The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair Ferndale, MI
Mazda was founded in 1920, nearly one century ago. The company was originally called Toyo Cork Kogyo Company which was then sold to a group of Japanese investors. Upon the creation of the company, they produced a wide variety of differing tools that became immensely helpful within the industrial and automotive world at this time. The name Mazda was influenced by an ancient God within western Asian countries that was built upon the concepts of harmony, intelligence and wisdom. These three characteristics have been a driving force within the Mazda corporation for nearly a century. To this day, the company strives to reinforce and implement these principles into the production of their automobiles all over the world. There is no question, as to whether or not Mazda vehicles are reliable and trustworthy automobiles. The company’s long history and strong values is what allows them to flourish more and more each and every year.
At our company, we know the value of quality vehicles. We understand that vehicles that obtain such high quality as Mazda; ought to have nothing less than the best service at all times. That is why we offer all of your tire and mechanical fixes right here at our shop. We understand how difficult it can be to find a shop that you actually trust with your vehicle. From tires, to brakes, to oil changes, we have you covered. Unlike other tire shops, we can supply with all of the parts that you need in order to be safe while on the road. We will inspect your vehicle and make sure that every part is functioning properly, before just replacing the tires.
If we happen to notice that your brake pads are no longer where they need to be, or that you are way past an oil change, we will make you aware of this before performing any work. The reason being is that we want to make sure that you are one-hundred percent covered before heading back out on the road. We are here to service you with whatever it is that you need. Often times, we are not even made aware of underlying automobile issues until it is too late.
At The Tire Shoppe, we are here to not only meet your basic needs, but to far surpass them as well. We care about each and every one of our customers on a personal level. We can to make sure that you are more than taken care of. Your safety will always be our number one priority without question.
Here at our shop, we perform all of your basic mechanical work and then some. If you need any of the following services, you have most definitely come to the right place.
Mazda Mechanic Repair Services
- Mazda State-of-the-art diagnostic equipment
- Mazda Expert brake service
- Mazda Tune-ups
- Mazda Oil changes
- Mazda Electrical repairs
- Mazda Front-end work
- Mazda Axles
- Mazda Tire rotation and balancing
- Mazda Strut and shock installation
- Mazda Mufflers and exhaust systems
- Mazda Radiators
- Mazda Air conditioning repairs
- Mazda Clutches and steering
- Mazda Fuel injection
- Mazda Custom rims and tires
- Mazda New and used tires
- Mazda alignments
- Mazda Rim welding
- Mazda Collision repair (we waive deductibles)
- Mazda Dual exhaust
- Mazda CV axles
- Mazda Converters
- Mazda Custom pipe bending
- Mazda Cooling systems/flush
- Mazda Starters and alternators
- Mazda U-Joints
The Tire Shoppe Ferndale, MI Mazda Tires FAQ'S
Many customers come into our shop with the same questions and concerns prior to having any sort of mechanical work performed, or purchasing new tires. To save you time and stress, we have posted many previously asked questions regarding this process.
First off, Why are good tires so important for my safety on my Mazda?
Your tires are one of the most fundamental parts on your vehicle. Without tires, you would not be able to get from one point to another, regardless of how fancy your vehicle is. A set of good tires is crucial to your safety, because this is what allows you to take off or stop as quickly as you need to.
Poorly made tires, will not allow you to do this to the fullest capacity. Therefore, this will compromise your safety in more way than one. That is something that we never want you to have to experience; and why we take the time to explain to you the importance of tire safety.
Will I need snow tires in addition to a new set of all-season tires on my Mazda?
This will all depend on your personal needs and driving habits. If you live in a very snowy state with harsh winters; a good set of snow tires is advised. Changing out your tires at winter time to a more durable tire that is specifically made for these conditions is only to benefit you and your safety while on the road.
Although, there are certainly well-made all-season tires that will do that job as well for those who are trying to save money.
What if I only need two new tires instead of four on my Mazda?
This is a very common situation and we will be able to assist you with this with no problems.
Typically, we place the older set of tires on the front and the brand new tires on the rear. This allows the driver to maintain more control, especially while driving on wet or sleek roads. The new tires on the rear will have much more tread to them, which will help prevent hydroplaning as well.
If I need a wheel alignment, should this be done at the time of new tires?
Absolutely yes. If your wheels are misaligned, your new set of tires will not wear properly. This is something that you will not be pleased with in the near future, as your brand new set of tires will not last you as long as you had bargained for.
How often should I have my tires rotated on my Mazda?
-It is recommended that you have your tires rotated at least every 3,000-6,000 miles for proper wear patterns.
Is a spare tire included with a new set of four tires on my Mazda?
No, a spare tire unfortunately does not come with a new set of tires, nor do auto manufacturers include this with the sales of a new vehicle. Despite these facts, you may always purchase a spare tire from us at any time. We highly recommend that you have an extra tire with you at all times, for those unforeseen tire blow outs and flats.
How long should a new set of tires last me on my Mazda?
- On average, a new set of tires should last you anywhere from three to four years. This is based upon the average 12,000-15,000 miles that drivers put on their vehicle annually.
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