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 About Chevrolet

Chevrolet, also commonly referred to as Chevy, is an All American automobile manufacturer. Since the creation of the company dating all the way back to 1911, Chevy has manufactured millions of different automobiles to people all around the world. Their long history of dependability is just one of many reasons as to why people continue to choose Chevrolet. Today, Chevy produces such a wide variety of vehicles that it there is truly something for everyone’s budget and lifestyle. Whether you are looking for a small sedan, a rugged truck or a sports car, Chevy has got your back. Their excellent safety record is also another reason why people love this manufacturer. Chevy has worked diligently to build a strong and solid name for themselves not only in the heart of Detroit, but throughout the entire globe.

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Is having a spare tire actually needed in my Chevrolet?

We absolutely recommend that you have a spare tire with you at all times. When you get a brand new set of four tires, the spare unfortunately does not come with it. Despite that disadvantage, we recommend that you still purchase a spare at the time of your purchase incase something unexpected happens on the road.

Do different Chevrolet require a particular tire?

Although there is not set name brand for each and every model, there is always a brand of tire that comes highly recommended for your vehicle. The make and model has a lot to do with the recommendations that we may make.

Will the tire that I select impact the drive of my Chevrolet?

Yes, the quality, type and size of your tires will definitely contribute to the overall feel and smoothness of your ride. For example, if your tires are too rugged or large for your vehicle, you will experience a more bumpy, uncomfortable ride.

How unsafe is it for me to drive around with old tires on my Chevrolet? 

It is incredibly unsafe to drive around with old tires that have no tread left. Another main reason as to why it is unsafe is in the event that you hit a pothole or the tire gets punctured by debris. The chances of getting a flat or facing a complete tire blowout is incredibly high. That is something that we do not want to see you face and we will work with you to see you in a brand new set of tires so that your overall safety is never compromised.

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Chevrolet Mechanic Service

  • Chevrolet State-of-the-art diagnostic equipment
  • Chevrolet Expert brake service
  • Chevrolet Tune-ups
  • Chevrolet Oil changes
  • Chevrolet Electrical repairs
  • Chevrolet Front-end work
  • Chevrolet Axles
  • Chevrolet Tire rotation and balancing
  • Chevrolet Strut and shock installation
  • Chevrolet Mufflers and exhaust systems
  • Chevrolet Radiators
  • Chevrolet Air conditioning repairs
  • Chevrolet Clutches and steering
  • Chevrolet Fuel injection
  • Chevrolet Custom rims and tires
  • Chevrolet New and used tires
  • Chevrolet  alignments
  • Chevrolet Rim welding
  • Chevrolet Collision repair (we waive deductibles)
  • Chevrolet Dual exhaust
  • Chevrolet CV axles
  • Chevrolet Converters
  • Chevrolet Custom pipe bending
  • Chevrolet Cooling systems/flush
  • Chevrolet Starters and alternators
  • Chevrolet U-joints
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Chevrolet  Tire Safety

Just as safety matters to Chevrolet, at The Tire Shoppe & Auto Mechanic Repair
, your safety is what matters most. We understand firsthand the importance of safety and overall automotive quality. We specialize not only in custom tires for your automobile but all mechanical needs as well. We will work with you one-on-one to make sure you are selecting the appropriate set of tires for your vehicle. Unlike other shops, we will not set you up with anything less than the best. Good tire companies know and value the importance of taking appropriate safety precautions at all times. Not just when it is convenient for them. We value our customers and do our absolute best to make sure that you are more than taken care of.

Our customers often ask us how to choose the appropriate set of tires for your vehicle. The answer will vary due to the type of vehicle that you have, the manufacturer, the model, year, and what type of driving you do. The life of the tires also depends heavily on the way in which you drive. An average driver will get a solid 12,000-15,000 miles out of their tires. If you are a very hard driver, you will unfortunately get a little less than that as you will wear out the tires much quicker. With that being said, a good tire company will make recommendations that are custom to your needs without hesitation.

Some of the main factors that contribute to the selection that we may recommend for you is firstly, what state you live in to assess what weather conditions you are subject to. Secondly, what type of vehicle you have and if the manufacturer recommends a particular brand over another. For example, Chevrolet tends to utilize Goodyear tires for the Malibu as well as the Equinox. This tire is a great option if you are currently in a Chevy mid-size sedan. Although you may favor one tire manufacturer over another; we will advise you on what we personally think is best so that you get the longest possible life out of your new tires.

Many of our customers ask us what the importance is behind having the best tires. The answer is quite simple. Your safety is what matters most and good tires contribute to keeping you safe on the road. When we think about it… the tire is what allows you to accelerate and stop as quickly as you need to. Speeding up and slowing down to quickly adjust to the flow of traffic is what keeps you safe. Good tires also keep you safe in differing weather conditions. Another reason why tires are so important is because this is the part of your car that separates us from the ground. The tires are the only part of the car that actually meets the pavement and allows us to essentially take off and stop whenever we like.

If you live in the state of Michigan, you know how our weather can drastically change within an hour’s time or less. Whether you are forced to drive in wet and slippery conditions such as a rainstorm or harsh snow and ice, you will be kept safe as possible with a good set of either all season tires or snow tires. Traction is key regardless of what the weather may bring forth. Regardless of what mother nature decides, at least you know you are fully equipped to take on any road conditions.

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Chevrolet  All Season Tires VS Winter Tires

Some people ask what is the difference between snow tires and all-season tires? All-season tires allow you to drive around with the same set of tires year round. All-season tires are meant to accommodate all weather conditions while giving you solid traction at all times. Whereas snow tires are built specifically for extreme weather conditions such as heavy snow and ice. Snow tires are not intended to be driven year-round as it is highly recommended that you change them as soon as the season changes. Although driving in Michigan’s harsh winters are not usually fun, it doesn't have to be something that you dread any longer.

When we stop and think about how much our tires go through over a four year span, we ought to be thankful for the job that they do as they keep us going and safe. Although our vehicles are built to endure many different conditions, that doesn't mean they will last forever. The way in which we take care of our vehicle will determine how long our vehicle will last us.

If you decide to put cheaper tires on your vehicle that are not recommended, you may unfortunately be putting another set on your vehicle sooner than you'd like. Cheap tires are not constructed with the same quality as a good set of tires is. The type of rubber and treads on the actual tires are not as high-functioning nor do they have the same lifespan.

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The Tire Shoppe Chevrolet Models We Service Mechanic Repair & Tires

  • Chevrolet Malibu Tires & Mechanic Service
  • Chevrolet Cruze Tires & Mechanic Service
  • Chevrolet Impala Tires & Mechanic Service
  • Chevrolet Spark Tires & Mechanic Service
  • Chevrolet Sonic Tires & Mechanic Service
  • Chevrolet Trax Tires & Mechanic Service
  • Chevrolet ​Corvette Tires & Mechanic Service
  • Chevrolet Camaro Tires & Mechanic Service
  • Chevrolet ​SS Tires & Mechanic Service
  • Chevrolet Traverse Tires & Mechanic Service
  • Chevrolet Equinox Tires & Mechanic Service
  • Chevrolet Suburban Tires & Mechanic Service
  • Chevrolet Tahoe Tires & Mechanic Service
  • Chevrolet Colorado Tires & Mechanic Service
  • Chevrolet Silverado Tires & Mechanic Service
  • Chevrolet Express Cargo Tires & Mechanic Service
  • Chevrolet Express Passenger Tires & Mechanic Service
  • Chevrolet City Express Tires & Mechanic Service​​​​​​

Providing Tire Replacement & Auto Mechanic Repair for: AlgonacAllen ParkAlmontAnn ArborArmadaAuburn HillsBarton HillsBellevilleBerkleyBeverly HillsBingham FarmsBirminghamBloomfield Hills,BridgewaterBrightonBrownstownCantonCapacCenter LineChelseaClarkstonClawsonClinton TwpCommerce TownshipDavisburgDearbornDetroitDexterDrydenEastpointeEcorseFarmington HillsFerndale,Flat RockFranklinFraserGarden CityGibraltarGrosse IleGrosse PointeGrosse Pointe FarmGrosse Pointe ParkGrosse Pointe ShoresGrosse Pointe WoodsHamtramckHarper WoodsHarrison TwpHartlandHazel ParkHighlandHighland ParkHollyHowellHuntington WoodsImlay CityInksterKeego HarborLake OrionLathrup VillageLeonardLincoln Park, LivoniaMacombMadison HeightsManchesterMarine City,MarysvilleMelvindaleMemphisMilanMilfordMt. ClemensNew BaltimoreNew BostonNew HavenNew HudsonNorthvilleNoviOak ParkOrchard LakeOrtonvilleOxfordPleasant RidgePlymouthPontiacPort HuronRayRedfordRiver RougeRiverviewRochesterRochester HillsRockwoodRomeoRomulusRosevilleRoyal OakSaint ClairSalemSalineSouth LyonSouthfieldSt. Clair Shores, Sterling HeightsSylvan Lake,TaylorTrentonTroyUnion LakeUticaWalled LakeWarrenWashingtonWaterfordWayneWest BloomfieldWhite LakeWhitmore LakeWixomWolverine LakeWoodhavenWyandotteYpsilanti