Best Tire Shop and Tire Repairs in North Las Vegas, NV
Safety and performance come first when choosing and maintaining tires for your vehicle. Our ASE-certified technicians at Tire Works in North Las Vegas can help you find the perfect tires for your vehicle. At all of our tire stores, we also offer top-quality tire repairs and wheel services that you can count on.
Amazing Tire & Auto Service Deals
When you need new tires, we offer brands you can trust at affordable prices, including Goodyear tires, Kumho tires, Bridgestone and Firestone tires, and more. Our prices won’t be beaten. If you find a better locally advertised price, bring the ad to us and we’ll match it.
Expert Tire Repair and Service
If you’re searching for a “tire shop near me,” you’ve found the best option: schedule your appointment today with the tire experts at Tire Works tire shop in North Las Vegas. We are here for all of your tire service needs, including:
Do you have one tire wearing more than the others or in different places on the tread? Each tire wears differently over time and new tires are more susceptible to uneven wear. This is why it is recommended that new tires be rotated at 5,000 miles. After that, tires should be rotated on a regular schedule, such as each time you come in for an oil change or sooner if you put especially high mileage on your vehicle.
Flat Tire Repair
Have you noticed one of your tires losing air slowly over time? Have you ended up with a flat tire? The ASE-certified technicians at Tire Works are ready to take care of your tire repair and get you back on the road quickly.
Proper wheel balancing is a critical part of ensuring your safety on the road. Balancing ensures the tires are spinning properly, which will keep your tires from creating vibrations in the steering wheel at higher speeds. At our tire shop, we provide this expert service and can help maximize tire performance.
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Service
Tires that are overinflated or underinflated can cause serious problems, including blowouts or tire failure. Monitoring the inflation levels of your tires closely will ensure the best performance. Our ASE-certified technicians can provide tire pressure checks and ensure your TPMS is working properly. This system monitors the air pressure in your tires and alerts you via a light on your dash if your tires’ pressure needs attention.
Pick-Up & Drop-Off Service
We know your time is valuable. The Tire Works Concierge Service is a no-cost service to help you make the best use of your time. We’ll pick your car up (within three miles of our location) and return it to you after services have been completed. Rest assured, all contact points will be sanitized for your peace of mind.
North Las Vegas Tire Shop FAQs
Why do I need to rotate my tires?
What should I look for when I inspect my tires?
There are several signs that your tires may need some repair or replacing. The first thing you will want to look for is the tread depth on your tires. If your tread is less than 2/32 of an inch deep, you will need to replace your tire.
Another thing to look for is the number of miles that you have driven since you last had your tires rotated. We recommend that your tires be rotated about every 5,000 miles for maximum life.
Finally, inspect your tires closely for any embedded objects, bulges or blisters, or splits in the tires’ sidewalls. If you notice any of these things, it’s a good idea to go ahead and bring your vehicle into our North Las Vegas tire shop. Our professional tire technicians will let you know if your tire can be safely repaired or if it’s time for a replacement.
What Is the right pressure for my tires?
Though you certainly do not have to visit a tire shop every time you check the pressure in your tires, you can always trust Tire Works when you need any tire repairs, new tires, or if your tires are leaking air. We’ll also be glad to help you determine the ideal pressure for the type of tires and vehicle you have. Book an appointment today and let our team take care of your tires.
When should I check my tire pressure?