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Tires Perrysburg

Set of Tires for Your Vehicle

At Perrysburg Auto Mall Service Center, we have the largest selection of tires in Northwest, OH. What’s better than that? We shop our competition every day to provide you with the lowest prices and best tire selection in the area.

Over time, poor tire maintenance, wheel alignment, worn suspension, and driving habits can lead to increased tire wear and reduced performance. Maintaining your vehicle’s undercarriage, inspecting your tires on a regular basis, scheduling routine maintenance, keeping the suspension in check, and your vehicle’s alignment centered are critically important for your safety. Perrysburg Auto Mall offers a large selection of brand name tires, auto maintenance, and repair services for every make and model including tire rotation and balancing starting at $49.95.

Whether you need passenger tires, all-season tires, snow tires, winter tires, truck tires, pickup truck tires, light truck tires, commercial truck tires, trailer tires, or performance tires, Perrysburg Auto Mall Service Center has you covered. We also have a tire price match guarantee. Best of all, when you purchase tires with us, you receive lifetime tire rotations, tire repairs, and brake inspections. Let us help you find tires to fit your budget and needs at our Tires Perrysburg location today.

We promise you – Perrysburg Auto Mall has the best tire buying experience at the lowest price.

The Right Set of Tires

It is essential to choose the right set of tires for your vehicle to keep you and your family safe on the road. Our Tire Finder tool allows you to easily find tires for virtually any vehicle. Use the drop-down menus to select your vehicle information including year, make, model, trim, and tire size, then navigate your search. Once you’ve chosen your new tires, you will be prompted to schedule an appointment with a Certified Service technician at our Perrysburg location to finalize your purchase.

Tire Repair and Replacement FAQs

Quickly find out if we have already addressed your tire repair or placement question.

How do I know when it’s time to change my tires?
Tires need to be changed regularly to ensure the safety and longevity of your vehicle. Tires wear for many reasons. It’s natural for a person driving 12-15,000 miles a year to go through a set of tires about every 3-4 years. The tread on a tire wears down naturally from use.

It’s easy to check the tread on your tires. The easiest method is to use the penny test. Insert a penny into the groove of your tire tread, with Lincoln’s head upside down and facing you. If you can see all of Lincoln’s head, it’s time to replace your tires.

The tread is what makes your tires grip the surface of the road, so worn-down tread makes your tires very dangerous. When the tread on your tires is worn, they need to be replaced. Additionally, if your tire has a hole in it that is not able to be patched, it should be replaced.

How often should I rotate my tires?
Tires should be rotated every six months or every 6,000 to 8,000 miles. Rotating the tires makes your tires last longer. During tire rotation, each tire is removed completely from the vehicle and then moved to a different location. Usually, cars have a certain pattern of rotation that can be used. Consult your vehicle’s user manual or ask a professional.
Can I rotate my tires alone, or do I need to take them in?
It is possible to rotate your tires at home. You will need a car jack and jack stands, as well as tools to remove the tires from your vehicle. The order in which you switch your tires does matter, so you should know if you have directional tires or nondirectional tires. Nondirectional tires can be swapped in any direction. Directional tires should only be swapped on the same side of the vehicle.
How do I know if I’m buying the right type of tires?
When buying new tires, it’s important to consider your location and personal style of driving. What is the weather like where you live? Are the roads in generally good condition? Do you live in the city or in a rural area? Do you drive very fast? All of these questions should be considered when buying new tires. Additionally, the load index and speed rating of your tires should match your vehicle. When you go to a tire dealer, tell the salesperson about your driving habits, and they will help you choose the best tires for you and your car.
When should I install winter tires?
Many people wait until the first snowfall to purchase and install their winter tires. It is actually recommended for winter tires to be installed before temperatures regularly dip below 45 degrees. All-season tires begin to get stiff and lose their traction in very cold temperatures.
How do I check my tire pressure?
Tire pressure should be checked monthly with a tire pressure gauge. It is important to use an accurate gauge, because it is very difficult to tell if tires are inflated properly with the eye alone. To use a tire gauge, remove the cap on one of your tires and insert the gauge until you hear a hissing sound. Remove the gauge, replace the cap, and read the pressure of your tires. To prevent ruptured tires, make sure you have the proper pressure in your tires.
What is the best way to store tires?
If you are using seasonal tires, there will come a time when you have to store a set of tires away for the next season. Or maybe you just like to keep extra tires on hand, in case of an emergency. It’s important to keep tires in a cool, dry place that is not exposed to extreme temperatures. Ideal places for tire storage are basements, climate-controlled garages, or workshops. It is not recommended to store tires outdoors, an un-regulated garage, or an attic. Do not expose the stored tires to the outdoor elements, as this could impact their longevity.