Your tires on your Honda vehicle are the only thing between you and the road. As such, it's very important to replace or repair them when necessary to maintain good traction, effective steering and the entire stability and braking of your car, truck or SUV.
If you notice that one of your tires is low on air pressure, it may need to be repaired. This can be a result of running over a nail, another foreign object or a leaky valve stem that needs replacing. Signs that your tires are wearing and you should check into getting new ones include odd tread wear patterns on one or more tires. You may also notice small cracks on the sidewalls of your tires signaling you that the cracks will get larger and your tires will leak air. You may notice bulges or blisters or a vibration in your tires when you are driving. Too much vibration can be a sign of odd tire wear, out of balance tires or even indicate that your tires need to be aligned.
Since your tires are very important as they contact the road and work in correlation with your brakes, you should have service on them as soon as you see any sign of wear. Tires that wear down can be more susceptible to blowouts, which in turn can cause you to spin out or pull into another lane of traffic and have a serious auto accident.
You should only trust a professional Honda dealership, such as Vern Eide Honda for all of your tire services. Our highly trained and certified technicians can assess your tires quickly and we carry a large inventory for all Honda vehicles for quick service. You may be pleasantly surprised if you merely need a quick tire repair or balancing instead of purchasing an entirely new set of tires for your vehicle. You may decide to take advantage of our shuttle service or the after-hours drop off and pick up service. We offer these items, so we can conform to your schedule and you don't have to conform to ours. You can visit any of our convenient locations in Mitchell, Watertown, Aberdeen, Chamberlain, Pierre or Rapid City, SD for quick and reliable tire service. Our number one goal is your safety on the roadways.