Ford Tire Shop & Auto Mechanic Repair

THE TIRE SHOPPE & AUTO MECHANIC REPAIR FERNDALE, MI FORD TIRES MI

The Ford Motor Company has been around for over one-hundred years; producing some of America’s greatest automobiles. Since 1903, The Ford Motor Company has produced and delivered their line of automobiles not only in the United States, but worldwide. To this day, Ford remains one of the top three auto manufacturers and is infamously known for being a part of the “Big Three” which includes Ford, General Motors and Chrysler. With their headquarters right here in the heart of Detroit, the Ford brand is proudly represented in the state of Michigan and has ranked as the second most favored automobile manufacturer for nearly sixty years straight.

At The Tire Shoppe, we are proud to work on Ford automobiles and provide you with the best service throughout Metro-Detroit. Whatever you automobile need may be, we are here to assist you and get you back on the road as safe as possible. At our company, your safety and happiness will always be a top priority. As a tire company that also performs all different types of mechanical work, we work our hardest to ensure that level of quality your are looking for is always matched.

We always take our time to assess what brand, size and type of tire is best suited to match your specific needs. Each vehicle requires a certain size tire and matching air pressure.

Not all tires are the same nor do they properly fit every vehicle out there. The size of the vehicle you have, the manufacturer, the year and style driving that you do are all areas that we look at before getting you into a new set of tires. These factors all contribute to your safety as well as the life of the tires.

Many people wonder why their tires did not last as long as promised. Although it could have been the quality, there are also many other reasons as to why your tires did not last you as long as you had hoped. The name brand of the tires is not something that we get too hung up on; it is the quality behind the name that is being represented. At The Tire Shoppe, we know quality when we see it. When you come into our shop, we will see that you leave here with the exact set of tires that you need to last you as long as possible. We truly understand that selecting new tires can be intimidating as there are so many to choose from; not to mention… expensive.

Michigan also has a lot to do with type of tires you need. We say this because the weather conditions that you live in will certainly effect your tires. If you live in Michigan, you already know how dangerous the roads can be during the harsh wintery months. Having a good set of tires on your vehicle is an absolute necessity, especially during these months. If you are looking for good tires that will assist you year round, a good set of All-Season tires will certainly do the job.

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The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair Ford Vehicles We Service

  • Ford Mustang
  • Ford Fiesta
  • Ford Pinto
  • Ford Focus
  • Ford Explorer
  • Ford GT40
  • Ford Taurus
  • Ford Fusion
  • Ford Ranger
  • Ford Torino
  • Ford Escape
  • Ford Fusion
  • Ford AerostarFord
  • Ford F-Series Super DutyFord
  • Ford Escape Hybrid
  • Ford Model TFord, Dodge
  • Ford EdgeFord
  • Ford Torino GTFord
  • Ford FlexFord
  • Ford F-SeriesFord
  • Ford WindstarFord
  • Ford LightningFord
  • Ford Mustang Mach 1
  • Ford Focus RSFord
  • Ford TransitFord
  • Ford FalconFord
  • Ford ExpeditionFord
  • Ford ExcursionFord
  • Ford FairlaneFord
  • Ford ThunderbirdFord
  • Ford KaFord
  • Ford MondeoFord
  • Ford Transit ConnectFord
  • Ford BroncoFord
  • Ford RancheroFord
  • Ford MustangFord
  • Ford SVT FocusFord
  • Ford Crown VictoriaFord
  • Ford E-SeriesFord
  • Ford Bronco IIFord
  • Ford Country SquireFord
  • Ford LTDFord
  • Ford Model AFord
  • Ford MustangFord
  • Ford Taurus XFord
  • Ford ScorpioFord
  • Ford C-MaxFord
  • Ford Galaxie 500Ford
  • Ford Tempo
  • Ford Cortina Perana Mk 2
  • Ford Granada Perana
  • Ford Sapphire Cosworth
  • Ford LTD Crown Victoria
  • Ford Freestar
  • Ford EXP
  • Ford Shelby Cobra Concept
  • Ford Model B
  • Ford Escort RS Cosworth
  • Ford S-Max
  • Ford Shelby Mustang Carroll
  • Ford Fairlane (Australia)
  • Ford BA Falcon
  • Ford XF Falcon
  • Boss 302 Mustang
  • Ford Model AA
  • Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor
  • Ford Puma
  • Ford Five Hundred
  • Ford Explorer Sport Trac
  • Ford Focus RS WRC
  • Ford LTD II
  • Ford Territory
  • Ford Maverick
  • Ford Freestyle
  • Ford Contour
  • Ford Sierra
  • Ford Prefect
  • Ford Probe
  • Ford Falcon (North America)
  • Ford AU Falcon
  • Ford Everest
  • Ford Zephyr
  • Ford Taurus SHO
  • Ford Telstar
  • Ford XY Falcon
  • 1957 FordFord
  • Ford FG Falcon
  • Ford Classic
  • Ford Orion
  • Ford Fairmont
  • Ford Vedette
  • Ford Falcon (Australian version)
  • Ford Model TT
  • Ford Thunderbird
  • Ford Boss 429F
  • Ford Model 91
  • Ford Torino Talladega
  • Ford Model A
  • Ford Escort
  • Ford SYNus
  • Ford Thames 307E
  • Ford Tourneo Connect
  • Ford F-650
  • Ford Forty-Nine
  • Ford Mustang
  • Ford Corcel
  • Ford Futura
  • Ford Parklane
  • Ford GPA
  • Ford Cortina
  • Ford Ranch Wagon
  • Ford Anglia
  • Ford Ikon
  • Ford EA Falcon
  • Ford XP Falcon
  • Ford Granada
  • 1941 Ford
  • Ford EB Falcon
  • Ford Thunderbolt
  • Ford Torino Cobra
  • Ford EL Falcon
  • Ford XT Falcon
  • 1952 Ford
  • Ford Fairlane GT
  • Ford Thunderbird
  • Ford XW Falcon
  • Ford Landau
  • Ford Ranger EV
  • Ford Mustang Cobra Jet
  • Ford Thunderbird
  • Ford Model Y
  • Ford Mustang Boss 351
  • Ford Thunderbird
  • Ford Thunderbird
  • Ford Capri
  • Ford RS200
  • Ford Fairmont GT
  • Ford Fiesta RS Turbo
  • Ford Capri Perana
  • Ford XA Falcon
  • Ford EcoSport
  • Ford Model 48
  • Ford XB Falcon
  • Ford Escort Mk1 Perana
  • Ford XC Falcon
  • Ford Escort Mk3 Perana
  • Ford Airstream
  • Ford XE Falcon
  • Ford Corsair
  • Ford Elite
  • Ford Galaxie
  • Ford Pilot
  • Ford Fairlane 500 Skyliner
  • Ford Cortina XR6 Interceptor
  • Ford 7W
  • Ford Fairmont
  • Ford Galaxy
  • Ford Sierra XR8
  • Ford BF Falcon
  • Ford Kuga
  • Ford XK Falcon
  • Ford Starliner
  • Ford Cougar
  • Ford Durango
  • Ford Landau
  • Ford XL Falcon
  • Ford LTD
  • Ford Model C Ten
  • Ford Galaxie 500XL
  • Ford XM Falcon
  • Ford GranadaFord
  • Ford Model FFord Model K
  • Ford Model C
  • Ford Falcon XR6 Turbo
  • Ford Versailles
  • Ford Crestline Skyliner
  • 1949 Ford
  • Ford Fairlane Crown Victoria Skyliner
  • Ford Köln
  • Ford Model N
  • Ford Sierra RS Cosworth
  • Ford Custom
  • 1955 Ford
  • Ford Custom 500
  • Ford Falcon Cobra
  • Ford Thames 300E
  • Ford C-SeriesFord CX
  • 1960 Ford
  • Ford Del Rey
  • Ford Del Rio
  • Ford Transcontinental
  • Ford Meteor
  • Ford California Special Mustang
  • Ford Comète
  • Ford Pampa
  • Ford 999
  • Ford Mustang FR500
  • Ford Thames 400EFord EifelFord
  • Ford Tourneo
  • Ford P68
  • Ford Cargo
  • Ford Squire
  • Ford Country Sedan
  • Ford F-250 Super Chief
  • Ford Verona
  • Ford E83W
  • Ford Mainline
  • Ford Escort RS 1700T
  • Ford XR Falcon
  • Ford XY Falcon GT
  • Ford C1 platform
  • Ford 7Y
  • Ford Pronto
  • Ford Model C
  • Ford Ranchero Rio Grande
  • Ford Escort ZX2
  • Ford Saphire
  • Ford Bantam
  • Ford 300
  • Ford Rheinland
  • Ford Model B
  • Ford Royale
  • Ford Falcon GT
  • Ford Fordor
  • Ford F-550
  • Ford 2GA
  • Ford GT70
  • Ford GT
  • Ford Super Duty
  • Ford F-350
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What should I look for in tires? 


Firstly, you should look for tires that match your driving needs. Although most tires are designed to meet all types of weather conditions and roads, a tire professional will be able to help you select some tire features that may help to maximize your overall driving experience.

How do I know which brand to go with? 

This is something that we will be able to go over with you either on the phone or in person. By discussing what type of driving you do a tire professional here at The Tire Shoppe will be able to explain product features that will match your price point.


What are speed ratings? And why is this important?

A speed rating is the designed speed capability for your vehicle and tires. This essentially lets you know the fastest speed that a tire can handle before it lacks its highest performance capabilities. Although your tire may have a high speed rating, that does not mean that you can safely drive your vehicle at the maximum speed for long periods, especially under poor weather conditions. This is important to know because it contributes to your tires life expectancy. If you are aware of your speed rating and manage your speed according to the tires rating, you will receive a longer life from your tires.


Where can I find my tire speed rating? 

The vehicle’s manual is the first place to check. You may also find the speed rating in the driver’s side door, the glove box door as well as your gas tank hatch. Although it may vary per car manufacturer, it is located in either your manual or within your vehicle.


How long should a new set of tires last me? 

If you drive somewhere in between the average of 12,000-15,000 miles a year, your tires should last you anywhere from three to four years. The rubber compound will not be worn through at this point, but the treads on the tire will have worn off entirely by this point, meaning that you will have poor traction.


If I have a new set of tires that are over 5 to ten years old are they still good?

-Although your tires may be used very little over time, there is no technical expiration date for any tire. Even if you have a car that is only driven on the weekends or special occasions; the rubber in the tires begin to deteriorate over time which could mean that the tires are no longer safe. Many tire experts feel that any tires over eight years old should be disregarded, regardless of how little they were used.


Can I purchase tires and install them on my own?

-Although it is possible for you to get tires and install them on your own, it is highly recommended that you do not install your tires on your own. Improperly installed tires can cause premature wear as well as a flat or blow out when you least expect it. This is something that we never want you to have to experience. That is why we ask that you come to us before attempting to do it on your own.


How do I know when it is time to replace my old tires?

You may notice that your tires need to be replaced by your driving experience alone. If you noticed that your vehicle control, braking and overall stability is no longer the same; it may be time to check into new tires.

Your vehicle may even alert you letting you know it is time for new tires, depending on the year of your vehicle.

Most automobiles have a built-in tire tread indicator around the area of your tires.

This indicator will let you know when there is approximately 2/32” left on the tread itself.

Another thing to pay attention to is how long you have had your tires, even if they appear to be fine, it is advised that you check them out or stop by to have a tire technician assess the life left on your tires.