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Tire Services & Wheel Repair in Freehold, NJ 07728

Tires & Wheels

What Makes Up A Wheel?

A wheel is composed of the inner spokes, the rim that connects the spokes and the outside tire. Wheels are connected by an axle so they can work in pairs to allow your vehicle to move. The tread on the tires protects the inner portion of the rim and helps the wheel grip the road to increase safety and efficiency. Without wheels, your car would not be able to function. This is why keeping on top of tire rotation service and other maintenance is so important. To learn more about wheels and how they work, contact Meineke #137 in Freehold, NJ.

Know the Importance of Your Tires

Tires are arguably one of the most important parts of any vehicle. This is because they are what helps your car or truck cling to the road and have enough traction to safely operate. Your car only accelerates, turns and stops because your tires allow it to. Tires also play an important role in gas mileage. When they are improperly inflated they lose fuel efficiency and you end up paying more at the pump. At Meineke #137 in Freehold, NJ, we service cars while and act as a tire repair shop. Contact us for tire change service for all your vehicles.

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 #137 in Freehold, NJ, and we will gladly perform an alignment and tire rotation at the same time. Contact us for more information regarding tire rotation.

Why Proper Maintenance of Tires and Wheels Is Important

Tires are vital to the function and safety of your car or truck. The ridges and patterns that make up the tread of your tire are what help it grip the road and shed water to increase traction. When a tire's tread wears down, your vehicle no longer has the same traction and can become more unpredictable or more difficult to handle safely. Underinflated or overinflated tires often cause sidewall damage that can be dangerous, which can lead to sudden tire explosions on the road. Your tires should always be kept properly inflated. Learn about tire pressure sensor replacement when you stop by Meineke #137 in Freehold, NJ.

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 #137 in Freehold, NJ to help you safely get back on the road.

Where Can You Save on Your Tire Services?

No one enjoys having to pay for auto repairs, but it can be easier to handle if you have the right provider. When it comes to the care of your tires, we at Meineke offer regular coupons to help you save on things such as a tire rotation cost. Simply check the Meineke #137 web page frequently to looks for saving such as tire rotation coupons and other specials. No matter what tire service you may need in Freehold, NJ, we can help you save on it.

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Meineke Freehold

3411 Route 9

Freehold, NJ 07728

(732) 702-0653

Center Hours

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

Sat 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM

Sun Closed

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