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If you are looking for an expert tire shop in Tucson, look no further than BRAKEmax Tire & Service Centers! Our technicians are not just automotive experts—they are truly Tucson’s tire experts, as well. Whether your vehicle is a high-performance luxury ride, an off-road beast, a daily driver, or something in between, we can get you the best new tires for your vehicle—guaranteed. Our manufacturer-trained experts can help you find the right balance between price and longevity without sacrificing quality and without breaking the bank.

BRAKEmax is proud to carry tires from all major manufacturers such as Dunlop Tires and Goodyear.

Check out our convenient online tool below to shop for new tires by tire size, vehicle, or even your license plate number. You’ll be able to see a variety of quality tire options that fit your specific vehicle, as well as the latest deals directly from tire manufacturers.

Have questions about which tires might be the best for your vehicle? Stop by or call your nearest BRAKEmax location to speak to one of our knowledgeable associates about our selection of affordable tires—you’ll be glad you did!

Low Tire Prices Starting from Only $31.99  Find the right tires for your needs.

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We Make High-Quality Tires as Affordable as Possible

Getting high-quality tires that can be trusted on your vehicle should not be something you struggle to afford. That is why, at BRAKEmax Tire & Service Centers, we strive to make new tires as affordable as possible.

One way we do that is with frequent tire deals. With our Manager’s Specials, you can take advantage of these incredibly affordable tire prices.

Need to buy new tires but don’t have the money? Use the Goodyear Credit Card provided by BRAKEmax for special financing options on your tires. See an associate for details on how to take advantage of this easy payment plan.

The BRAKEmax Low Price Promise

BRAKEmax has a low price promise which means, quite simply, that we will not be undersold. If you are shopping for tires and come across a lower price, bring in the locally advertised price, and we will match it. Combining the low price promise with the best service in the business means that you can’t go wrong with BRAKEmax—More than brakes… complete car (and tire) care!

Top-Quality Professional Tire Services

Our ASE-certified technicians can not only help ensure that you have the best new tires for your vehicle (and budget), but they can also take care of important tire maintenance services. Each BRAKEmax Tire & Service Centers location offers new tire installation and mounting, as well as:

Tire Balancing

A properly balanced tire ensures that the weight is evenly distributed around the entire diameter of your wheel. This is important in helping to avoid excessive vibration and uneven tread wear, which can lead to a need for tire repair or even early replacement.

Tire Rotation

Your vehicle’s tires wear at varying rates. Regular tire rotations will ensure that your tires wear more evenly, extending the life of the tire tread. The best routine to follow is to have your tires rotated at the same time as each oil change.

Wheel Alignment

Uneven tire wear can also be minimized when your vehicle’s wheels are in proper alignment. A wheel alignment service ensures that your wheels or tires are in proper position relative to each other and the road and that they are spinning optimally. Your vehicle’s alignment should be checked at least once a year or after hitting a pothole, curb, or other obstacle. 

We’ve Got You Covered with Emergency Roadside Assistance

When you purchase new tires from any of our BRAKEmax Tire & Service Centers locations, you can rest easy knowing that, if you need emergency roadside assistance, we’ve got you covered. 

You’ll get 12 months of complimentary 24/7 coverage through Roadside Protect Motor Club in the event that something happens out on the road, and you need assistance. This coverage entitles you to one roadside service call for things like:

  • Flat tire change
  • Fuel delivery service
  • Battery assistance
  • Towing assistance
  • Winch pull out
  • Lockout assistance

How to Extend the Life of New Tires

Brand-new tires can definitely be an investment. But having good tires on your vehicle is a necessity for both its handling and your safety on the road. By being mindful of a few things and including your tires in your preventative maintenance routine, you can help keep your tires in good shape longer. 

Some of the ways you can extend the life of your tires include:

1. Check Your Tires’ Air Pressure Regularly

Maintaining proper air pressure is one of the easiest ways to extend the life of tire tread. Improper air pressure can increase the wear and tear on your tires and increase the risk of a blowout. It can also increase stopping distance, cause sluggish handling, and reduce your fuel mileage. So, ensuring that your tires are at the proper pressure not only helps extend the life of your tires, but also ensures your vehicle’s safety, and saves you money at the pump.

2. Rotate the Tires Every 5,000 Miles

In most cases, only two wheels “drive” the vehicle at a time, which naturally causes uneven tire wear. On front-wheel drive vehicles, the front tires wear faster, and on rear-wheel-drive vehicles, the back tires will wear faster. All-wheel drive vehicles can also see uneven wear when they routinely shift the drive from one wheel to another. Having your tires rotated to different positions on the vehicle roughly every 5,000 miles will help even out tread wear and help your tires last longer.

3. Keep Your Tires Balanced

Every wheel assembly has a heavy spot in it. No tire is perfect, even when brand new, and even a tiny difference in weight can cause vibration and uneven wear while driving. Having your tires’ balancing checked regularly will help ensure this doesn’t happen. As the tires wear, the tiny weights used to balance the tire may need to be changed or moved. When you are having your tires rotated, it’s also a great time to get them balanced.

4. Have Your Alignment Checked Twice a Year

The smallest misalignment of your vehicle can increase uneven tread wear and reduce fuel efficiency. So, the best routine is to have your vehicle’s wheel alignment checked every six months. Hitting a large pothole or curb can also knock the alignment out, so if that happens bring your vehicle in to be checked ASAP. An alignment problem can cause your vehicle to actively pull to one side or cause the steering wheel to vibrate.

5. Be Mindful of Your Driving Habits

When tires are squealing, that sound you hear is the rubber of the tread being left on the road. Grinding them on curves does just as much damage. So, if you want your tires to last, be mindful of your driving habits, and take it easy on the road. This is especially true on bad roads or broken pavement.

BRAKEmax Tire & Service Centers is the One-Stop Tire Shop You Can Count On

With multiple convenient locations throughout the Tucson area, BRAKEmax Tire & Service Centers is the local tire shop you can count on not only for all of your tire needs but for any other auto service you may need, as well. Book your appointment online today!

Low Tire Prices Starting from Only $31.99

Have questions? Call us now at (888) 334-7449.


What Do All of the Letters and Numbers on the Tire’s Sidewall Mean?

The chain of letters and numbers stamped onto the tire’s sidewall is where you’ll find important information like the type and size of the tire. The first letter in the chain indicates the tire type. A “P” indicates a passenger tire, while an “LT” indicates a light truck tire.

After the first letter(s), you’ll see three numbers before a slash. These numbers indicate the width of the tire tread, or section width, in millimeters. Then, after the slash and before the “R” are two numbers that indicate the aspect ratio. This is expressed as the percentage of the tire tread that is the sidewall; the larger this number, the larger the sidewall. Finally, the last two numbers after the “R” indicate the rim’s diameter in inches.

As an example, let’s say that the series of letters and numbers on a tire is P245/45R18. This would mean:

It’s a passenger tire.
The section width is 245mm.
The aspect ratio is 45, meaning the sidewall height is 45% of 245mm, or 110.25mm.
The rim diameter is 18in.

The experts at any one of our convenient tire stores in Tucson can help you decipher this information on your tires and pinpoint the perfect replacement tires for your vehicle. We also frequently offer great deals to help make getting new, high-quality tires even more affordable.

If I Have Two Good Tires and Two Worn Tires, Where Should the Good Tires Go?

In this situation, most tire experts will agree that the less-worn tires should be on the rear of the vehicle to help prevent the possibility of fishtailing. This is the case no matter if the vehicle is rear-wheel, front-wheel, or all-wheel drive.

Should I Also Have a Wheel Alignment Done When I Get New Tires?

One of the best ways to protect and help extend the life of your new tires is to make sure that they are in proper alignment from the start. When they are, your tires will be spinning properly and in the optimal position relative to each other and the road. This significantly helps minimize uneven tire wear and allows your tires and suspension to perform optimally.

This is also why regular alignment checks are so important. Misalignment can easily be caused by things like hitting a large pothole or driving over a curb. If you’ve experienced something like this recently, or you’re noticing an increase in wear along a tire’s outer edge, bring your vehicle in for an alignment check ASAP.

Couldn’t I Just Rotate My Tires Myself?

Technically, yes, you could. But the more important question is, should you? A proper tire rotation is best left to the professionals. Here at BRAKEmax Tire & Service Centers, our expert technicians will rotate your tires in the best pattern of movement and ensure proper positioning. We will also check the air pressure of each tire and inspect them for any indication of other issues that should be addressed.

The BRAKEmax Difference
  • Southern Arizona’s trusted auto service company since 1997
  • ASE-Certified Master Technicians
  • Commitment to superior Customer Service
  • 15 convenient neighborhood locations
  • Hours: Open Monday – Friday 7:30am – 6pm; Saturday 8:00am – 5:00pm, CLOSED on Sunday
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