When out traveling the streets and backroads of the Milford, Manchester or Middletown areas, having a good set of tires is paramount. That’s why our tire centers supply only the best products for your specific make and model.

So, if you recently asked yourself, “Where can I find tire quality tire repair near me?” look no further than Key Cars!

To learn more about keeping your tires ready for what’s next, check out our overview before scheduling service today!


Tire Repair

How Often Do I need Tire Repair?

Under typical driving conditions, the majority of tires have a lifespan between 40,000 to 60,000 miles. City drivers or people who often carry heavy loads should anticipate replacing their tires sooner rather than later.

To help you better plan for these moments, our friendly service pros can track the health of your tires and even send reminders when you’re due for an inspection. If you need help picking out the right set, we welcome you to browse our tire center site or by visiting us in person.


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Inspecting Tire Tread

3 Ways to Extend the Life of Your Tires

Your car was built for exploring, not sitting in the shop. To help maximize your tire’s lifespan, there are a few simple things you can do, including:

Check Your PSI Levels Monthly

PSI stands for “pounds per square inch” and plays a critical role in helping to steer and slow down your vehicle. Not only do under/overinflated tires make driving difficult, but it also can affect your engine’s overall performance.

To figure out your tire’s appropriate PSI level, refer to your owner’s manual. You also can often find this information posted inside your driver’s side door well.

Rotate Your Tires

As the old adage goes, “the best defense is a good offense.” That means being proactive when it comes to tire health. A good rule of thumb is to rotate your vehicle’s tires every 5,000 to 10,000 miles.

Not only does this allow each tire to wear down evenly, but it also gives our technicians the opportunity to perform a thorough inspection.

Inspect Your Treads

The treads on your tires are designed to firmly grip the surface of the road. Over time, you’ll start to notice they’ll become shallower. Tires with overly worn treads lack proper braking power and are prone to slipping.

An easy way to check your tire treads is by inserting a penny into each tire’s tread well. Make sure that Lincoln is facing towards you and his head is pointing into the tire. If all or most of his face is visible, immediately schedule an appointment to have the tire replaced.


Schedule Tire Repair near Me

Give your vehicle a solid foundation from which to explore the Milford, Manchester, and Middletown area. That start with picking out a quality set of tires!

At Key Cars, we’re here to help you through every phase of car ownership. From our state-of-the-art service center to our experienced team of pros, we aim to exceed your expectations.

Visit any of our tire center locations or schedule an online appointment today!


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