Tire Change in Edmonton, Alberta

Tire Change in Edmonton, Alberta

There are many important components on your vehicle, but none more vital than your tires. As the only part of your vehicle that comes in contact with the road below, it is important to make sure that you keep your tires in top form. Automotive consumers from St. Albert, Sherwood Park, Beaumont, Leduc, Spruce Grove, Devon, Stony Plain, Fort Saskatchewan and surrounding areas of Alberta are invited to a state-of-the-art service centre at Great West Chrysler. Along with our parts centre, we are equipped to provide you all your tire needs from wheel alignments to balancing and, let's not forget, expert purchase advice. We invite you to visit and determine why we are the best choice for all your tire needs. Schedule an appointment online and continue reading to find out more about some of our frequently asked questions.

Why is it Important to have your Wheels Aligned by Experts?

There are many places that automotive consumers can have their wheels aligned, but it is always best to bring it to the experts. Not only do we have factory trained technicians but state of the art equipment that is sure to diagnose the problem right the first time.

Why Should I Purchase Winter Tires?

Winter tires are highly recommended in areas where it snows during the winter season. They are designed and engineered with a different rubber compound that can withstand temperatures below 7 degrees, and their tread pattern features various grooves to give you maximum traction.

What Should I Look For When Buying Tires?

There are so many tire options for automotive consumers. However, it is best to use tires that were designed and engineered to fit your vehicle. It is best to refer to the service or parts department, and they will be able to assist you with making the right choice. Manufacturer recommended tires are the best option.

How Often Should I Check for Tire Pressure?

Tire pressure needs to be checked on a regular basis, especially in colder temperatures. If your tires are low on pressure, it can have an adverse effect on your vehicle's performance and fuel consumption.

What if my Tire Pressure is too High or Low

If your tires are overinflated, then they will have less contact with the road, which results in less traction and grip. If your tire is underinflated, it will have too much contact with the road, which may cause uneven wear and poor fuel consumption. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact us.

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