Your tires play a key role in your driving safety. You should always make sure they are properly aligned, rotated and inflated.

How do you know when your tires are bad and it’s time for a replacement?

One way to tell is to insert a penny, head first, into the tire tread. If you can see Lincoln’s head, it’s time for tires. Be careful, tire tread isn’t the only indicator of problems. If your tires are more heavily worn on the inside than the outside, or vice versa, you may also have wheel alignment issues that won’t be solved with a new set of tires.

Our expert auto repair technicians at AG Auto understand how all of the components in your car work together.

Our total car care philosophy gives you peace of mind knowing you’re taking care of the cause of problems, not just the symptoms.


When you visit our shop technicians will inspect, rotate, and balance your tires, as scheduled by your vehicle’s manufacturer.

And when it’s time to replace them, we will determine the correct size and kind of tire you need for the car and type of driving you do. Finally, we will make sure your new tires are properly installed.

We offer all the major name brand tires you know and trust like Michelin, Goodyear, BF Goodrich, Pirelli and More!

It’s time for a wheel alignment?

We’ll take care of that, too. So, visit us today and ask about tire sales and tire repair services.

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Properly aligned, rotated and inflated tires will help save you money on gas. Regular tire service from A&G Auto can help.

Here are a few pointers to help keep you and your tires rolling along trouble-free.

  • Have your tires rotated regularly. Your vehicle’s manufacturer has specific recommendations for tire rotation. Keeping to this schedule will help extend tire life. Our expert mechanics will provide you with this information and help keep you on track.
  • Keep your tires properly inflated. Your tires typically lose 1 psi (pound per square inch) each month. That adds up very quickly. And remember, temperature can have a major impact. A drop of 10°F can also cause a 1 psi loss in pressure. Low tire pressure, in turn, can result in reduced gas mileage and excessive heat build up leading to tire damage.
  • Check for signs of excessive or uneven tire wear. Uneven wear on the inside or outside could be an indication that other problems are lurking, so make sure your tires are professionally inspected.