Got a tire that’s flat, punctured, or losing pressure? Bring it to us. If we can repair your tire without replacing it, we’ll do it for free.‡ If a repair isn’t possible, we’ll do everything we can to quickly set you up with a new one at a fair price.
How do I know I need my tire repaired or replaced?
Wondering if your tread’s okay? Ask Honest Abe.
Insert a penny into your tire’s grooves with Lincoln's head facing in. If you can still see the top of Abe's head, your tread is too worn and your tire should be replaced.
Our service begins with a careful internal and external inspection of your tire by one of our experts to determine the cause and extent of any damage. This allows us to determine if your tire can be repaired, or will need to be replaced.
If your flat tire, run-flat tire, or underinflated tire is fixable, we’ll repair it in accordance with the Rubber Manufacturers Association's (RMA) guidelines at no cost to you by properly plugging or patching any punctures from the inside.
If your tire can’t be repaired, we’ll replace it with a quality new one suited to your needs. We’ll also rebalance your tires, and if necessary, reactivate your tire pressure monitoring system.
If your tire is flat, a proper tire repair can help you avoid purchasing a new tire before your old one has reached the end of its useful life. And if it’s leaking air slowly, a proper repair will help it maintain its air pressure, so you can avoid an unexpected flat before it happens.
Stay ready for anything by inspecting your tires at least once a month for signs of damage. If any are present, or if you are experiencing continuous pressure loss, come see us so we can dismount the tire in question to inspect it and determine if a repair can be made.
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*Not all tires can be repaired. Specific repair limits should be based on recommendations or repair policy of the tire manufacturer and/or type of tire service (e.g. service description, run-flat technology, commercial service applications, etc.)