A BMW I8 recently received a couple of new tires.
The car was brought to HomeTowne Auto Repair & Tire after its Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) light turned on.
The tread depth of the BMW’s rear tires was below 2/32 of an inch, which is the minimum specification for the Virginia Safety Inspection.
When you should be replacing tires
A manufacturer might suggest that you get new tires when the tread depth reaches 3/32 of an inch to 5/32 of an inch.
If you drive a BMW and are in need of tire repair services, we may be able to repair them, depending on the injury and its location.
Learn about when a tire is repairable.
HomeTowne Auto Repair doesn’t just repair tires. We also sell tires, including Michelin, BFGoodrich and Uniroyal.
Tire installation process
Before replacing tires on a vehicle, our technicians make sure that they have the correct tires and that they don’t have any punctures.
Then, they use a tire machine to separate the tire from the rim.
Tire paste is used to prevent a tire from tearing as it goes on or comes off the rim.
After that, our technicians balance the tires, place them on the vehicle, and twerk them to the correct specification.
When getting new tires, it’s a good idea to have a wheel alignment performed. We also suggest road hazard warranty for the tires.
Read about how we, as a tire shop, differ from a discount tire place.
HomeTowne Auto Repair & Tire is an authorized Michelin and BFGoodrich tire dealer located in Woodbridge, Virginia. Automotive repair services are performed on all makes and models, including oil changes, brakes, alignments, inspections, and computer engine diagnostics.