The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair Ferndale, MI Lincoln
Since the start of The Lincoln Motor Company in 1917, their company has spent decades upon decades perfecting their line of luxury automobiles. Lincoln is considered an American line of luxury automobiles with impressive safety records. The name ‘Lincoln’ was derived from 16th American president, Abraham Lincoln. Although the company is known for producing high-class automobiles, through the years, Lincoln has contributed to a wide variety of other lines of production. For example, Lincoln co-assembled many of the military grade aircrafts in World War I. Their deep historical roots certainly demonstrates their drive and genuine commitment to serving people all around the world. To this day, The Lincoln Motor Company produces some of the most beautiful, luxury vehicles that are made available at a reasonable cost to the public.
As a tire company, we believe that quality tires and auto parts should certainly match up to the quality of your vehicle. Understanding which tires to choose; and which tires to avoid is our specialty. Each and every auto manufacturer has a different tire in which they recommend for their vehicles coming straight from the factory. Depending on how well the original manufacturer tires held up for you, will more than likely be a large deciding factor with regards to selecting your next set of tires.
We consider all possible factors before setting you up with new tires. For example, we will take a look at what type of vehicle you have. Whether you drive a sedan, truck, van or SUV, there is a specific size tire that you will need in order properly drive your vehicle. Putting tires on your vehicle that are the incorrect size will certainly serve as a threat to your overall safety while driving. If you have tires on your vehicle that were never intended for it, you will experience an off-balanced ride; as well a quicker tire wear. These are things that we want you to avoid at all costs. That is why we work with you one-on-one and explain the importance of proper tires and installation.
The Tire Shoppe & Mechanic Repair Ferndale, MI Lincoln Auto Mechanic Service
- Lincoln State-of-the-art diagnostic equipment
- Lincoln Expert brake service
- Lincoln Tune-ups
- Lincoln Oil changes
- Lincoln Electrical repairs
- Lincoln Front-end work
- Lincoln Axles
- Lincoln Tire rotation and balancing
- Lincoln Strut and shock installation
- Lincoln Mufflers and exhaust systems
- Lincoln Radiators
- Lincoln Air conditioning repairs
- Lincoln Clutches and steering
- Lincoln Fuel injection
- Lincoln Custom rims and tires
- Lincoln New and used tires
- Lincoln alignments
- Lincoln Rim welding
- Lincoln Collision repair (we waive deductibles)
- Lincoln Dual exhaust
- Lincoln CV axles
- Lincoln Converters
- Lincoln Custom pipe bending
- Lincoln Cooling systems/flush
- Lincoln Starters and alternators
- Lincoln U-joints
The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair Ferndale, MI Lincoln Models We Carry Tires
- Lincoln MKC Concept Tires & Mechanic Repair
- Lincoln MKS Tires & Mechanic Repair
- Lincoln MKT Tires & Mechanic Repair
- Lincoln MKX Tires & Mechanic Repair
- Lincoln MKZ Tires & Mechanic Repair
- Lincoln Navigator Tires & Mechanic Repair
The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair Ferndale, MI Lincoln tire safety
Many of our past and present customers have shared some of the same general questions and concerns surrounding their vehicle. To make this process easier for you, we have gone ahead and posted and answered many of the same repeated concerns that tire-buyers want to know.
What is the difference between high-quality tires and cheaper-tires for my Lincoln?
High-quality tires will bring forth the traction and lifespan that you are looking to get out of your tires. Good quality tires are made from higher quality materials and are designed to outlast poorly made tires without question. A good set of tires will not slip and slide in wet and or snowy weather as traction is key with tires.
Poorly made tires will not last you the expected 3 to 4 years; nor will they keep you as safe. If you end up taking the cheaper route initially, you may find yourself replacing your tires again way sooner than you would have liked.
Do my wheels need to be aligned properly before getting new tires on my Lincoln?
We recommend that you have a wheel alignment performed prior to a new set of tires as this will contribute to your vehicle running smoother as well as adding to your safety. If your wheels are misaligned it may take away from the lifespan of your new tires.
Is tire rotation important on my Lincoln?
Yes. Regularly rotating your tires is incredibly important for your safety. In addition to this, rotating your tires will allow the tires to wear better, as opposed to being worn in the same spot for long periods of time. Typically, this is performed every 3,000 to 6,000 miles.
How long should a new set of tires last on my Lincoln?
Although this will vary per the tire you select, on average, a good set of tires should last you anywhere from 3 to 5 years. This is estimated by the 12,000-15,000 miles than an average driver puts on their vehicle.
What should the tires on my Lincoln PSI be?
This will depend on your make and model. This information can be found in the owners manual or on the inside of the drivers side door.
The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair Ferndale, MI Lincoln tire safety
Tire safety is vital to understand and practice at all times. Unfortunately, tire and auto safety is something that often goes ignored far too often. Although proper maintenance on your vehicle may be costly, if you are going to drive around and utilize your vehicle on a daily basis; you must take proper care of it so that your safety is never compromised whatsoever. We will supply you with all of the information that you need to know prior to making any big decisions. Unlike other shops, we do not want you to feel rushed nor obligated to select a particular type or brand of tires.
Other general services such as oil changes, new brakes, pads and rotors is something that is of equal importance as having a good set of reliable tires. That is why we perform all types of mechanical work as well. Although we stress the importance of tire safety, as auto experts, we know the value behind taking proper care of your car.
We also offer a towing service for those days that you can never plan for such as getting a flat tire or a blow out. Cars break down all the time, its a normal part of daily life. But there are many steps that we can take ahead of time to avoid these unwanted experiences.
When we consider how important tires truly are, we are then able to realize that we wouldn't get any where without them. The tires on your vehicle, along with many other parts, is what makes it possible to safely get from one point to another. If you are a car expert, you already know the importance of taking good care of your vehicle and keeping an eye out for odd sounds. If you are not a car person at all, you are not to worry. That is what we are here for; to serve you and help you to better understand all of the things that we specialize in.
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