Shop for New Tires and Get Tire Repair & Replacement in Clovis, CA
Come to Goodguys Tires & Auto Repair in Clovis on Herndon Ave. the next time you need to shop for new tires or need tire repair. We sell major brands of tires and our tire service covers everything from tire rotation to flat repairs.
When you are looking for the best tire shop in Clovis, CA, come visit Goodguys for expert service from our ASE-certified technicians.
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When it’s time to buy new tires for your car or truck, check out our entire selection of tires online. Then schedule an appointment with our tire specialist to discuss what is best for your vehicle. You will get expert advice and input as well as the opportunity to ask all your questions.
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Goodguys Offers All Tire Services & Repairs
Goodguys tire services include the following and more:
- Tire rotation
- Flat tire repair
- Wheel balancing
- Tire pressure check and inflation
- Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) check
No matter how large or small your tire issues are, we treat all of your tire needs with the same level of care. Your tires will be thoroughly inspected for uneven tread wear and the pressure will be checked. Your repairs will be done professionally, our service staff will explain your invoice, and all your questions will be answered.
Clovis Tire Shop FAQs
What is TPMS?
Aren’t balancing and rotating tires the same thing?
What if I don’t need to replace all four tires?
When buying new tires, we recommend replacement of all four tires at the same time. When that’s not possible, buying two is the next best solution. Have those two tires put on the rear and move the other two to the front. Buying only one tire leaves your car with an imbalance that is hard to compensate for, as the tread will be new in only one place on the vehicle.
When not replacing all four tires at the same time, it’s best to purchase the same size and model as the remaining tires.
Should you repair a tire or replace it?
Several factors go into deciding whether to fix a flat tire or replace it. One critical thing for drivers to know is that the tire’s inner liner must still have an airtight seal after the tire goes flat. There is only one way to determine that: to remove the tire and check the liner. Your Goodguys tire shop in Clovis can quickly tell you the condition of the liner.
Here are some other factors to consider about repairing vs. replacing a tire:
You can repair the tire if:
- A puncture is one-quarter inch or less
- The puncture is in the tread
- Two or more punctures are at least 16 inches apart
You need to replace the tire if:
- There is more than one puncture, and they are less than 16 inches apart
- Any of the punctures are bigger than one-quarter inch in diameter
- The puncture is in the sidewall or shoulder of the tire
- The tread has separated
- You can see the steel belt
Goodguys tire mechanics follow the Rubber Manufacturers Association’s strict standards for tire repairs. Your safety is our first concern, so let us look at the tire and advise you of the best action to take. Whether you need a tire repaired or you want to shop for tires, don’t forget to check out our coupons page!
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How many miles should tires last?
The average lifespan of tires is about 50,000 miles. However, tires do wear out, and they should be replaced about every six years. Your safety is paramount, so don’t take a chance on a tire that has less than 50,000 miles on it but is over six years old.
The average is also affected by how you drive, the type of tires you purchase, your vehicle, and the climate where you live. For example, if you live in an extreme climate, routinely tow heavy loads on unpaved roads, and tend to brake hard, your tires will wear faster.
Discuss this with your Goodguys tire mechanics for their professional advice on the best tires for you and your vehicle.
What happens if you don’t rotate your tires?
Your tires will wear faster, your gas mileage will be worse, your vehicle may begin to pull to one side, and the suspension on your car may be damaged in the long run. Each tire wears differently on each wheel assembly, and if it remains in its original position, it will wear more where friction is greatest as the car moves. The vehicle will begin to pull to one side. The tread continues to wear in the same spots, resulting in tires that go flat or blow out.
Moving the tires from one wheel to the other every 5,000 miles evens this wear out as much as possible.