Tires are key ingredients to safety. They can also be an expensive investment, and not one you want to take too many chances with and risk getting the wrong kind or size. You don't have to be an expert on tires, but you can always have one on your side with certified GM maintenance and tire service.

Whether it's all-season tires, summer tires, or winter tires, or team can help you determine exactly what it is you, and your GM vehicle, need. Plus, since our technicians are GM trained and certified professionals, we know the perfect sizes and brands for each of our models.

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Tire Service and Inspection You Can Trust

The first step to caring for your tires with our GM service staff is routine maintenance. We recommend having your tires rotated at periodic, regular intervals. This gives your tires the opportunity to wear evenly, and it gives our technicians a chance to regularly inspect and examine your tire tread and condition.

With these inspections, we can monitor tire pressure, wheel alignment, tread depth, and more.

When we notice the time is coming close for a tire replacement, we'll let you know, and we'll help you get the perfect size, kind, and brand. Then, we make installing the new tires easy with our professional service center, which does all the work for you and gets you back out in no time.

Schedule Your Tire Service with a GM Technician

Whether your low tire pressure warning light has recently come on or you think it's time for a routine tire rotation, stay on top of tire safety and quality by scheduling an appointment with a GM service center soon and let us help you stay safe on the road all year long.

Tips and Tricks for Extending the Life of Your Tires

At GM, we don't just want to sell you new tires and replace the worn ones you have. We want to help you get the most out of every tire investment you make with us. A new set of tires can be expensive, and we want to help your tire investment last as long as possible and keep you, and your family, safe. Let us tell you more about some of the services we recommend that can help extend tire health, then trust our certified technicians to help with the process.


Wheel Alignment

When a vehicle's wheels are misaligned, it can cause the tires to wear unevenly. There can also be noticeable performance issues behind the wheel, including handling problems, pulling, or vibrating. But getting your wheels serviced by a GM professional technician, and always maintaining proper wheel alignment, can ensure even wear and tear and prolong tire life.

If you notice your vehicle pulling to one side or the other, or if there's a vibrating feeling when you're driving on a smooth road, consider getting an alignment check. An out-of-balance tire can affect the life of your tire, as well as other essential parts, including your suspension, shocks, and bearings. Schedule an appointment with a GM tire professional to stay on top of your wheel alignment and extended your tire life.


Tire Rotation

One of the easiest and most essential things you can do to protect your tire health is a regular, routine tire rotation. Tire rotations performed at regular intervals help improve performance, prolong tire life, and achieve uniform wear and tear for all tires.

Tire rotations should be performed every few thousand miles, around every 7,500 miles, and can easily be done when you're getting your oil changed. Every tire performs a different function depending on where it is on the car and rotating them to different positions can help each wear the same way. Trust our GM technicians to expertly perform all tire rotations and to follow a proper, manufacturer recommended, rotating patter.


Tire Pressure

A tire that is underinflated or overinflated will also wear unevenly. Every tire comes with a manufacturer recommendation for proper inflation and keeping this recommended tire pressure is essential to maintenance.

External factors can affect your tire pressure, too. Weather conditions, including extremely cold temperatures, can play a major role in your tire pressure. We recommend you check your tire pressure often during colder months.

Properly inflated tires do more than help your tire health, too. Tire pressure can also affect ride comfort, vehicle fuel consumption and efficiency, stopping distance, cornering, and more.


1 Maintenance visits must occur within two years or 24,000 miles Of vehicle delivery, whichever comes first. All 2018 Corvette models are eligible for three service visits under the Chevrolet Complete Care program. Does not include air filters. See participating dealer for other restrictions and complete details.

2 Maintenance visit must occur Within first year Of vehicle delivery. Service visit consists Of ACDeIco Oil and Filter Change/ Tire Rotation/MPVI. Does not include air filters. See participating dealer for other restrictions and complete details.

3 Maintenance visits must occur within first year of vehicle delivery. Service visit consists of MobillĀ® Oil and Filter Change/ MPVI. Does not include air filters. See participating dealer for other restrictions and complete details.

4 Maintenance visit must occur within first year Of vehicle delivery. Service visit consists Of Tire Rotation/MPVI. Does not include air filters. See participating dealer for other restrictions and complete details.

5 Maintenance visit must occur Within 24 months Of vehicle delivery. Service visit consists Of ACDeIco Oil and Filter Change/Tire Rotation/MPVI. Does not include air filters. See participating dealer for other restrictions and complete details.