The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair Ferndale, MI Land Rover Tires
Since the creation of British automobile manufacturer Land Rover, their company has mass produced some of the world’s most luxurious line of automobiles. Land Rover is considered a multinational auto manufacturer with its headquarters based in Coventry, United Kingdom. Many Land Rover models are considered British icons in which were originally granted as a Royal Warrant by King George himself. Having received this warrant, certainly has led Land Rover to many more decades of success as their name is associated with the Royal family themselves. Since the start of the company, Land Rover has designed and delivered many different four-wheel-drive automobiles, made from some of the most expensive materials worldwide. It can be said with confidence, that there is certainly a strong sense of honor and pride behind the Land Rover company.
As a tire company, we strive to perfect our business every day in a multitude of ways. We understand what quality looks like and will go out of our way to far exceed your expectations. We understand firsthand that purchasing new tires is a big investment and something that you do only once every 3-4 years or longer. For many people, this is not a purchase that most look forward to. We entirely understand, and want you to know that we are here to help make this process as easy and inexpensive as possible.
Good tire shops know which questions to ask their customers, so that they make the right purchase the first time around. For example, we may ask you… What are your driving habits? Do you drive in harsh winter conditions? What state do you live in? What is the price point that you would like to stick to? Each of these questions helps us to better understand how we can accommodate you most efficiently. Finding out what your driving style is helps us to better assess what type of tire best suits you.
There is a general misconception that all tires are the same. Each and every tire is different in its overall construction, materials used, dimensions and overall functioning capabilities. Also, if you do indeed drive in the winter time, you may want to invest in a set of winter tires. Our recommendations will depend upon what type of tire will last you the longest possible amount of time as well as perform the way that you need it to. Depending on the weather conditions that you are typically subject to, will often determine many of the options that we may suggest for you.
At our shop, we are also very considerate of each customers personal budget. We work our hardest to consider your safety, comfort, overall handling as well as your desired price point. Many of our customers share some of the same general questions and concerns. That is why we know what people look for even before they come in to purchase their tires. We have spent years learning and researching some of the top tire experts in the business. We know what matters most with regards to your safety and happiness upon the purchase, and for many years to come.
Not only are we a tire shop, but we are also a mechanic shop that performs a wide variety of services. To name a few, we specialize in brake repair, tune ups, oil changes, suspension, radiators, condensers, alternators, brakes, brake pads, brake lines, wheel alignments, exhaust systems, drive shafts and so much more. We also offer towing services as well.
Taking proper care of your vehicle is essential to your safety; as well as your vehicle performing at its best. A large part of taking care of your vehicle is having regular maintenance performed; in addition to having good tires. While having reliable tires is important, having a good brake system is just as crucial. That is why we stress the importance of staying on top of your vehicle’s needs and not ignoring even the most subtle of signs that something may be wrong.
You may wonder, why are tires so important?
Your tires are the main components that contribute to your vehicle’s overall performance. Tires are one of the most important parts of the vehicle’s foundation. If you did not have tires, regardless of how fancy your car is, you would not be able to get from point a to point b.
The type of tire you get also has a lot to do with the way your vehicle handles.
What are the main things to consider when purchasing new tires?
- What type of driving you usually do
What state you live in (the weather conditions you are exposed to)
The type of vehicle you have
Will the tires be used for daily driving, or the vehicle’s aesthetic
Are winter tires and all-season tires available as performance tires?
Yes, there are many different manufacturers to choose from when considering low-profile or performance either as all-season or performance tires.
Are snow tires actually needed?
This will depend on the amount of driving you do throughout the winter, or if you live in a state with incredibly harsh weather conditions. If you do a lot of winter driving, having a set of snow tires is incredibly beneficial and much safer. Although all-season tires will certainly get you by, having snow tires that are specifically designed for more harsh snowy and wet conditions will serve to your benefit.
How dangerous is it to drive around with worn tires?
It is incredibly unsafe to drive around with worn, old tires. The reason is because you no longer have the needed tire tread to quickly stop when you need to. In rainy, wet conditions, you are also at high risk of hydroplaning and losing control of your vehicle.
Blow outs and flats are much more likely to occur due to the tire not having any substance or tread left to it.
In snowy weather, you have very high chances of losing control and spinning out on the road.
If you hit a sharp object, such as a piece of glass or a nail, the slightest puncture in the tire could quickly lead to deflation or a blow out.
Can I check my own tire tread to assess the level of wear on them?
Yes, you most certainly can check the level of wear right at home. Typically, a depth gauge is used to measure the amount of tread that is left. This is usually a good dependable tool that is used to decipher between good tires and worn out tires that need to be replaced.
I just bought new tires, how long should they last me?
Depending on the make and style tire you have, your tires should last you anywhere from three to four years without any problems. Having regular tire inspections performed will contribute to the lifespan of your tires as well. For example, having tire rotations and monitoring your psi (tire pressure) will help tremendously.
The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair Services
- Land Rover State-of-the-art diagnostic equipment
- Land Rover Expert brake service
- Land Rover Tune-ups
- Land Rover Oil changes
- Land Rover Electrical repairs
- Land Rover Front-end work
- Land Rover Axles
- Land Rover Tire rotation and balancing
- Land Rover Strut and shock installation
- Land Rover Mufflers and exhaust systems
- Land Rover Radiators
- Land Rover Air conditioning repairs
- Land Rover Clutches and steering
- Land Rover Fuel injection
- Land Rover Custom rims and tires
- Land Rover New and used tires
- Land Rover Alignments
- Land Rover Rim welding
- Land Rover Collision repair (we waive deductibles)
- Land Rover Dual exhaust
- Land Rover CV axles
- Land Rover Converters
- Land Rover Custom pipe bending
- Land Rover Cooling systems/flush
- Land Rover Starters and alternators
- Land Rover U-joints
Land Rover Models
- Land Rover LR2
- Land Rover Range Rover Evoque
- Land Rover Range Rover
- Land Rover LR4
- Land Rover Range Rover Sport
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