Welcome to Our Tire Change Service Center in Plant City!
Drivers from Lakeland to Zephyrhills can now enjoy the convenience and ease-of-use that our “Find New Tires” feature offers. Insert the make, model, year, trim level, and tire size, and it will show you which set of new tires is right for your vehicle. Whether you’re searching for cheap new tires or need a tire rotation, you can trust the experts at Stingray Chevrolet. When you’re ready, visit our tire change service center in Plant City and let our technicians do the rest!
Visit Our Tire Change Service Center
Some Valrico drivers may find it difficult to gauge when it’s time to visit our tire change service center for a set of new tires. We have new tires for every price range, from cheap new tires to more expensive tires. It’s important to choose the right tire size for your vehicle as an ill-fitting tire can cause damage to your vehicle as well as being a safety hazard to you. Watch out for signs that your vehicle is due for new tires. Some warning signs include:
- Your Tires’ Treads Are Looking Shallow: If you notice that your tires have a low tread depth, then it may be time to take your vehicle in for new tires.
- Tread Wear Indicator Bar: If you see flat rubber bars that align perpendicular to the treads, then this is a good indication that you need to schedule a tire replacement or tire repair appointment.
- Sidewall Cracks: Be on the lookout for cracked sidewalls – this is a definite indicator that something’s wrong.
- Blistering and Bulges: If you notice blisters or bulges building up on the surface of your tires, you need to bring your vehicle in for tire change service ASAP.
- Excessive Vibrations: Lastly, any excessive vibrations beyond what you normally experience while on the streets of Brandon can indicate a tire problem – or something more severe. It’s best to get it checked out and let our car service technicians give you a tire rotation, vehicle alignment, or a set of new tires.
Understanding Tire Size & Tire Numbers
Tire size is indicated by the set of numbers printed on your tires. Tires meant for a passenger vehicle will begin with a P. The first three numbers following the P indicate the width of the tire in millimeters. The next two numbers are the aspect ratio of the tire. If an uppercase R follows the aspect ratio, that means the layers run radially across the tire. The two numbers after the R reflect the wheel diameter, and the last three numbers and letters indicate load index and speed rating. If you find DOT on the sidewall of your new tires, that means the new tires comply with the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards.
Your tire size and tire identification number will differ depending on what type of vehicle you own. Use our “Find New Tires” feature to quickly find out what kind of tires will fit your vehicle properly, and then schedule an appointment with your Plant City service center to have your new tires installed.
Find Cheap New Tires at Stingray Chevrolet!
If you have further questions on getting your tires changed or simply want to know more details about tire numbers and sizes, contact us at Stingray Chevrolet. Our technicians are experts on tire wear and tear and can easily tell you if your tires are due for a tire change. They can also assist you with questions about oil changes or any number of services we offer. We look forward to further educating you on tires sizes, tire numbers, and tire services in general!