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Read on to learn how to schedule tire service as well as how often to replace your tires. Ready to schedule? Contact us at Rockwall Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram!
Our technicians will be happy to help with routine tire service and the occasional repair. Use our online scheduling form or call us directly to request an appointment.
We’ll ask more about the model you drive and its current mileage. Feel free to schedule any of the following needs:
As you schedule, make sure to check out our current service specials. We often feature special offers on tires and wheel alignments to help you get your vehicle service at the best value.
Many of those aforementioned tire services can also be handled in our Mopar® Express Lane. This maintenance option doesn’t require an appointment, so it’s especially convenient to address issues you’ve recently noticed, like low tire pressure.
At the Express Lane, we can rotate the tires, increase the tire pressure, and check for any additional wear and tear. We even throw in a brake inspection with your tire rotation! Check out our additional services, like wiper blade replacements and oil changes.
It’s important to stay in tune with your tire’s lifespan. The specific length will differ for each driver. In general, tires should be replaced every three to five years or after you’ve driven around 60,000 miles.
At the latest, it’s recommended that you replace tires after 10 years. This is because the internal components of the tire will break down over time.
With routine upkeep at our service center, you can maintain tire health or catch any issues. We’ll use our expertise to patch any punctures, carefully balance them, and add pressure when needed.
We’re glad to be a local tire shop for drivers near Rockwall, Terrell, Rowlett, and Wylie, Texas. Trust our technicians to complete all your tire repair and replacement needs.
Schedule an appointment at Rockwall CDJR today!