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Here at Berlin City Kia of Vermont in Williston VT, we know everything there is to know about tires. We know the perfect tires for your make, model, and driving habits, we know how often to rotate and change your tires, and we know how to spot any warning signs that may otherwise go undetected without service, or at other less-knowledgeable dealerships. Our certified technicians at our Berlin City Kia of Vermont Service Department are standing by to help you with whatever you may need. Get the service you deserve, and take advantage of our expertise and competitive prices on all tire services, purchases, and installations.
Keep reading to learn more about the importance of regular tire inspections, maintenance, and rotations. We also have a helpful list of the different tire types and common warning signs of tire wear. You can schedule a service appointment online, or call our Service Department at 802-520-2938. Feel free to contact our dealership in Williston, VT if you have any questions, our dedicated team at Berlin City Kia of Vermont looks forward to serving you!
Making sure that you routinely inspect, rotate, and change your tires will help your Kia maintain its safety, performance, and value. Regular tire inspections every 5,000 miles or so will ensure that your tires are not only safe but are allowing your Kia to respond properly to braking and are offering optimal fuel efficiency. Keep your Kia operating at peak performance with routine tire service.
At Berlin City Kia of Vermont, we will carefully inspect your vehicle for free during every service visit. Examining your wheels is a big part of that inspection, we will likely recommend rotating your tires during your visit to help your tires wear evenly. Evenly wearing tires is essential for optimal performance and the longevity of your tires. Tires generally should last around six years before a change is recommended. However, overall driving habits and terrain may affect the lifespan of your tires.
Review some of the most common tire types to find out which is best for your lifestyle demands. At Berlin City Kia of Vermont, we offer a wide range of tire types from a variety of brands perfect for every season, terrain, and distance. Explore some of the most popular tire types for Williston area drivers, including:
Understanding common signs of tire wear is vital to help maintain your car’s value and your safety. From decreased fuel efficiency and poor handles to odd noises and reduced stopping power, additional tire wear warning signs to look for include:
In addition to offering quick and competitively priced services by certified technicians, we also offer a comprehensive selection of Genuine Kia Parts and Accessories, so you can accessorize your vehicle to fit your style. Whether you purchased your vehicle from us or not, Berlin City Kia of Vermont is your #1 destination for auto service and repair in Williston, VT. And if you’re interested in bundling and saving, our Berlin City Care Program offers a variety of services at unbeatable prices! Additional benefits of servicing or repairing your vehicle with us include:
Over time your tires will naturally wear; additional issues that can cause premature tire wear include underinflated, overinflated, or poor alignment.
Tires should be rotated every 5,000 miles, or during your routine oil change.
Rotating your vehicle’s tires will help them wear evenly, maximize tread life, and maintain their performance.
It is still recommended to get new tires every 5 to 6 years depending on driving habits and maintenance.
Yes, as your tires wear or become deflated, your mileage will reduce due to poor traction.
Your tire maintenance warning alert may be triggered due to weather fluctuations, exceeding mileage between rotations, or your tires are under-inflated.
You should try to check your tire pressure before driving at least once a month and more often when it’s cold.
Wheel alignments ensure that your tires are properly angled to each other.
If you’ve noticed your vehicle pulling to one side, poor steering responses, or unusual wear on your front tire, bring your car in immediately to see if your wheel has become misaligned.