Tire Changes Near Destin

Ford Tires

Where to Service Your Ford Tires in Crestview

Since safety is a top priority, many Florida drivers and buyers choose Ford Crestview as their dealership. Part of assisting in keeping you as safe as possible, is making sure your tires are serviced and maintained consistently. Doing this is critical, because it will ultimately get you to where you need to be.

At our Ford Tire Shop near Hub City, we have many highly trained technicians that can help you get back on the road in a reasonable amount of time. Plus, we have great service and parts specials, as well as a tire overview below that can help you as well. Continue reading below to find out more!

How to Properly Protect and Maintain Your Tires

One way to effectively maintain your tires is to monitor your tire pressure. If the Tire Pressure Monitor (TPM) light appears to be on, then it’s more than likely time to make adjustments and check your air pressure where necessary. If you have a TPM light that can’t be trusted, don’t freak out. You can monitor your tire pressure and then bring it by to be assessed by one of our Certified service technicians.

Another way to protect your tires is to have a tire rotation done. It’s a good idea to note the first time you bring your vehicle in for a tire rotation. By doing this, you can then talk to one of our service technicians about the right tire rotation pattern for your tires. Ultimately, this improves the longevity of your car, truck, or SUV.

Wheel alignment and balance should be considered when it comes to maintaining your tires as well. If there’s tire wear, or perhaps the car is pulling weirdly, a tire alignment might need to be performed. And if you feel a vibration while driving on a flat road, your tires may need to be balanced.

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When to Change Your Tires and How Often

As days go by, the rubber that makes up your tires will begin to age, so you’ll more than likely need to replace them. A tire replacement will be needed as well when approximately 1.5 mm or less of tread is remaining.

Additionally, there are other factors such as loading conditions, inflation pressure maintenance, and temperature that dictates tire age. Some other signs that indicate your tires may need to be replaced are:

  • There’s a cut, puncture, or other damage that can’t be repaired efficiently
  • Three or more tread wear indicators can be seen
  • You can see a split or bulge in the tire
  • The tire tread is cracked, snagged, or cut deep enough to show fabric

If your tires need assistance, bring your vehicle to our Ford Tire Shop today! Our professional technicians are eager to help you and on standby until then. Even better, you can save time if you schedule a service appointment online!

Tire Repair Service Near Destin

Does your new or used Ford need tire service? Let our Certified service experts handle all of your tire needs! Contact us today if you have any questions, or stop by our dealership in person. Either way, we promise to help you get you back on the road and headed towards a new adventure. See you soon!

Ford Tire FAQs

How Often Should You Change a Tire?

There is not a set time frame on when to change your tires, but there are some guidelines we recommend you follow. The average car owner will drive between 12,000 to 15,000 miles a year, which means the standard good quality all-season tire will last between three and five years, depending on maintenance, driving style, conditions, etc. If you are ever unsure, make an appointment with our service department for our team to have a closer look and give you the guidance you need!

How Frequently Should You Check Your Tires?

The best practice that we recommend is to check your vehicle’s tire pressure every month, especially if the weather is constantly changing. Be sure to contact our tire service center if you need additional information!

How to Read a Ford Tire Size

To read your Ford tire size, you will need to locate the series of numbers and letters on either side of your tire. These numbers and letters are indicators of the size, type, and performance of your tires. If you cannot locate the tire code, consult your driver’s manual or contact our Ford Service Center today for more assistance!