Junior’s Auto Tires
More than 15 years of experience in the market!
347 W 21st St, Hialeah, FL 33010
Routine tire maintenance may not seem important at first, but in practice it means less money spent on tire replacement over time, better fuel efficiency and performance, and greater confidence in driving.
Balance of the wheel
A balance wheel consists of small weights placed around the wheels to help balance the tire and the wheel assembly. Balancing the wheels helps prevent tire wear and minimizes wheel vibration. The balance is made every time you put new tires in your car and it should be done every 6,000 miles or as recommended by the manufacturer of your vehicle.
An unbalanced wheel can cause premature wear of the rim and damage to the strut and impact. It can also cause vibrations, improper handling and excessive noise while driving. Have your tires checked with Junior's Tires experts.
Help your tires last longer by visiting us and let one of our trusted technicians help you make the most of your tire investment.
The rotation of the position of each tire helps to equalize tread wear and maximize the life of your tires. If your tires do not rotate regularly, they may need to be replaced prematurely. Front tires tend to wear faster than rear tires on vehicles with front wheel drive due to additional steering pressure / resistance.
It is advisable to rotate the tires of the vehicles every 6,000 miles.
Do you have a tire that is deflated, punctured or losing pressure? Bring it to us, we will repair your tire without replacing it. If a repair is not possible, we offer new and used neutrals (in very good condition) at a very good price.
Proper repair of the tire that has been deflated or is losing air because it has picked up a nail, a screw or a sharp object is important. Some tires can be repaired if they continually have air or punctures in the area of the tread.
Tire repairs must be done correctly in accordance with the strict industry standards. Before any repair, a service professional should properly inspect the tire by removing it from the wheel and inspect the exterior and interior to determine the extent of damage and to determine if the tire can be repaired.