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Tire Services

Tire Services

When you own a car, replacing your tires is a necessary evil. It’s something no one ever likes spending the money on, but it’s one of the most important things to do for your vehicle.

Your vehicle sure does see a lot of miles. When you get in your car every day, you plan for your tires to get you where you need to go, safely, and without incident. Make sure your tires are in good condition. If the tread is getting a little low, there are visible cracks in the sidewall, or you find yourself sliding on slick roads, it might be time for new tires.

Did you know having worn out tires can cause other parts of your car to wear out prematurely? It’s just one of the many reasons it’s so very important to take care of your tires.

How Can I Make My Tires Last Longer?

Through proper maintenance, you can extend the life of your tires. Doing things like:

  • Maintaining correct tire pressure
  • Performing regular tire rotations
  • Get a wheel alignment as soon as you feel any pull

TPMS Adjustments

Why is my TPMS light on?

When your tire pressure monitoring system detects an underinflated or overinflated tire, the TPMS light comes on in your vehicle. There are many reasons why your tires change pressure levels, activating your TPMS light. These include:

  • Weather: Hot weather causes tires to overinflate, and cold weather causes tires to deflate. If your TPMS light is on during a particularly hot or cold day, it may be due to your weather
  • Time: Tires deflate over time. If you notice your TPMS light, it may be due to one of more of your tires losing air from age.
  • Road Hazards: While driving, you may run over a nail or other item, puncturing your tire. In this case, your TPMS light turns on because your tire is actively losing air.

If you’re like most drivers, you’re probably scratching your head over the correct amount of air pressure your tires need. Don’t worry—you’re not alone. Most direct TPMS sensors require tires to have between 28 psi - 35 psi of air. We can help you locate the correct air pressure level for your tires.

It’s important to maintain proper pressure in your tires. When tires have wrong air pressure levels, they becomes a safety hazard. If pressure is too high, tires bounce and lose traction. If pressure is too low, tires heat up quickly and wear out easily. Overinflated or underinflated tires can lead to blowouts and accidents.

We want you to be as safe as possible. That’s why we’ll work hard to ensure your vehicle has the right amount of air pressure in each tire.

Tire Services and New Tires, Too

Tire Services in Sioux Falls, SD

By taking care good care of your tires, you can be sure they will take good care of you. If you do need new tires, we’ve got great deals on tires in Sioux Falls, SD. Choose from brands like Bridgestone, Firestone, and Fuzion. You will receive free flat repair, rotation, and balancing for as long as you own your new tires.

Shop for Tires Now

If you’re not sure what tires you need, our staff can help. We’ll help you find the right tires for your needs, at a price you can afford.

To schedule an appointment for any of our featured services, call us now at (605) 334-6944. Bargain Barn Tire Center will be there when you need auto repairs in Sioux Falls, SD, Brandon, SD, and Hartford, SD.

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