Our goal is to be the leaders in affordable, quality tires. We serve customers with the latest Dunlop, Cooper, Toyo, Michelin, BF Goodrich, Continental and Pirelli tires.
Included in this tire promotion is a complete line of tire types or your car, truck, SUV or minivan. This consists of All-Terrain tires, Performance tires, Light Truck/SUV tires, Highway/Rib tires and Standard Touring tires.
We'll beat any price on the same tires or pay you the difference. It's our Best Price on tires GUARANTEED! Customer pays all mount, balance, tax and disposal fees.
With decades of experience, along with a Certified Service Staff, we know how to not only install your new tires, but to identify and treat any problem your vehicle may be having, whether it be an alignment correction, strut and shock replacement or drive-train work.
How do you know when it is time for new tires?
- The primary goal of tread on a tire is to displace water beneath the tire to improve overall traction. As the treads become worn, the tire is no longer safe. If the tread of your tire is down to 1/16th of an inch it is time to purchase some new tires at INFINITI of Tampa. We conveniently serve Tampa, FL and surrounding areas.
- Look closely at the tread pattern of your tires, if you are able to see the small bridges that form between your treads and they are flush with the treads, it's time for new tires.
- Try the penny test, put a penny with Lincoln facing you in the center of the tire tread. If you can see the very top of Lincoln's head it is time for new tires immediately, if the hair on top of his head is partially visible you should come visit INFINITI of Tampa and start shopping for new tires. If you cannot see his hair, your tires do not need to be replaced.
- Use a depth tread indicator or gauge - if you don't already own one, the gauge is cheap to purchase from most auto parts dealers.
- Know the legal requirements in your jurisdiction. In some states it is illegal to have tires worn down past 1/16 of an inch.
- Note any irregular tread wear, this could indicate wheel misalignment, the need for a tire rotation or both.
- Replace your tires at least every six years.