Tires are one of the most important safety features on your vehicle and have been designed or chosen specifically for handling all forms of driving conditions. Proper maintenance is a must. The Certified Service Experts at Jerry Seiner Chevrolet are here for all of your tire needs. We will make sure your tire pressure is correct and inform you when services like rotations and alignments are needed. When it is time to replace your tires we offer a great selection of top-quality tire brands at a competitive price.
Call us at 801-685-3359 or schedule onlinewhen it is time for your next service or anytime you have questions about your tires.
Tire Wear and Replacement
Tire wear will vary based on many factors, including maintenance habits and driving style. Whenever you visit with our Certified Service Experts we will check your tread depth and wear to insure your tires are safe.
When you are between visits, keep an eye on your tires and look for the built in treadwear indicators. These indicators look like narrow strips of smooth rubber across the tread. If you see these, give us a call and we will get you driving safely again.
You Need New Tires if you see any of these signs:
You see three or more treadwear indicators around the tire
Tire cord or fabric is showing through the rubber
Cracking, cuts, or snags deep enough to show the cord or fabric in the tire tread or sidewall
Bulges or Splits in the tire
The tire has a puncture, cut, or other damage that cannot be repaired safely
Proper Tire Maintenance
The Certified Service Experts at Jerry Seiner Chevrolet are here to help with every aspect of proper maintenance of your tires. From checking and adjusting your tire pressure, aligning your wheels and rotating your tires during your oil change services. Your tires are being cared for by the people that know your vehicle the best.
Between your visits with our Certified Service Team, make sure you check your tire pressure (at least once a month, more if the outside temperature has been fluctuating). Keeping proper tire pressure will extend your tire's life and keep you driving safely. Most new Chevrolets are equipped with a Tire Pressure Monitoring System to help you know when the tire pressure needs to be adjusted. If your vehicle does not have a pressure monitoring system you can find the proper tire pressure in your owners manual or the door jam of the drivers side front door.