The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair Fiat About Us
Fiat is known for being one of the largest automobile manufacturers in Italy. Although these automobiles are incredibly popular in Europe, Fiat automobiles are also highly favored Fiat here in the United States. Due to the smaller and compact sizes of Fiat automobiles, many people take advantage of a wide variety of their fuel efficient models. Fiat has also remained at the top of the charts due to their incredibly high safety ratings on many of their Fiat. Throughout the years, Fiat has continuously produced and delivered a wide variety of both sporty and eco-friendly Fiat worldwide.
At The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair, we work just as hard to make sure that your safety remains a number one priority. That is why we strive to supply you with only the best tire manufacturers possible. The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair takes believe that the quality of tires that you select always matters regardless of what type of Fiat you drive. The quality of tire you select will certainly impact your overall safety and driving experience at all times. Many customers ask us whether or not the brand of tires that they select matters. The answer is absolutely yes. The reason we feel strongly that it matters is not simply because of the brand name, but because of the quality behind it.
A good tire shop who knows what quality looks like will always advise you to make an appropriate choice. That is why The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair takes our time with each and every one of our customers to select the right tires for you. Whether you need one tire or a set of 4 new ones, we will help you make the right choice. The Tire Shoppe make it our business to share our knowledge with you so that you feel comfortable making this decision. The Tire Shoppe understand how vulnerable you may feel making this choice on your own. That is why The Tire Shoppe is here at all times to explain tire safety and quality.
Many of our customers ask us what we look for when choosing the appropriate set of tires for you. Firstly, The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair takes will assess what type of Fiat you have, the size, make and model. This information is pertinent while selecting the right tire for you as the size of tire you need is one of the first steps. The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair takes will also ask what state you live in and what kind of driving you typically do. Distance and weather are also two very important factors to consider as certain tires may be more susceptible to wearing quicker than others.
For example, if you live in the state of Michigan you are already aware of the harsh weather changes that we typically endure. All-season tires are definitely a good option as these type of tires are built to take on all types of weather. Rainy and sleek road conditions beginning in Fall and Winter are seasons that most definitely call for good tires. Good traction is what keeps you safe on the road and helps to avoid spin outs.
Why are good tires essential for Fiat stability?
The traction that lies between the road and your tires is what allows the driver to control the Fiat such as quickly stopping, accelerating and steering the Fiat. Good tires mean everything when it comes to your Fiat control and overall stability.
Should my tires with the most tread go on the front or back of the Fiat?
Tires with the most tread should go on the back of your Fiat. This allows you to maintain better overall stability on your Fiat. If you have tires two tires that have more tread on them, rearranging them on your Fiat is not a bad idea. If you are unsure, stop by and we will take a look at your tires and assess whether or not they can be rearranged or if you need a brand new tire.
What is the appropriate inflation for my tires?
We always recommend using the tire pressure that your automobile manufacturer recommends. You can often times find this information written on the inside of the driver’s side door. It is important to be aware of this information as it is specific to your exact make and model.
Will I be able to see when my tire pressure is running low?
Typically, it is very difficult to see a deflated tire by eye sight alone. It is known that a tire can be under fifty-percent deflated before it is visible to the eye.
Why did my tires wear out so quickly?
There are numerous reasons as to why a set of tires may wear out quicker than expected. Some of the main reasons tires do not last the expected amount can be from: driving and road conditions, incorrect inflation, misaligned wheels as well as other worn out parts surrounding the area of the tire. All of these factors contribute to your tires wearing faster than you’d like.
What if I only need two new tires?
If you are purchasing only two new tires, the new set should always go on the back of your Fiat. This helps the balance ratio throughout your Fiat. A new set of tires placed on the rear help to maintain better stability and control while driving in wet conditions. This provides overall better resistance with regards to hydroplaning.
What should I be looking for when selecting new tires?
The Tire Shoppe will always recommend that you research tire manufacturers than excel in both braking, traction, and overall handling. Ask about tread wear and how that may impact the overall comfort of your ride in addition to your safety.
What should I do with my old set of tires?
Most any tire shop will take care of disposing your old tires. Tires are recycled and utilized for numerous reasons such as being melted into asphalt.
Winter Tires vs. All Season, what is the difference?
Winter tires are used to stay soft and regulated at very low temperatures. This helps to maintain the same tire grip and traction during harsh winter conditions and icy surfaces. Whereas All Season Tires are designed to provide excellent traction in all types of weather conditions and temperatures. The sidewalls of the tires allow you to stay grounded on the road and provides incredible gripping when making turns on very slippery wet roads.
How do you know what exact tire will fit my car?
The original tires that your Fiat came with are shown in search results for your make and model. Based upon our findings, we can select either the same original manufacturers tire or make recommendations as to what tires are of equal value and reliability.
I do not know which tires to choose and I am worried about my safety.
At The Tire Shoppe, we value you and make your safety our number one priority. The Tire Shoppe will take the time to explain to you which tires are best for your Fiat regardless of the year, make or model. The Tire Shoppe is tire experts that are here to help at all times. We will go over all of your questions and concerns regarding your needs and you will leave here confident that you made the right choice. Unlike other shops, we will not put any old tires on your Fiat. The Tire Shoppe utilize only the best materials so that your safety is never compromised.
THE TIRE SHOPPE & AUTO MECHANIC REPAIR FIAT
- Fiat State-of-the-art diagnostic equipment
- Fiat Expert brake service
- Fiat Tune-ups
- Fiat Oil changes
- Fiat Electrical repairs
- Fiat Front-end work
- Fiat Axles
- Fiat Tire rotation and balancing
- Fiat Strut and shock installation
- Fiat Mufflers and exhaust systems
- Fiat Radiators
- Fiat Air conditioning repairs
- Fiat Clutches and steering
- Fiat Fuel injection
- Fiat Custom rims and tires
- Fiat New and used tires
- Fiat alignments
- Fiat Rim welding
- Fiat Collision repair (we waive deductibles)
- Fiat Dual exhaust
- Fiat CV axles
- Fiat Converters
- Fiat Custom pipe bending
- Fiat Cooling systems/flush
- Fiat Starters and alternators
- Fiat U-joints
The Tire Shop & Auto Mechanic Repair Fiat Vehicles We Repair
- 2001 Fiat Doblo
- 2001 Fiat Stilo
- 2002 Fiat Albea
- 2002 Fiat Ulysse (second generation)
- 2003 Fiat Idea
- 2003 Fiat Panda (second generation)
- 2003 Fiat Punto (mark 2 revision B)
- 2004 Fiat Panda 4x4 (second generation)
- 2005 Fiat Panda Alessi
- 2005 Fiat Panda Cross
- 2005 Fiat Croma
- 2005 Fiat Sedici
- 2005 Fiat Grande Punto
- 2006 Fiat Panda 100HP
- 2007 Fiat Linea
- 2007 Fiat Bravo
- 2007 Fiat 500 (2007)
- 2007 Fiat 500 (2007) Abarth
- 2008 Fiat 500 (2007) Abarth Assetto Corse
- 2008 Fiat Fiorino Qubo (people carrier)
- 2009 Fiat 500 (2007) Abarth 695 "Tributo Ferrari"
- 2009 Fiat 500C (cabrio)
- 2009 Fiat Punto Evo
- 2011 Fiat Panda (third generation)
- 2009 Fiat 500 (2007) Abarth 695 Competizione
- 2011 Fiat Freemont
- 2011 Fiat Panda 4x4 (third generation)
- 2011 Fiat 500 (2007) Gucci
- 2012 Fiat Panda 4x4 Steyr
- 2012 Fiat 500 (2007) Abarth 695 "Tributo Maserati"
- 2012 Fiat 500L
- 2013 Fiat Panda 4x4 Antarctica
- 2014 Fiat Panda Cross
- 2014 Fiat 500X
The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair Fiat Michigan
The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair works on all Fiat years, makes and models. If you are in need of auto mechanic repair for your Fiat, bring it by The Tire Shoppe, the technicians at The Tire Shoppe are highly trained to diagnose your Fiat when it is isn't running the way it should be. The Tire Shoppe specializes in brakes, suspensions, heating & cooling, and everything your Fiat might need. It is very important to us that your Fiat is riding safe and they way it should be at all times. It is very difficult to locate a mechanic shop that will fix your Fiat correctly. Visit The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair today and see why everyone chooses to bring there Fiat to us. If you have any questions regarding your Fiat give us a call today.
Providing Tire Replacement & Auto Mechanic Repair for: Algonac, Allen Park, Almont, Ann Arbor, Armada, Auburn Hills, Barton Hills, Belleville, Berkley, Beverly Hills, Bingham Farms, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Bridgewater, Brighton, Brownstown, Canton, Capac, Center Line, Chelsea, Clarkston, Clawson, Clinton Twp, Commerce Township, Davisburg, Dearborn, Detroit, Dexter, Dryden, Eastpointe, Ecorse, Farmington Hills, Ferndale, Flat Rock, Franklin, Fraser, Garden City, Gibraltar, Grosse Ile, Grosse Pointe, Grosse Pointe Farm, Grosse Pointe Park, Grosse Pointe Shores, Grosse Pointe Woods, Hamtramck, Harper Woods, Harrison Twp, Hartland, Hazel Park, Highland, Highland Park, Holly, Howell, Huntington Woods, Imlay City, Inkster, Keego Harbor, Lake Orion, Lathrup Village, Leonard, Lincoln Park, Livonia, Macomb, Madison Heights, Manchester, Marine City, Marysville, Melvindale, Memphis, Milan, Milford, Mt. Clemens, New Baltimore, New Boston, New Haven, New Hudson, Northville, Novi, Oak Park, Orchard Lake, Ortonville, Oxford, Pleasant Ridge, Plymouth, Pontiac, Port Huron, Ray, Redford, River Rouge, Riverview, Rochester, Rochester Hills, Rockwood, Romeo, Romulus, Roseville, Royal Oak, Saint Clair, Salem, Saline, South Lyon, Southfield, St. Clair Shores, Sterling Heights, Sylvan Lake, Taylor, Trenton, Troy, Union Lake, Utica, Walled Lake, Warren, Washington, Waterford, Wayne, West Bloomfield, White Lake, Whitmore Lake, Wixom, Wolverine Lake, Woodhaven, Wyandotte, Ypsilanti