Tire Replacement, Repair, and Rotation in Clarksville, MD

Koons White Marsh Chevrolet Tires

One of your car's most critical components is the tires. Tires age and lose effectiveness with time, and several things influence how quickly it happens. For your car's safety, especially in the White Marsh rain and snow, you need high-quality tires, properly filled and in good condition. For all your maintenance needs, on Chevy vehicles and more, you can count on the Koons White Marsh Chevrolet Service Center. If you ever detect a tire leak, uneven wear, or even just notice problems with your suspension, be sure to book an appointment with us.

Tire Service in White Marsh, MD


Chevy Wheel Alignment and Balance

The total lifespan of your Chevy's tires can be extended by getting a proper wheel alignment, usually every two years or with every set of replacement tires. Your tires may wear unevenly if the wheels are out of alignment, and if ignored, it can affect your car's handling. Even if just one wheel is out of its regular alignment, your ride quality and the lifespan of all your tires may suffer, simply due to driving with it in that position for too long.

Ready to go back to enjoying a trouble-free vehicle? During any visit to our service center, our experts will explain what maintenance tasks will be necessary soon, as well as which ones are optional but wise in the long run. You'll know that you're saving the most money and taking the best care of your Chevy.

Tire Pressure Checks

The Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) in a modern Chevrolet should warn you when one or more tires are under- or over-filled. Each tire's pressure and temperature are measured by a sensor. A warning indicator will inform you if one or more of your tires are at 25% below the manufacturer's suggested cold inflation PSI or lower. Your owner's manual will clarify how much PSI each tire needs, and our team is happy to top up your tires if required, while tackling other service tasks.


What If My Chevy TPMS Is Not Working?

If your Tire Pressure Monitor light illuminates and remains steady with the messages "check tire pressure," "low tire pressure," or "inflate the tire," check and adjust the air pressure levels for all your tires. Use a manual pressure gauge to confirm the levels are correct. If you find that the system is not producing the same reading as your manual check, it may be damaged, faulty, or in need of a new battery. Our team is familiar with servicing and replacing parts for the Chevy TPMS, just as they are with managing Chevy wheels, tires, brakes, oil changes, and more.

With regular use, the battery in your original equipment TPMS sensor can last up to ten years. However, the sensor must be changed when the TPMS battery dies. These and other small but important checks can be performed as part of any routine appointment or general service checkup. By scheduling the occasional appointment at Koons White Marsh Chevrolet, you never have to worry about missing something important.

When To Rotate Chevy Tires

To avoid uneven wear, your tires should be rotated about every 7,500 miles. The patterns that you can choose from depend on whether your vehicle is in front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive, or any kind of four-wheel-drive setup. Vehicles with different-sized front and rear tires may also have a specific rotation order.

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  1. Koons White Marsh Chevrolet

    10207 PHILADELPHIA RD
    WHITE MARSH, MD 21162

    • Sales: (410) 994-7560
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