Why Shop at the Toyota of Abilene Tire Store
Toyota of Abilene should be the place to shop for all your tire needs. We have the right equipment, tools, and training to ensure a secure and comfortable ride with your new set of tires. We offer all the major brands such as Goodyear and Bridgestone, at prices that are competitive with the national chains and warehouse clubs. We can help you make the trade-off between higher-priced original equipment models or less expensive options while delivering a safe driving experience. Our tire specialists will also handle all needed additional services such as alignment and mounting and balancing.
Nobody knows your Toyota better than we do.
- Tires matched exactly to your vehicle
- Road hazard coverage included on eligible tires
- Factory-trained technicians
Here at Toyota of Abilene, our team of certified technicians are experts when it comes to your truck, passenger vehicle, or performance vehicle’s tires. We carry all major brands and offer a wide range of services, including:
Regular tire rotations help to maximize the life of your tires and ensure a smoother ride, helping you to save money and keep your vehicle safe. When you purchase your tires from us, our premium installation package includes free lifetime tire rotations. For maximum wear, we recommend rotating your tires at least every 5,000 miles.
Balancing your tires helps improve road handling, reduces tire noise and promotes even tire wear. This should be done every time your tires are changed, or when you can hear or feel your tires shimmy. Get your tire balance today and leave the work to our experts here at Toyota of Abilene.
Flat Tire Repair
No matter how common they are, flat tires are a pain. Luckily, whether you’re dealing with a repairable puncture or need a new set of tires, our experts will help get you back on the road in no time.
No matter the season or vehicle, Toyota of Abilene has the tires your vehicle needs to cruise smoothly and safely. Toyota of Abilene carries all major tire brands in stock, with a price guarantee.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you fix a bent rim?
A damaged rim will need to be assessed by our technicians, and we will advise you of your options. Repair may be possible in some cases.
With 4 new tires, do all 4 wheels need wheel weights?
All newly fitted tires should be balanced on the rim for maximum performance and comfort.
Do I need an alignment if I replace 4 tires?
Regular alignment service, about once a year, is recommended for vehicle safety and to maximize the life of your tires. Therefore, we generally recommend an alignment whenever a tire is replaced and certainly when multiple tires are replaced.
How long can a typical car drive after getting a flat tire?
This varies based on many factors, so as soon as you indicate an issue, you should pull over to avoid damaging the wheel or losing control of the vehicle. In newer vehicles, the air pressure indicator should come on quickly if there is a potential issue.
Does fix a flat ruin your tire?
Depending on the exact product used, how it is used, and the tire, it is possible for damage to occur. We recommend using a spare if possible or having roadside assistance tow you to our facility.
What exactly does it mean to ‘balance’ a tire?
Balancing requires putting a mounted wheel and tire on a balancer, which centers the wheel and spins it to determine where the weights should go.
Can a pothole ruin a car’s tires or wheels?
Hitting a pothole can cause bent wheel rims, internal tire damage, alignment problems, and shock and strut issues depending on the severity of the impact.
Do I really need to buy tires in pairs?
In certain situations, tires should be replaced in pairs. Our service advisors with advising you if this is necessary.
Do I need a wheel alignment when replacing one tire?
No, you do not need a wheel alignment when changing one tire, depending on the reason for replacing that tire.
How long does it take to put new tires on a car?
For 4 tires, you should allow up to 2 hours, as we must dismount the existing tires and mount and balance the new tires. This also allows for any issues that may arise such as sealing the bead and performing the alignment and following that up with a road test. Often, the service can be completed much more quickly, and we will get you on your way as fast as we can.