GM Mechanic Repair Tire Shop


General Motors, also commonly referred to as ‘GM’ for short, is an All American automotive manufacturing company that has been around since 1908. Since this time, General Motors has produced and delivered a wide variety of General Motor (GM) vehicles worldwide.

Through the years, GM has worked diligently to provide some of the most economical and sporty General Motor (GM) vehicles to all people. Whether you are looking for a small sedan, a rugged truck, minivan or sports car; General Motors certainly has a little something for everyone regardless of your price point. For years, certain GM models have far surpassed safety expectations and performance tests, ranking them as some of the safest General Motor (GM) vehicles on the road for decades.

Just as GM cares about their customers safety… At The Tire Shoppe your safety will always be our number one priority. That is why we take time to discuss what tires are recommended over another so that your safety will never be at risk. We understand that most people have many general concerns about what tires to choose; as well as many other mechanical concerns. That is exactly what we are here for, to serve you and go over any questions or concerns that you may have.

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At The Tire Shoppe, we work our hardest to provide you with the absolute best of care as well as top notch General Motor (GM) automotive parts. Many of our customers share the same general tire questions and concerns. For example, you may ask…

Why are General Motor (GM) tires so important? 

The tires on your General Motor (GM) vehicle is what allows you to get from one place to another. For over one-hundred years, the tires have been considered the single most important safety feature on the entire vehicle. Technically, the tires are also the only part on the car that make direct contact with the road. Every single component on the General Motor (GM)vehicle relies on the tires allowing you to grip the road and safety stop and go as you need to. Every single steering adjustment you make is immediately transmitted from your power to the tires which meets the road.

If your General Motor (GM) tires are not up to safety standards and are incredibly worn, not only is your safety at risk but your passengers and others around you. If you are driving around with older tires, your safety is most definitely being compromised every time you get behind the wheel. Why? You may ask. The reason is because you do not have full control over your stopping power because there is not enough traction to have a solid grip on the road.

Do most people know which General Motor (GM) tires to purchase right away?

Most people do not know about tire safety nor do they know which tires to purchase right when they walk in. That is totally fine and completely expected. We are the tire experts, and work overtime to educate ourselves about the latest and greatest in the automotive and tire world. We take time with each and every one of our customers to demonstrate the importance of tire safety awareness so that everything makes sense when you make a purchase. We understand how costly new tires can be. That is why we offer some of the most competitive pricing around the metro Detroit area.

If I do not know which General Motor (GM) tires to buy, will someone be there to assist me?

Absolutely. We are here at all times to sit down and discuss different tire options and pricing. We are not going to sell you something that is not appropriate for your driving needs. We will also work with you so that you can afford a good set of new tires.

What if I only need two new General Motor (GM) tires and not four? 

If you only need two new tires, that is perfectly fine. This is quite normal for people to only need two new tires at a time.

Why didn't all of the tires wear out exactly at the same time? 

Although there can be numerous reasons as to why they didn't wear the same; typically this has to do with the drivers style of driving. If someone drives too hard this could possibly lead to faster tire tread wear than one would like. That is why we recommend you taking good care of your tires and checking the air pressure in them regularly.

What is the importance behind correct tire pressure? 

If your General Motor (GM) vehicle does not notify you about low tire pressure, we recommend that you have it checked regularly. Having the correct amount of tire pressure is vital to your safety as well as the life of the tires. If you do not have the correct amount in them, the overall balance of the General Motor (GM) vehicle could be off as well. If the tire is over-inflated, it could lead to a blow out when exceeding recommended speed limits. If the tire is under the required inflation amount, you are also at risk for a blow out or a flat tire.

How often should I have my tires rotated? 

Typically, your tires should be rotated anywhere between 4,000 and 6,000 miles at the most. Rotating your tires is essential to the tires lasting as long as possible. If the tires become too worn out in the same spot of the General Motor (GM) vehicle, they will not last as long as you probably expected at the time of purchase.

I am only purchasing two new tires, where will the new tires be placed?

If you are purchasing only two new tires, the new pair of tires should always be placed on the rear axle of the General Motor (GM) vehicle; and the worn tires should be placed to the front. This allows the driver to obtain more control over the vehicle; especially in wet and rainy road conditions. Although most people think that the new tires should be placed in the front, it is exactly the opposite.

What are General Motor (GM) high performance tires?

High-performance tires are typically utilized for sports cars as they improve the General Motor (GM) vehicle’s overall horsepower. Performance tires tend to supply you with less road grip, which essentially takes a great deal of stress off of the engine. They are also more expensive compared to an All-Season Tire that is intended for everyday use.​

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