Tire Repair | Larry H. Miller Chrysler Jeep Avondale

We are here to help you if you are in need of some tire services. Anywhere from patching tires, rotating tires, to replacing tires, we can get the job done. Our certified technicians will evaluate your tires to make sure they are in proper shape for optimal driving.  We also sell tires within the dealership itself, so if you are in need of new tires, please see our service department. Feel free to call (855) 230-1723 with questions you have about your tires.

FAQ - Tires

  • How often should i replace my tires?
  • Tires should be replaced at 3/32nds or below when measuring tread depth. also, if tires are dry rotted or show any physical damage
  • How will i know if my tires need to be replaced?
  • Why does my tire pressure matter?
    • Stopping distance:
    • With properly inflated tires, the tread contact with the pavement is maximized allowing your vehicle to stop within a shorter distance.
    • Ride and handling:
    • Proper tire pressure insures the vehicle ride response to be within the tire specs for the vehicle.
    • Fuel economy:
    • Will increase mpg and keep it closer to manufacturer spec. underinflated or overinflated will decrease mpg
    • Tread wear:
    • Improperly inflated will cause abnormal wear. i.e. feathering, cupping and flat spots
    • Load bearing:
    • Proper inflation insures a safer ride when carrying heavy loads. overinflated or underinflated tires can cause handling and mpg issues
  • How do i determine the appropriate tire pressure for my car?
  • Follow the manufacturer specifications on the driver door sticker
  • How often and why should i rotate my tires?
  • Follow manufacturer requirements found in the owners manual. Every 3k to 5k miles normally. consistent rotation insures even tread wear and will help the tires last longer
  • Should i change my tires when the seasons change?
  • Only if residing in climates that are severe—normally winter climates. Or if the manufacturer requires it.
  • What do the letters and symbols mean on the sidewall of the tire?
  • (i.e. p205/65r16) p=passenger tire. 205= width of the tires in millimeters. 65=ratio of height to width of tires(aspect ratio). r=radial. 16=diameter of wheel in inches