Complete Tire Repair and New Tire Deals in Sanger, CA

Goodguys Tires & Auto Repair can take care of all of your automotive needs, whether you are in the market for a new set of tires or need a simple tire repair. 

When you bring your vehicle into our tire shop in Sanger, ASE-certified mechanics will inspect your tires, look for uneven tire wear, measure the tire tread for safe levels, and advise you on any course of action, if needed. 

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When you need to shop for tires, schedule an appointment at Goodguys. You can compare tires as well as prices until you find the best tire for your needs. Our tire specialists will be there to answer all your questions. You can also browse the entire selection of tires online, both by tire size and vehicle before you come in. 

Goodguys sells Bridgestone, Goodyear, Firestone, Cooper, Hankook, and Yokohama tires, to name a few. Whatever your tire needs, we can help!

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Superior Quality Tire Service & Repairs

No matter what tire service or repair you need, Goodguys auto repair shop in Sanger is ready to help you with: 

  • Tire rotation
  • Flat tire repair
  • Wheel balancing
  • Tire pressure check and inflation
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) check

We are also committed to offering the best tire deals in the area, with specials every day. Check out our deals on the coupon page!

Financing Options Available

Tire expenses don’t always fit into your current budget. Goodguys offers several financing options, so check here! You can take advantage of specials on tires and services, plus a competitive APR and more.

Sanger Tire Shop FAQs

How Often Should I Get My Tires Rotated?

Having your tires rotated regularly will prolong the life of your tires. The tire tread will wear more evenly on all four tires, allowing you to drive longer on the tires. Experts recommend tire rotation every 3,000 to 5,000 miles. Ask a Goodguys tire specialist to add rotation to your regular preventative maintenance schedule.

What Is The Standard Pressure For Tires?

The recommended pressure depends on your tires and your vehicle. Check your owner’s manual first or inside the driver’s door for the recommended pressure. Maintaining proper pressure for your vehicle is part of Goodguys tire service, too.

What Is TPMS?

It stands for tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) and is designed to alert you when the pressure in your tires falls below the recommended levels. Pay attention to the dashboard TPMS alert when it lights up and have your tires checked right away.

When Can A Tire Be Repaired?

A tire can usually be repaired if the puncture is in the tread area and is ¼ inch or less in diameter. Two punctures at the same time can still be repaired if they are 16 inches apart or more.

Tires should be replaced if:

  • The puncture is ¼ inch in diameter or more
  • The sidewall or shoulder of the tire is punctured
  • There are multiple punctures closer together than 16 inches

The tire pros at our Sanger tire shop can inspect your tire and let you know whether it’s better to have it repaired or replaced.

What is the best schedule for checking tire pressure?

Even the best tires gradually lose air, so checking your tire pressure at least once every month is wise. There are other situations where it’s a good idea to double-check tire pressure, too. These include after you’ve parked your vehicle for several hours, when you’re planning to carry a heavy load, and when you’re getting ready for an extended trip.

Do I need to check my tires manually if my car has a TPMS?

A tire pressure monitoring system can be incredibly helpful, but these systems can only let you know when underinflation reaches a predetermined level. That can cause problems since you can experience extra tire wear and lower fuel efficiency due to tire pressure that’s low but not low enough to trigger your TPMS. Taking a few moments to check your tire pressure on your own isn’t difficult, and quick tire checks could save you a great deal of time and money in the future.

What should I look for during a tire inspection?

While you’re inspecting your tires, keep an eye out for these red flags:

  • Damage: If a tire has sustained severe damage on its side or tread, it may need to be replaced. Cracks, bulges, holes, splits, and cuts all qualify as significant tire damage.
  • Embedded objects: It isn’t unusual for tire treads to pick up road debris such as stones, glass, or metal. Removing these embedded things when you spot them can prevent them from causing problems down the line.
  • Treadwear: Your tires’ treads may be wearing unevenly if you haven’t taken your car in for tire service lately. If your wear is worse on one side than it is on the other (or your radial tires have exposed steel), it’s time to get the professionals involved.
  • Tread depth: A shallow tread can cause real problems for your car, including an increased risk of skidding. Insert a penny into your tread with the portrait upside down to test your tread depth. If you can still see the top of Lincoln’s head, you probably need to shop for tires.

Do I need to replace all my tires at once?

When it’s time to shop for tires, you may want to save money by minimizing the number of tires you need to buy. That’s certainly understandable, but whether or not this will work depends on the state of your other three tires. If those tires haven’t lost much tread depth, you could potentially replace a single tire.

However, it’s crucial to note that this can cause problems for AWD systems since these systems require all four tires to spin at an identical speed. Furthermore, replacing only one tire can affect anti lock braking systems on certain cars. If you need tire advice, feel free to ask our team for help!

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