Advanced Auto Service & Tire Centers
Tire Buying Just Got Easier!
Use the Tire Finder below and see for yourself! Shop by vehicle, tire size, or by brand. After you have selected your tire, follow the check out process (specials and discounts appear automatically!), confirm your selections, and schedule an installation appointment. It has never been easier!
Free Tire Inspection and Air Pressure Check.
As a member of the local community, we want to help keep the vehicles on the road operating as safely and efficiently as possible.
To that end, we offer a range of free inspections to include air pressure checks and fills, brake inspections, TPMS scanning, and engine code scanning.
If you need replacement tires, you can either rely on our personable counter associates or you can do your research online with our quick and easy Tire Finder function. Our website’s Tire Finder function can help you locate the right tire by your desired size or by your vehicle make/model information. Either way, we suggest that you take your time and browse our entire inventory of quality tires. When it comes to passenger cars, we have a full range of performance, high-mileage, economical, and touring tires. With truck and SUV tires, we offer tires and tread patterns from the mild, comfortable highway brands to some of the most aggressive off-road tread patterns and sizes available. Our stock commercial sizes are perfect for fleet service trucks, RVs, and vans. We even carry utility and trailer tires.
We proudly carry Goodyear, Dunlop, Cooper, GT Radial, Accelera, Michelin, BFGoodrich, and Toyo tires among others.
TPMS – Tire Pressure Monitoring System
Tire inspections, along with regular rotations, are your best options for prolonging the life of your tires. We’ll check for uneven wear patterns, cracking on the sidewalls and inside the tread, and tread depth. Sidewall cracking is often a result of our Arizona heat. Uneven wear is an indication of an unbalanced tire or a vehicle that’s out of alignment. Here at Advanced Auto Service & Tire Centers, we have some of the latest equipment for mounting and road-force balancing tires as well as computer aligning your vehicle.
Since 2008 the Federal Government has mandated that Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) be installed in all on-road vehicles. TPMS was designed to help drivers be more aware of low pressure situations that could potentially compromise the integrity of the tire. Typically when the pressure drops 25% or more below the vehicle’s manufacturer recommended pressure, your vehicle’s dashboard will light up with the low pressure warning. Bring your vehicle in to any Advanced Auto and let us inspect the tire. If the tire just needs air or a simple patch, we will fill it up and fix it at no charge. If the TPMS sensor needs to be replaced (they are battery operated), we can do that too.