Tire Service and Rotation in Baltimore, MD

Koons White Marsh Chevrolet Tires

A vehicle's tires are indispensable to its safe operation. While a driver can have the best engine, transmission, suspension system, features, and options on the market, it will all amount to nothing without a well-maintained tire, wheel, and rotor setup. The Koons White Marsh Chevrolet's tire center can help care for your tire-related needs. We'll go into all we offer at our tire center below.

Tire Service in White Marsh, MD


Repairing and Replacing Flats

Flat tires are among the most common issues drivers face on the road today. They're usually caused by any number of on- and off-road hazards. Sharp objects, pothole-heavy paved roads, and overly rocky off-road trails are just some examples of what can cause this damage. There are a few easy-to-spot indications that your tires are flat or on their way to becoming so.

The low-pressure light on your dash will light if one of your tires is low on air. You should be able to tell which tire is impacted at a glance if you have a tire-specific pressure monitoring system. Unusual vibrations and grinding sounds are also signs of flat tires. The grinding sound usually comes from the wheel, or worse, the rotor, grinding along the ground through a thin or absent barrier. Repeated thumping or pounding sounds can be created by tires that have suffered more significant damage.

Vehicles with flat tires are also harder to steer. If your car is tilting sharply to one corner, odds are you have a flat on that end. No matter what caused your flat, don't worry. Our tire center pros can probably seal the breach and make the tire almost as good as new. If the poor thing is too far gone, they'll gladly replace it with a new one.




Tire Balancing

Tire balance makes the difference between having a long-lasting set of tires that wear evenly and a short-lived set that wears unevenly. Tires with uneven wear patterns are hazardous, especially when different tires wear in significantly different ways. Such chaotic wear patterns can severely hamper vehicle traction and general stability.

Tires with these patterns pop far more easily than their evenly worn counterparts. Ideally, balanced tires will see minimal driving vibration and turn resistance. Drivers should have their tires balanced once every two years or 7,500 miles, whichever comes first. New tires should always be balanced as soon as installed.

Tire Rotation

Tire rotation is switching tires' wheel positions to maximize their operating life spans by reducing wear. Rotation benefits vehicles with very different use patterns between front and rear tires, such as work trucks and sport utility vehicles. Tire rotations should be done every 5,000 to 7,000 miles. Every vehicle's owner's manual should contain more precise mile limits. Different classes of tires are meant to be rotated according to different patterns. Performance tires, for instance, can only be rotated from the front to the rear.

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  1. Koons White Marsh Chevrolet

    10207 PHILADELPHIA RD
    WHITE MARSH, MD 21162

    • Sales: (410) 994-7560
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