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Tire Services & Wheel Repair in St. Louis, MO 63125

Tires & Wheels

How Are Your Tires Made?

Have you ever taken a moment to think about how your vehicle's tires are made? Probably not, yet doing so may help you better understand what goes into our tire repair service. More than just a few inches of thick rubber, your tires are actually made from layer after layer of fabric cords called plies. These plies sit atop steel belts that help to reinforce both the sidewall and the treads, which is formed from several layers of synthetic rubber. Steel cable loops called beads give the tire the strength needed to stay seated on the rim. Once those components are placed together, they are run through a curing machine which cuts the tread pattern and bonds all the components together. To learn more about tires, including tire repair cost, visit Meineke #28 in St. Louis, MO today.

Why Are Your Tires So Important?

The question of "why are tires so important?" typically comes up when the need for a tire repair shop arises. It is a question that deserves some thought. Nearly every aspect of your vehicle's performance, including braking, acceleration, steering, traction, and handling, are all largely dependent on tire performance. Issues with the tread, balance, or stability of your tires and wheels could affect your control of your vehicle in an emergency situation. Thus, if you suspect any problems, you should visit Meineke #28 in St. Louis, MO for repair or tire change service right away.

Signs Your Wheels Need Alignment

Wheels may need to be aligned after accidents or after too much wear and tear on a vehicle. Cars with tire alignment issues often show uneven tire wear. Drivers may also notice vibration through the steering wheel as wheels pull against one another instead of working in sync. If your car pulls to one side, it may indicate that your wheels need to be aligned. Bring your car or truck to Meineke #28 in St. Louis, MO, and we will gladly perform an alignment and tire rotation at the same time. Contact us for more information regarding tire rotation.

Dangers of Driving With Worn-Down Tires

Driving with worn-down or damaged tires can be hazardous to you and your passengers. When tires lose a significant amount of tread, they do not handle as well during certain weather conditions. Rain, sleet, and snow can easily pose a threat to drivers with poorly maintained tires. These drivers may experience longer stopping distances and times, and they will be at a higher risk of hydroplaning during rainstorms. Even minor "slicks" can be risky if they occur during heavy traffic. To get the best tire repair service, take your car to a St. Louis MO Meineke #28 professional for an inspection.

Signs Your Tires Need To Be Replaced

The great thing about tires is that they usually show clear signs when they need to be replaced or serviced. Damaged side walls may be cracked and broken if the tire is old or failing. Tread on the tire may also seem noticeably low, further indicating the need for a tire repair service. In severe cases, your tires may be so damaged, you can feel or see the belts, or insides, of the tire. Wear on one side, or not enough wear along both sides of your tire also indicates a problem. If any of these happen to your vehicle, immediately contact Meineke #28 in St. Louis, MO to help you safely get back on the road.

How Can You Save On Tire Repair and Replacement Costs?

If you're in need of new tires, you probably have concerns about the actual cost of tire replacement. While worn tires increase your risk of performance and stability issues on the road, that doesn't make affording new tires any easier. Fortunately, we at Meineke in St. Louis, MO can. Once you have your new tires, be sure to make frequent visit to our Meineke #28 web page. We frequently post repair and tire rotation coupons there. This is our way of rewarding the trust you place in us.

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Meineke St. Louis

3722 Lemay Ferry Road

St. Louis, MO 63125-4506

(314) 329-0500

Center Hours

M-F 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM

Sat 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM

Sun Closed

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