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Care for Your Tires at Liccardi Chrysler Dodge Ram

Did you know that your car's tires are its most important safety features? If your tires are in poor shape, advanced driver-aids and even your brakes will struggle to work effectively, which can put you and those around you at risk. That's why it's so important to care for your tires, understand what kinds of services they need and why, recognize the warning signs that could indicate the need to have your tires replaced. Fortunately, our team here at Liccardi Chrysler Dodge Ram is here to help with all your tire needs in the Edison area!

How can I help my tires last longer?

One of the best ways to get the most out of your tires is to treat them to regular professional tire service here at our Mopar service center. Our service center has all the tools and talents needed to provide your vehicle with precise, reliable care that inspires confidence at every turn.

So, what kinds of services benefit your vehicle the most? Here's an overview of some of the most important routine maintenance items that can help you extend the lifespan of your tires:

  • Tire Rotation: Most cars benefit the most from getting a tire rotation every six months or around 6,000 miles. Tire rotations change the position of your tires on your vehicle, such as swapping the front tires with the rear tires, to help them wear down more evenly. Even tire tread helps your car gain better traction, which aids in both acceleration and stopping.
  • Wheel Alignment: If your wheels are out of alignment, you might notice unusual or excessive wear on your tires. Wheel alignment issues can crop up over time as a result of everyday driving, but events like hitting the curb or driving over potholes can expedite the process and create more immediate issues. Scheduling regular wheel alignment inspections can help you get ahead of alignment problems and deal with them before they do a number on your tires.
  • Tire Pressure Check: Check your tire pressure periodically per your owner's manual to make sure that your tires are properly inflated. Over- or underinflated tires can wear down faster and force you to replace your tires prematurely. We're happy to do this for you to ensure that your tires have the right amount of air pressure.

If you ever have any questions about your tires or what you can do to help them last longer, our team at our service center near Green Brook and Piscataway is ready to help!




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How can I tell if my tires need to be replaced?

Checking your tires' tread depth is an easy way to gauge the condition of your tires. If your tires are too worn, they can't gain the traction they need to help your car move safely and efficiently around Bridgewater, and you might find that it takes longer to stop. So, keeping an eye on your tread is a great way to keep track of how your tires are doing.

A simple way to test tread depth is with the Penny Test. Slip a penny headfirst between your tire's tread and check to see if you can still spot the top of Lincoln's head. If you can, you should replace your tires. We can help you shop for a new set so that you can be sure that you get the right size, type, and brand for your vehicle.

Where can I schedule tire service near me?

If your car demands tire service or new tires near Plainfield and North Plainfield, our team is here to help you tackle all your tire needs. Schedule service online or give us a call to set up an appointment, and we'll be happy to help you get the most out of your tires!

Contact

Liccardi Chrysler Dodge Ram

130 Route 22 West
Directions Green Brook, NJ 08812

  • Sales: 7324747534
  • Service: (732) 752-7373
  • Parts: (732) 752-7373
  1. Liccardi Chrysler Dodge Ram

    130 Route 22 West
    Green Brook, NJ 08812

    • Sales: 7324747534
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