You're driving steadily down the road when — thunk — you run over a pothole. Suddenly, you need Nissan tire service in Hattiesburg, MS. While this might not be the best way to start a morning, know that when you set an appointment with our team, you will get efficient, expert attention that will get you safely back on the road as soon as possible. Below, we provide more information about the types of Nissan tire service that we offer.
One of the most common services we provide is Nissan tire rotation in Hattiesburg, MS. Check your owner's manual to see how often it suggests having this service performed. Once every six months or so is usually a good rule of thumb. During this appointment, our team will switch the position of your tires. This is to help them wear more evenly on the road.
For example, front tires wear more quickly than rear tires on FWD vehicles. Depending on your commute, your left tires may wear faster than your right ones or vice versa. By swapping where they are fixed to your car, you help keep their tread levels more consistent, which can help your control and extend the tires' life spans.
We can also perform tire balancing, where we add tiny weights around your tire since some areas can become lighter than others due to wear. When a tire is unbalanced, it is more likely to wobble during use, which can cause vibrations that affect your smooth driving experience. This issue results in worse fuel economy, a harder time steering, and faster tire wear.
When you hit a pothole, it can lead to problems for your suspension system, causing your wheels to no longer be angled correctly. Because of this, you can be urging your car to go straight, and it will veer off to one side instead. This makes it hard for you to react appropriately to circumstances on the road. Luckily, we have your back. If you notice that this is an issue, schedule service online today or make a call.
Your car will eventually need new tires. Since too-worn tires can be a severe hazard on the road -- especially under wet conditions -- keep an eye on them and start thinking about replacements when the treads get near 3/32 of an inch in depth. Being proactive allows you to better take advantage of any Nissan tire sale we might be running. You should also think about keeping a spare tire in your car in case of blowouts.
If your tires aren't behaving correctly or are showing signs that they are reaching the end of their life span, reach out to our team in Hattiesburg, MS. We respect your time and offer competitive Nissan service specials that will also help you save money on our assistance. In addition to assisting with tire-related issues, we can perform oil changes, brake pad replacements, battery services, and more to keep your vehicle running at its best. Let us give your car the support it needs so that it can support you, your family, and your goals.
In most cases, your Nissan warranties will not cover flat tires. However, the tires themselves may be protected by their manufacturers. You can also choose to enlist in the Nissan Tire & Wheel Road Hazard Protection Plan,1 which does cover services like flat tire repair, tire replacement due to eligible road hazards, and wheel/rim protection. Talk to our team for more details.
Many of the top tire brands supply tires that can be used to optimize performance in your Nissan vehicle, including Bridgestone, Michelin, Goodyear, Continental, and Yokohama. When you visit our dealership, ask our team what tires they intend to use and any questions you have about what makes them the best choice for your vehicle. They can also give you tips on how to extend their life span.
In many cases, Nissan tires should last 50,000-60,000 miles if they are well-maintained. Therefore, get them regularly rotated and balanced and have their tire pressure monitored. Make an appointment with us if you notice uneven tire wear or if your car vibrates more than usual. Unfortunately, road hazards or a lot of driving on rough roads can speed up tire wear, too.
1Warranties listed on this webpage shall not be solely relied upon. Warranties may be subject to specific terms, restrictions, exclusions, and fees. Additional warranty information may be obtained by visiting the official website of the warranty provider. Contact our dealership for complete details.