. A few of the main reasons they wear quicker than you'd like is the overall quality of the tire, improper tire pressure, your style of driving as well as the conditions that you typically drive in. When The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair take a look at your tires, The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair may be able to determine what the underlying cause could have been.
The Tire Shoppe Dodge Vehicles We Service
- Dodge Durango Tires & Mechanic Service
- Dodge Challenger Tires & Mechanic Service
- Dodge Charger Tires & Mechanic Service
- Dodge Dakota Tires & Mechanic Service
- Dodge Viper Tires & Mechanic Service
- Dodge Caravan Tires & Mechanic Service
- Dodge Ram Tires & Mechanic Service
- Dodge Journey Tires & Mechanic Service
- Dodge Avenger Tires & Mechanic Service
- Dodge Caliber Tires & Mechanic Service
- Dodge Dart Tires & Mechanic Service
- Dodge Intrepid Tires & Mechanic Service
- Dodge Magnum Tires & Mechanic Service
- Dodge Neon Tires & Mechanic Service
- Dodge Stratus Tires & Mechanic Service
- Dodge Nitro Tires & Mechanic Service
- Dodge Sprinter Tires & Mechanic Service
Dodge Mechanic Repair Shop
We specialize in all Dodge auto mechanic repair shop. If you are looking to bring your Dodge vehicle to a company you would like to trust and have a peace of mind, then visit The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair.
The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair carries all of the state of the art equipment for all of your Dodge mechanic repair needs. The technicians are trained in all aspects of auto mechanic repair. We understand that it is very difficult to locate a trust worthy mechanic repair shop to trust and that wont break the bank. This is why a lot of Michigan residents put there trust with The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair. You are not only receiving great quality mechanic repair but you also receiving great deals when you walk in the door.
The technicians go through rigorous mechanic repair training to meet the qualifications and standards of all new Dodge models that come into the market. With our state of the art equipment we are always ready for what Dodge brings out next so that our Michigan residents Mechanic repair issues are always addressed when they come in through that door. Give The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair a call today to schedule any mechanic repair problem you might haver today.
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