Marana Tire Shop & Tire Repair Services
The easiest way to extend the life of your tires and stay safely on the road is by keeping your tires properly maintained. For a professional tire shop near you, look no further than BRAKEmax Tire & Service Centers’ Marana auto repair location. Our expert technicians can help maintain tire performance and safety through a full range of tire and wheel services as well as meet your needs when it comes to new tires.
Your Local Source For Quality New Tires
BRAKEmax Tire & Service Centers can help you get the best new tires for your vehicle, whether you drive a daily driver car or an off-road truck, or anything in between. Our manufacturer-trained specialists will help you select the best tires for your vehicle’s performance, without breaking the bank.
We’re proud to carry tires from trusted manufacturers including Dunlop, Goodyear, Firestone, and more.
Complete Tire & Wheel Services in Marana
You can trust the ASE-certified technicians at BRAKEmax Tire & Service Centers Marana if you have a flat tire or need any other tire/wheel services. Our full range of expert tire repairs and wheel services include:
Flat Tire Repairs
A flat tire doesn’t have to ruin your day. If you need tire repair, our tire experts can get you back on the road quickly and safely. Every repair service will meet the Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA) guidelines for safe and effective tire repairs.
Tire Rotations & Balancing
As normal tire wear occurs over time, one or more of your tires may wear quicker than the others. To ensure even wear and maximize tire lifespan, regular tire rotations are critical. We recommend tire rotation at the 5,000-mile mark for new tires. Then, a schedule of every 6,000 to 8,000 miles is recommended past the tires’ initial 5,000 miles.
We also offer professional tire balancing services. This will correct vibrations you may be feeling in the steering wheel or floorboard at high speeds, as well as an uneven cupped wear pattern on your tires.
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Services
Underinflated tires are the leading cause of tire failures. Because of this, during tire service, we’ll inspect your tires and ensure each one is at the correct pressure. We also specialize in TPMS repairs and services. Your vehicle’s Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) is what monitors the tire pressure and will alert you if one becomes low.
Save With Tire Discounts & Service Specials
Searching for tire discounts near you? You’ve come to the right place! Make sure to check our coupons page for all of the latest specials on new tires, repairs, and service.
Also, with our low-price promise, we offer a price match guarantee on new tires if you find a lower locally advertised price elsewhere.
Schedule Your Tire Appointment Online Now
You can trust the expert team at BRAKEmax Tire & Service Centers’ Marana for new tires, a full range of tire and wheel services, and any other auto service needs you may have as well. Schedule your appointment today!
Tire Shop FAQs
What are the best ways to protect the life of my tires?
A new set of tires can be a sizable investment. There are ways to protect that investment and also protect your safety. All quality tire stores recommend that you:
- Keep the tires properly inflated
- Get the tires rotated every 5,000 miles
- Have the tires aligned and balanced twice a year
Many tire repairs result from neglecting worn tires. These above tasks are part of any good tire shop preventative maintenance program, so don’t put them off.
What is normal wear on tires?
Normal wear for a tire is even wear of tread depth all the way around the tire and from side to side. Safe tread depth is more than 1/16 inch deep. This can be assessed by inserting a penny into the tread with Lincoln’s head toward the tire. If the top of his head is visible, it’s time to replace the tire.
Feel free to seek advice from BRAKEmax if you’re unsure whether your tires are in top condition. Make an appointment at our Marana location with our technicians.
What signs of tire wear should I look for?
In addition to checking tread depth as described above, signs of tire wear include:
- Cracks in a sidewall
- Bulges or blister-type spots
- Embedded foreign objects
- Visible wear indicators in the tread
These issues should be addressed as quickly as possible. Set an appointment today!
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