North Las Vegas Auto Repair
Complete car repair services from the North Las Vegas experts.
Tire Works Total Car Care—our name says it all! We’re your one-stop shop for the North Las Vegas auto repair services you need for your car or truck. Here’s where you’ll find the best products, parts, service, and price from friendly, experienced auto repair professionals.
Quality service you can count on.
Every technician at Tire Works is ASE-Certified, so we can meet nearly any auto repair need you have. Our experts have factory training to ensure you get the best car care possible. Our master technicians provide these auto services and more:
Make sure your vehicle’s engine stays in top condition with regular oil changes and oil filter replacements at your North Las Vegas Tire Works location. We recommend having your oil changed every 3,000 miles to keep your car or truck running longer. We use only the highest-quality oils, including synthetic blends and full synthetic oil from Valvoline. While you’re in for your oil change, we’ll also inspect other fluid levels and your air filter.
We’ll make sure you have brakes you can depend on with our full range of brake services, including:
- A visual inspection of your vehicle’s brake friction and hydraulic system
- The replacement of brake pads and/or brake shoes
- The resurfacing of your drums and/or rotors where applicable
- A check and repacking of your wheel bearings if needed
If you hear grinding or squealing sounds, have diminishing resistance in the pedal when you brake, have a vibration in the pedal, or your car pulls to one side when you brake, don’t wait to schedule an appointment for service from the Tire Works brake specialists.
Car air conditioning services
Regular maintenance of your AC system can help ensure that your vehicle’s AC doesn’t start blowing warm air in the middle of a hot Nevada summer. Our factory-trained AC pros offer all of the car AC repair services you need, from compressor and leak checks, to condenser cleaning and a complete evacuation and recharge if needed.
Tire repair and replacement
There’s only one place to go for tire service in the North Las Vegas area: The tire experts at Tire Works. Our technicians have training from the best tire manufacturers, so we can take care of anything you need, including tire rotation, tire repairs, wheel balancing, tire pressure monitoring system issues, and more.
We also carry a wide selection of tires from the leading brands in the industry, such as Goodyear, Michelin, Yokohama, Dunlop, and others. Stop by Tire Works and we’ll help you determine the type of new tire that’s just right for your car or truck. Be sure to check our tire coupons page for the latest ways to save on tire sales and services.
Schedule your North Las Vegas auto repair or service today.
We know you have your choice of auto shops in the North Las Vegas area, so we always strive to exceed your expectations. That includes providing free pick-up and drop-off service within three miles, free written estimates before any work begins, and a clean, comfortable area for you to wait while your vehicle is being serviced.
Schedule your auto repair, oil change, tire service, or other service today with our convenient online appointment scheduling form.
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North Las Vegas Auto Repair FAQs
What does preventative maintenance involve?
Preventative maintenance consists of a series of checks and part replacements that help keep your Nevada vehicle operating smoothly and efficiently. By staying on top of these car repairs, you can ensure that you get the most out of your vehicle and increase its longevity.
A few of the many preventative tasks our team in North Las Vegas offers include:
- Brake checks
- Fluid checks and top offs
- Checks for belts and hoses
- Lights and signal checks
- Tire rotation and balances
- Battery checks
- Wiper inspections
How do I check my oil level myself?
A key element of maintaining your car or truck is having the oil and filter regularly changed. In between oil changes, though, you can check your oil yourself to be sure you are not running low or have dirty oil circulating in your engine by following these steps:
- Park on a flat surface and let the engine fully cool down
- Open the hood and locate the dipstick
- Remove the dipstick and wipe it clean with a cloth or rag
- Replace the dipstick and remove it again
- Check on the dipstick the oil level on the end of the dipstick
The oil on the dipstick should be between the marks on the dipstick to indicate it is at the proper level. If your oil is low, just bring your vehicle into our auto shop to have your oil changed with high-quality Valvoline motor oil.
My check engine light just came on—what should I do?
How often should I have my oil changed?
Do auto shops work on car AC systems?
Are local auto repair shops cheaper than dealerships?
Local mechanics are best for price and customer satisfaction compared to a dealership. But auto repair shops at dealerships have factory-trained mechanics who specialize in repairing and maintaining the brands they service.
But if your warranty has expired, you’ll likely do better with an independent ASE-certified and factory-trained mechanic. Most independent auto shops can secure original manufacturer parts for repairs. And should you have a discontinued model, they can help locate less expensive alternatives or rebuilt parts that perform like the originals.
How can I avoid expensive car repairs?
Don’t take your car for granted! If you don’t pay a little for maintenance at recommended intervals, expect some costly repairs before long. The following tips should help:
- Engine repair or replacement is expensive, so have it inspected regularly and check your fluids as needed.
- Maintain your tires with routine rotations and replace them when the treads wear thin.
- Change your oil as recommended.
- If there’s a minor issue, get it fixed before it worsens.
- Keep your car clean inside and out.
How often should you bring your car to the auto mechanic?
Most auto shops recommend a full inspection roughly every 12,000 miles or every 12 months, whichever comes first. Vehicle service manuals typically outline service schedules as follows:
- Oil and filter change
- Tune-up with fluid checks
- Air filter
- Timing belt
Contact your dealer or independent auto repair shop to determine the optimum frequency for your car based on factors like age, make, model, and the climate where it’s normally driven.
Is car maintenance the same as car repair?
Maintenance is a regular service that helps prolong your vehicle’s life, whereas auto repair is when a component doesn’t perform properly and needs repairing or replacement. Without timely maintenance, you might need expensive repairs. But fortunately, many auto repair facilities can provide car maintenance on the same day or by appointment.
Many car owners delay maintenance, believing it’s unnecessary, they’re too busy to visit an auto shop, or they might need to delay paying for repairs. They might also be unaware that short-term maintenance saves money over time.
What car maintenance do I actually need?
The following are recommendations from local auto shops:
- Replace Valvoline synthetic oil every 5,000–10,000 miles.
- Change filters per scheduled maintenance.
- If you experience cold temperatures or non-use periods, check your battery.
- Check screeching or other odd noises if you think your brake pads, shoes, and rotors might need an inspection.
- Add recommended fluids and coolants to your vehicle. Check and replace them as needed to prevent costly damage.
- Because hoses and belts take heavy wear, you should have frequent inspections for cracks or other damage.
- If your ignition system malfunctions, your check engine light comes on. So, you should take your car to an auto repair shop ASAP for an auto repair mechanic to determine the problem.
- Since power steering fluid outlasts most other fluids, you should have it inspected regularly for leaks and other problems.