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Tire Care

Proper tire care starts with you

Getting the most out of your tire investment includes the proper care and maintenance you can do along with the tire-related services we do at Firestone Complete Fleet Care. Free tire inspections by one of our tire professionals are always available, but learn what you can do to get better mileage and performance.

What you should know about tires

There is valuable information about your tires printed right on the sidewall!

Simple steps to better tire care

Link to TireSafety dot comDid you know tires can lose one PSI (pound per square inch) of air pressure per month under normal
conditions? That's why checking your tires on a regular basis is one of the easiest things you can do to maintain your investment. For more helpful tips, visit

4-Tire rotation

Did you know that front tires wear out almost twice as fast as rear tires on a front-wheel drive vehicle? Also keep in mind that uneven tire wear may be due to mechanical problems like a misaligned suspension. On average, tires should be rotated every 5,000 miles and more frequently for high performance tires.

Wheel balancing

Do you feel steering wheel vibration while driving between 50 and 70 miles per hour? Out of balance wheels can create poor handling and can result in significant reduction in fuel mileage. We recommend wheel balancing with every tire rotation.

Valve stem replacement

Loss of air pressure is the number one factor in reduced tire life. When tire valves begin to weather and crack, and/or when valve caps are missing, air seepage is likely to occur. Tire valves should be replaced whenever you purchase new tubeless tires.

Tire installation

The variety of tire sizes, designs and specialty wheel applications is growing. That makes it necessary to have qualified tire professionals do the work. Every Firestone Complete Fleet Care technician is trained in proper installation techniques and uses state-of-the-art mounting equipment.

Flat repair

When you bring a damaged tire to Firestone Complete Fleet Care, we always start with a full inspection. If your tire can be repaired, your tire technician will fill the damaged area, seal the inner liner, then re-check for leaks before re-mounting the tire.

What’s inside your tire?

Some basic construction features of a common radial tire:

Diagram of the parts of a tire
Inflate, Rotate, Evalutate
Chart showing proper tire rotation order
Cut away diagram of a tire