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Mcminnville,#2177

(503) 376-9307

2175 NE 27th Street
Mcminnville, OR 97128

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Tires & Wheels Services in Mcminnville, OR

Tires & Wheels service in - Mcminnville, OR

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 #2177 in Mcminnville, OR.

Why Is Maintaining Your Tires Important?

You know that you need your tires in good working order to drive your vehicle. So, perhaps a better question than why your tires are important is why you should maintain them before you're forced into frantically searching for "flat tire repair near me." The average car weighs over 4,000 pounds, which is a lot of weight sitting on your tires. Differences in inflation between tires causes your vehicle's weight to be distributed unevenly. Over time, that uneven weight distribution can lead to issues with your vehicle's balance, which then affects its safety and performance. Thus, following a routine rotation service is vital. You'll find such a service here at Meineke #2177 in Mcminnville, OR.

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 #2177 in Mcminnville, OR, and we will gladly perform an alignment and tire rotation at the same time. Contact us for more information regarding tire rotation.

Dangers of Putting off Wheel and Tire Repairs

Damaged tires and wheels are a potential hazard that can be completely avoided with proper maintenance. If you ignore tire pressure issues or put off your search for "tire repair near me," you are placing yourself, your vehicle's occupants and everyone you pass on the road in danger. Without properly maintained tires, your tires could explode while you are driving, causing you to lose control. Contact Meineke #2177 in Mcminnville, OR for information on tire repair and tire pressure sensor replacement.

How Do You know When to Get New Tires?

Your tires will typically give you plenty of notice that you should look into tire replacement or repair. Low tire tread is a serious problem that can only be solved through replacing the affected tire and its twin. Cracking, noticeable wear on only one side of the tire and vibration coming through the steering wheel are all indicators that you should have your tires inspected by a professional. If you do not replace your tires promptly, they could pop while you are driving. Taking your car to Meineke #2177 in Mcminnville, OR for a full tire inspection and tire repair is the best option for safe driving.

Exceptional Service at Affordable Prices

At Meineke, we understand that you may be concerned about tire rotation or tire repair cost. If you are, we offer a variety of tire rotation coupons that can help you save on these services. Our professionals always provide quality service. If you believe that your tires are old or damaged, don't hesitate to contact one of our professionals at the Mcminnville OR Meineke #2177 today.

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