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When you finally buy a new set of tires that perfectly match your vehicle and lifestyle, you may end up spending a little more than you originally intended. But as the saying goes, you get what you pay for. And with such an important investment like your tires, maintaining them won’t just improve your safety, but save you money as well. Here are some helpful tips from your Omaha Tires shop to help you get the most out of your tires:


A good set of tires will have deep tread, and will have been balanced at a reputable shop like Auto Station for high-speed handling. If you feel your tires jumping all over the road when you drive, they probably need to be re-balanced. A good Omaha Tires shop like Auto Station can do this for you.


You’ll improve gas mileage, have better steering, and give your tread a longer life by keeping your tires properly inflated. Your owner’s manual or an ASE-Certified tech at an Omaha Tires shop can advise you as to what PSI to keep your tires at.


To avoid irregular wear on the inside or outside of your tires, it’s imperative to have you tires re-aligned every other scheduled maintenance visit. By implementing a preventive maintenance plan with your local Omaha Tires shop like Auto Station, your ASE-Certified technician can help you coordinate tire maintenance.

A Good Spare

As vehicle owners, we’ve probably all been inconvenienced at some point with a flat tire. Just remember next time you’re on the side of the road changing a flat that half the battle is having a reliable spare. A good preventive maintenance plan at an Omaha Tires shop will always make sure your spare is ready to go.

If you have any questions about your tires or think you might be ready for a new set, go ahead and stop by or give Auto Station a call at (402) 896-5800!