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THE TIRE SHOPPE & AUTO MECHANIC REPAIR FERNDALE, MI HONDA Tires

Honda Motor Company., Ltd. is a Japanese auto manufacturer that provides quality automobiles worldwide. Not limited to the production of automobiles, Honda also produces a wide variety of motorcycles and power products including Generators, Tillers, Lawnmowers, Snow Throwers, Water Pumps and so much more. The Honda Motor Company was built upon three fundamental beliefs which include: Initiative, Equality and Trust. These three concepts have been built into their company since the very beginning and has paved the way for their tremendous success for nearly one-hundred years.

At The Tire Shop, we believe in the same moral concepts. We believe in creating a trusting relationship and experience with our customers each and every day. That is why we will work with you on an individual basis at all times. Regardless of your automotive need, we are here to serve you and keep you safe on the road at all times.

Why are Honda tires so important?

-A good set of tires can save your life. A good set of tires is absolutely without doubt one of the most fundamental parts on your vehicle. For over one-hundred years, the tires have been considered the most important part on your vehicle. Although your automobile is comprised of many important mechanical parts and fixtures, the tires actually determine your stopping power. It is safe to say, that we all know the importance of being able to stop at the exact second you need to. Even if you have the most expensive, high-tech vehicle in the world, if you did not have a tires, you would not be able to get anywhere.

Good tires also mean that you have solid traction regardless of what weather conditions you may be presented with. If you live in Michigan, you already know how the weather has a mind of it’s own and can change in an instant. This is why you need to be prepared at all times. Whether you are driving in beautiful sunny weather, or snowy low-temperatures, good tires are always a must.

Although many people think all tires are the same, this is absolutely not true. The overall quality of tires certainly varies due to the manufacturer and the materials that are used. If you use cheap materials the tires will not last as long as the manufacturer may have promised. They will wear out way before the expected time, not to mention they will be a safety hazard as you will more than likely not have the appropriate traction that is needed to keep you safe at all times.

How do I know which tires are best for me?

-This is something that one of our tire professionals will go over with you. We will sit down with you one-on-one and assess what type of tire is best for you and your vehicle.

What are you looking for when matching me with a new set of tires?

-Some of the main things that we consider is make, year and model of your vehicle. We want to know what type of weather conditions you are usually subject to as well as the amount of driving that you typically do. This all comes into play when selecting an appropriate set of tires for you.

How long should a new set of tires last me?

-Depending on the amount of driving you do, a good set of tires should last you anywhere from 4 to 6 years. An average driver puts on approximately 12,000-15,000 miles per year on their vehicle. If this matches your driving amount, you should anticipate getting about the same amount of time from your tires.

How will I know which brand to choose from?

-We don’t expect you to know which tire brand to select. That is why we are here. To assist you in the proper size, dimension and style tire that best suits your vehicle. Based upon the type of vehicle you own, we will look up the tire that your vehicle originally came with. If you were happy with those tires, we can certainly set you up with the same type. If not, we will find out what you disliked about the previous brand and go from there. We hire only the best trained tire technicians and sales people to assist you throughout this process; making it as easy-as-possible.

Aren’t all Honda tires exactly the same?

No, all tires are actually quite different in their overall construct. Just like any other product on the market, there are good quality brands and poor quality brands. Just as technology is ever-changing; so is the science and mechanics behind a good set of tires.

Although there is a very common misconception that all tires are exactly the same, this is entirely untrue. Depending on the manufacturer, different tire companies will utilize differing combinations of rubber, nylon, polyester and so on. The way in which these materials are used together will effect the way the tire and the treads work together.

Doing research on different tire manufacturers may save you a lot of time, stress and money. This way, you can avoid problems that other consumers have faced in the past.

What is the proper inflation for my Honda tires?

- At The Tire Shoppe, we suggest that you use the tire pressure that your vehicle manufacturer recommends. This information is usually located in the driver’s side door and lists what tire pressure is recommended for both the front and rear tires. The amount of air for the front tires is always slightly different so the balance of car is always evened out.

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The Tire Shoppe Ferndale, MI Honda Mechanic Service

  • Honda State-of-the-art diagnostic equipment
  • Honda Expert brake service
  • Honda Tune-ups
  • Honda Oil changes
  • Honda Electrical repairs
  • Honda Front-end work
  • Honda Axles
  • Honda Tire rotation and balancing
  • Honda Strut and shock installation
  • Honda Mufflers and exhaust systems
  • Honda Radiators
  • Honda Air conditioning repairs
  • Honda Clutches and steering
  • Honda Fuel injection
  • Honda Custom rims and tires
  • Honda New and used tires
  • Honda  alignments
  • Honda Rim welding
  • Honda Collision repair (we waive deductibles)
  • Honda Dual exhaust
  • Honda CV axles
  • Honda Converters
  • Honda Custom pipe bending
  • Honda Cooling systems/flush
  • Honda Starters and alternators
  • Honda U-joints

The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair Ferndale, MI Models We Carry Tires For

  • Honda SUT
  • Honda Step Bus
  • Honda SSM
  • Honda Small Hybrid Sports
  • Honda S360
  • Honda Remix
  • Honda Puyo
  • Honda OSM
  • Honda N800
  • Honda MV-99
  • Honda Model X
  • Honda Kiwami
  • Honda J-WJ
  • Honda J-VX
  • Honda J-MW
  • Honda J-MJ
  • Honda Imas
  • Honda HSC
  • Honda Gear
  • Honda Fuya-Jo
  • Honda FCX
  • Honda Dualnote (of DN-X)
  • Honda CR-Z
  • Honda ASM
  • Honda 2008 RA108
  • Honda 2007 RA107
  • Honda 2006 RA106
  • Honda 1969 R-1300
  • Honda 1968 RA302
  • Honda 1968 RA301
  • Honda 1967 RA300
  • Honda 1966 RA273
  • Honda 1965 RA272
  • Honda 1964 RA271
  • Honda ZEST
  • Honda Vamos
  • Honda Stream
  • Honda StepWGN
  • Honda Shuttle
  • Honda Ridgeline
  • Honda Pilot
  • Honda Odyssey
  • Honda NSX
  • Honda N-One
  • Honda MDX
  • Honda Life
  • Honda Legend
  • Honda Inspire
  • Honda Insight
  • Honda Jazz
  • Honda Fit
  • Honda FCX Clarity
  • Honda CR-V
  • Honda Hobio
  • Honda Freed
  • Honda Fit Aria
  • Honda Elysion
  • Honda Crosstour
  • Honda CR-Z, a hybrid electric vehicle
  • Honda Civic Hybrid
  • Honda Caren
  • Honda Brio
  • Honda Brio Amaze
  • Honda Ballade
  • Honda Airwave
  • Honda Acty
  • Honda Accord
  • Honda Wow
  • Honda Urban SUV
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