Kansas Tire, Auto & Diesel Service, is a leader in offering name brand tires, and wheels for customers located in and around the Parsons, KS area. Customer Service is number one with Kansas Tire, Auto & Diesel Service. Our well-trained staff specializes in the sale and installation of all tires, including passenger car, performance, light truck or SUV tires. Are you ready for a fresh new look for your vehicle? Custom wheels and rims are also available at Kansas Tire, Auto & Diesel Service!
Day to day driving can cause changes in the distribution of weight around the tire and wheel assembly. Balancing your wheels minimizes potential vibrations felt in the steering wheel, seat, or floorboard and help in proper tire wear. Balancing your wheels can provide a smoother ride, reduced tire wear, and improved comfort. The smallest difference in weight within a tire and wheel assembly can cause a great deal of damage and driving discomfort. A computerized wheel balance service will return the balance of your vehicles wheels to factory specifications and should be done every 4,000 to 6,000 miles for the life of the tires. Kansas Tire, Auto & Diesel Service, Auto & Diesel Service offers professional and affordable tire balancing in Parsons, Kansas
Tires are no longer just rubber and oil. Instead, they are made up of several layers of materials, each playing its own role in how the tire functions. Today's tires last longer and are less prone to dangerous blowouts than older tires. They are also better at maintaining contact with the road and can even help a car's performance. Choosing the right tires has drastically changed over the years. As an example, a vehicle towing heavy weight will need a high load rating tire. If a vehicle is driven in an area with heavy rain or snow, you might prefer the purchase tires with a better traction rating, the life expectancy of a tire depends on road conditions, driving habits, usage and the type of tire. Your tires need to be changed at the very least, every 4 years. The rubber in the tires dries out over time. This can lead to cracking, greater stress on the tire's infrastructure and catastrophic failure. A great drive starts with properly installed tires! In Parsons, Kansas we have professionally trained staff on hand to provide the best tires and tire installation in the industry.
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
A Tire Pressure Monitoring System often referred to as TPMS is an electronic system designed to monitor the air pressure inside your tires. Tire pressure monitoring systems report real time tire pressure information to you through a gauge, dash display, or a warning light. Your TPMS is designed to alert you when a tire is under inflated. Low tire pressure can have a negative impact on driving safety; vehicle handling, fuel efficiency, and tire tread life. Tire pressure monitoring systems have a battery in the sensor which means the sensor will need to be replaced periodically. You should have your TPMS system serviced every time you change your tires. In Parsons, Kansas can replace your valve sensors or provide you with a complete service kit depending on your TPMS needs.
At Kansas Tire, Auto & Diesel Service, Auto & Diesel Service no appointment is necessary for a Tire Repair. Please visit our Parsons, KS location anytime! A flat tire can leave you stranded along the side of the road; it can cause the rim of the wheel to ride on the tire tread or the ground resulting in the loss of control of your vehicle, it can cause a tire to blowout, or worse. The most common causes of flat tires can be a leaky valve stem, a puncture in the tire, a leak between the tire and wheel, a leak in your wheel and more. Should you have a flat tire while driving, slow down and pull over to the side of the road as soon as it is safe. Do not stop in the middle of the road. Turning on your hazard flashers and raising the hood has become a universal sign for help. Stop in to Parsons, Kansas today and let our tire repair experts take a look at your tires today.
Tire Rotations can extend the life of your tires, improve gas mileage, and ensure that your car handles the way it was intended to handle when you make a sudden turn or stop. A Tire Rotation involves moving the tires to a different location around the car so that they wear evenly. Without a proper rotation your tires can wear differently based on the position they are on the vehicle and can cause some tires to wear faster than others. The weight of a vehicle is not distributed evenly to all four corners and moving your tires to a new position will help them wear evenly. Uneven wear can also be the result of a mechanical problem with your vehicle. Let in Kansas Tire, Auto & Diesel Service, in Parsons, KS rotate your tires and perform a vehicle inspection today.