Tires, Wheels & Related Services

Custom Style, Tires & Wheels

No matter what you drive. We will find you the right combination.

Our tire experts are available to advise you on choosing the right classic tire or high-performance product, alloy wheels, steel rims, wheels covers and anti-theft wheels locks all to meet your needs, with appointment, our specialists can help you make the right choice based on the technical characteristics determined by the manufacturer, the use you make with your vehicle and finally your budget.

Tires Related Services

- Tires & Wheels Installation.
- Electronic Tire & Wheels Balancing.
- Tires Rotation.
- Flat Tire Repair.
- Nitrogen Tire Inflation.
- TPMS System Diagnostics & Repair.
- Computerized 4 Wheels Alignment.
- Tires & Wheels Storage.

Most manufacturers recommend replacing tires whose manufacturing date is more than (6) six years old, even if they have not reached their maximum wear. This is because the tires rubber components age over time and can lose their grip and strength properties.

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Related Services


Tires & Wheels

Tires Inspection: Check and correct the inflation pressure if necessary. Inspect tires and wheels for damage or premature wear.

Tires Rotation: To achieve even tread wear and extend your vehicle tires life.

Flat Tire Repair: A flat tire is not necessarily a tire that is out of service.


Installation & Balancing

Tire installation and electronic wheel balancing aims to distribute the wheels weight very precisely.

This operation must be carried out each time tires are installed or after a possible repair.


Nitrogen Tire Inflation

Nitrogen inflation has a positive impact on your budget because it allows extend tires life and consume less fuel.

Nitrogen helps maintain tires constant pressure than air.


Storage Services

Secure storage your off-season wheels and tires. Eliminate the need to store your tires and wheels yourself; free up a storage space at home.

Expert Advice

  • Off-Road Driving

    Driving off-road can be fun, especially when it's intentional. But, that’s a whole different kind of driving. We recommend that you understand the basic techniques, so that you don't get stuck in a precarious situation.

    Sand, Snow, And Mud:
    - Deflate the tires a little to increase your footprint for better traction.
    - Use consistent momentum throughout.
    - In sand and snow, if your wheels start to spin, ease off the accelerator a little to gain traction.
    - In the mud maintain some wheel slip to help clean the tire.

    Rocks, Logs, And Ditches:
    - Approach obstacles at an angle, so that only one tire is engaged, leaving the other three tires on solid footing for better traction.
    - To protect the fragile components underneath your vehicle, it is best to drive over an obstacle one tire at a time, then roll gently over it.

    - Approaching hill head-on, so the weight is distributed evenly, providing equal grip to all four tires.
    - Use a high speed in order to handle the vehicle comfortably on the hill. If the speed is too low, you will spin the tires. If it's too high, you won't have enough power.
    - Always prepare for failure and have an escape plan.

  • Service Tips

    Most manufacturers recommend checking your vehicle's tires on a regular basis, for example; tire pressure and condition once a month and tire rotation every 2 oil changes or 10 thousand kilometers (6,000 miles).

    Nitrogen Tire Inflation:
    - Nitrogen inflation has a positive impact on your budget.

    Wheels Alignment:
    - Ensures better maneuverability and better control of your vehicle, approve your vehicle handling and also increases tires performance and durability.

    Tire Manufacturing Date

    - It is strongly recommended to replace tires whose manufacturing date is more than (6) six years old, even if they have not reached their maximum wear.

    - TThis is because the tires rubber components age over time and can lose their grip and strength properties. So be sure to check tires manufacturing date when purchasing them and if necessary replace them to ensure your safety on the road.

    How To Read Tire DOT?

    - Here is an example of decoding the tire manufacturing date:
    - Suppose you have a tire with the following DOT code: DOT XXXX 2418.

    - The last four digits, in this example "2418", represent the week and year the tire was manufactured.
    - "24" indicates that the tire was manufactured in the 24th week of the year.
    - "18" indicates the year, so the tire was manufactured in 2018.

  • Tire Brands

    - BFGoodrich
    - Bridgestone
    - Continental
    - Dunlop Tires
    - Firestone
    - General Tire
    - Goodyear
    - Hankook
    - Michelin
    - Pirelli
    - Toyo Tires
    - Uniroyal
    - Yokohama.