Tire Center near Me

At the Ray Price Chevy tire center, drivers in the Mount Pocono, Tobyhanna, Scranton, Stroudsburg, and East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, areas can find affordable high-quality car tires as well as expert tire repair. Our tire center is staffed by a team of certified tire experts who can help you find the best tires for your vehicle and lifestyle.

Do love to go off-roading on the weekends? We've got tires for that. Do you do a lot of highway driving? We'll tell you which tires are best. Plus, you can always rest assured knowing that we'll help you find the best price on a new set of tires.

If your tires need to be repaired, we're more than happy to help. Our technicians have experience working with all tire brands and can fix your tire worries quickly so you can get back behind the wheel.

 

Tire Center Mount Pocono PA

Our automotive technicians specialize in repairing and replacing all types of tires, from all-weather to performance and everything in between. We've been helping drivers like you for years. But most importantly: You'll be treated with the respect you deserve. We'll work hard so you can get back behind the wheel sooner. You'll always be dealing with automotive professionals.

Top Signs That Might Indicate You Need Tire Repair

 Crazy vibrations: If your vehicle is vibrating intensely while you're driving, it might be an issue with the tires. This is as dangerous as it is scary. Our technicians will repair your tires to correct the issue.

Dropping Tire Pressure: No matter how often you fill up your tires, they constantly seem to be low. Low tire pressure can hurt your fuel economy, so don't let this issue go.
Cracks, Bubbles, or Blisters: Don't drive on tires that look damaged.
Low Tread: The tire tread is needed to give the vehicle traction and optimal stopping power.





Repairing or Replacing Your Tires

There are a few ways we can go about replacing or repairing your tires. The replacement process is pretty straightforward. Our certified technicians will inspect your tires and see if a new set is required. If it is, we'll have the set placed onto your vehicle and you'll be back on the road.

If possible, though, we'll simply repair your tires. If you've run over a nail for example and one of your tires is slowly hemorrhaging air, we can likely patch it up good as new. One of the best options is also to come by for regular tire rotations. By rotating where the tires are on your car, it helps ensure each tire wears at the same rate.




How Long Do Tires Usually Last?

If you keep an eye on your tires, there's a good chance you'll be able to tell if they're wearing. In general, tires last somewhere between four and six years, which typically gives you about 60,000 to 90,000 miles to travel before a new set of tires is needed. This is a general estimate, though, as certain variables may cause tires to wear more quickly.

If you keep an eye on your tires, there's a good chance you'll be able to tell if they're wearing. In general, tires last somewhere between four and six years, which typically gives you about 60,000 to 90,000 miles to travel before a new set of tires is needed. This is a general estimate, though, as certain variables may cause tires to wear more quickly.

For example, aggressive drivers will find that their tires don't last as long as more casual drivers. Why is this? It mostly has to do with the stress you're placing on the tires. If you're constantly trying to stop quickly from high speeds, you'll wear out the tread on the tires.

Similarly, if you have the wrong type of tires on your car for whatever it is you want to do, this can also cause the tires to wear prematurely. Going off-roading with street tires or using summer tires in the winter can lead to reduced performance as well as quickly worn-out tires.

Other factors involved in the lifespan of your tires are the type of conditions the tires are exposed to and the composition of the tires themselves.

Find the Right Tire for Your Model

There is a host of tires you can have installed onto your vehicle. Winter tires, summer tires, performance tires, and all-terrain tires are just a few of the options. Each of these types can be found in our tire center, too. So, all you have to do is understand what your vehicle needs or what type of driving you expect to be doing each day.

For maximum performance, you can also swap out your tires with a different set throughout the year. So, if you want to maximize performance in the summer, we'll be happy to install summer tires, which increase grip and help boost acceleration, yet also work to make your car more efficient. Then, when the weather gets chilly, you can come back and we'll install the winter tires to help you remain poised and stable in snowy conditions.


Need Tire Repair?

Do you live near Mount Pocono, Tobyhanna, Scranton, Stroudsburg, and East Stroudsburg, PA, and need tire service? Contact Ray Price Chevy Tire Center to schedule your appointment today. We look forward to hearing from you.