High-Quality, Reliable, and Affordable Tires at McCombs Ford West

There are a lot of moving parts in your vehicle that help it go but, without the tires, it simply won't be going anywhere at all. Getting great tires - and the right tires for the season and conditions - is important and we here at McCombs Ford West want to help you out in any way we can. We welcome all drivers from the areas to come out to our Tire Center and find the right tires for your driving needs. Whether they're summer, all-season, winter, or off-roading tires, you'll leave with a smile. If you'd like some professionals to install them for you as well, then our service center technicians are just a scheduled appointment away.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why Aren't My Tires Inflating?

If you find your tires are either deflating or damaged, it could be because of an object on the road - like glass or a nail - has punctured the rubber. It could also have not been inflated properly in the first place, or it may just be a faulty tire. Regardless, it's important to address the issue quickly both for your vehicle's performance and for your own safety. Our experts are ready with a solution for you, no matter the cause of the problem.

Why is Tire Alignment Important?

While it may not seem immediately obvious, having your tires rotated and aligned is very important to your vehicle's performance and efficiency, and to extend the longevity of your current tires. By changing which position your tires are in, you can ensure they wear down evenly, so you don't end up with two bald tires and two averagely-worn tires, or some other similar combination thereof.

When Should I Consider Replacing My Tires?

Your tires should be replaced every eight years at the most, regardless of the wear on the tread; even regular and light driving can have a long-lasting impact on your tires. It's also important to change them out if you see any irregularities such as significant, uneven, or unnatural wear. The "penny test" is also a good way to check: if you put an American penny head-first into your tire's treads and you can see the top of Lincoln's head, then its' time for a change.

How Can I Easily Check My Tires?

Aside from the penny test, it's important to check your tire pressure on each individual tire to ensure they're properly inflated. If you'd like this to be handled by professionals, the technicians at our service center would be happy to help.

Where Can I Learn More?

Call us here at (877) 897-8560 and we'll answer any questions you have about tire health and replacement. You can also just come in to our 7111 NW Loop 410 San Antonio, TXdealership and we'll give you the advice and suggestions you're looking for.