At Cergizan’s Auto and Truck Repair, we understand the important role that your tires play in both the safety and performance of your vehicle. That is why we offer a comprehensive range of tires and tire services. If you are looking for the best tire services and tires Chesterton, IN has to offer, call in the experts at Cergizan’s.
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When you invest in a new set of tires, it is important that you get a set that is dependable, strong, and ideal for your vehicle and driving habits. When you come to Cergizan’s Auto and Truck Repair for your new tires, our experts will help you choose the best tires for your vehicle and your budget.
Once you have chosen and purchased your tires, our ASE Certified mechanics will expertly install them on your vehicle so you can have peace of mind knowing that your vehicle is safe and dependable.
The health of your tires is critical to their safety as well as the overall safety of your vehicle. If they are overinflated, underinflated, or have low tire tread, it puts you at risk for a blowout, skidding, and other potentially dangerous situations. By checking your tire tread and inflation on a regular basis you will not only keep the safety of your vehicle in check, but you will also be able to maintain the performance and fuel efficiency of your vehicle.
When your tire has picked up a nail or experienced similar damage, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you need to replace it. In some instances, the tire can be safely repaired so you don’t have to purchase a new tire before you were planning to.
If your tire is damaged, bring it to our shop for an inspection. Depending on the size, type, and location of the damage, we may be able to keep your tire on the road for miles and miles to come. We always put your safety first and foremost when you come to Cergizan’s Auto and Truck Repair which is why we will never perform a tire repair if it can’t be done safely.
Your tires have a lot riding on them, but that weight isn’t necessarily distributed evenly. In order to ensure that all four of your tires wear evenly, we recommend that you have them rotated in to redistribute that weight. The general guideline for how frequently you should rotate your tires is ever six months or every 6,000-8,000 miles.