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Tire Service FAQs for Nashville, TN

Nissan Tire Services at Action Nissan

Looking for new tires, tire rotations, or tire inspection in the Nashville, TN area? Action Nissan’s Service Center is here to help, we offer an impressive inventory of brand-name tires perfect for your Nissan model and lifestyle needs! So whatever maintenance work your tires are in need of, we have the tools, inventory, or and experience to get any job done in a timely manner.

We even offer complimentary tire inspections with every purchase of new tires from us! Be sure you’re getting the right tires, at the right price, right here. We’ll price match any eligible competitor quote on select tires, including qualifying wholesale clubs.

Why Change and Rotate Tires

Staying up-to-date on all your routine tire maintenance and changes will ensure your Nissan’s safety, performance, and value. That’s why we recommend getting your tires inspected and rotated every 7,500 miles. Doing so can help your tires last longer and maintain your Nissan’s performance.

In addition to regularly rotating and inspecting your tires, you should change out your tires every 6 years or so to make sure you always have enough tread. Depending on your lifestyle, driving habits, and terrain demands, you may need more frequent tire changes and/or inspections. Shop and buy new tires with confidence with us and enjoy an unbeatable warranty and complimentary services.

Tire Types

Different tires offer differnt advanatges. Whether you are on the market for an off-road-ready tire, seasonal tire, or long-distance tire, we are sure to have the perfect tires for your lifestyle demands. Review a few of the most common tire types available:

  • All-Season Tires: All-season tires are amongst the most common types. Their aggressive tread pattern and unique composition offer reliable traction in most weather conditions without sacrificing handling and cornering.
  • Winter Tires: Perfect for areas with snow, or that drop below 45 F°, These tires offer added traction on otherwise slippery and wet roads.
  • Performance Tires: Engineered to offer precision handling, these tires focus on grip strength and responsiveness in optimal conditioned roads and weather.

Tire Wear Warning Signs

Knowing the signs of your tire’s tread going bad is vital to getting ahead of the issue and staying safe. From decreased fuel efficiency and poor handles to odd noises and reduced stopping power, additional tire wear warning signs to look for include:

  • Reduced traction or less-responsive braking
  • Hydroplaning in wet weather
  • Noticing a rough or noisy ride
  • Loss of control while cornering
  • Noticeable tread loss

 

Tire Service FAQs

Generally, tires should be rotated every 5,000 to 8,000 miles, but the exact figure can vary from car to car. Your best bet would be to get your tires checked to see if they’re due for a rotation when you bring your car in for an oil change.

As long as you have your tires rotated regularly, they should last for quite a while. Regardless of this, it is still recommended to get new tires every 5 years, especially if you frequently drive in the snow or rain, as this can cause faster wear and tear.

Tire pressure that is too low or too high can negatively affect your gas mileage. Want to make sure you’re not burning extra money on gas? Regularly check your tire pressure and ensure that it’s staying at the manufacturer’s recommended level.

There are several reasons why your tire maintenance warning light comes on:

  • A quick change in weather.
  • You’ve exceeded the mileage setting between tire rotations.
  • Your tires are over or under inflated.

Time will wear down your tires, but that doesn’t mean you can’t slow it down. Check your pressure and alignment regularly. If your tires are underinflated, overinflated, or misaligned, you will notice quicker wear and tear.

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.

   

Our service team at Action Nissan of Nashville, TN, has the tools, knowledge, and expertise to ensure you’re getting the best service in the area. Schedule your service appointment today if you feel like it’s time to check out your tires.

 

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