Hi-Tech Automotive and Tire Center has great prices on tires and much more. We service the tires we sell with computer spin balancing, TPMS service and adjustments, flat tire repairs, low-profile tire installations, and tire rotations. Our technicians also handle brake repairs, wheel alignments, electrical system repairs, replacement of belts and hoses, lube and oil changes, and other preventive maintenance.
When it comes to the performance of your vehicle, you want quality service from trusted experts. Hi-tech automotive and Tire & Service offer a wide range of automotive and tire services. From new tires to an oil change, to battery replacement, Tire & Service Network skilled technicians will help repair and maintain your vehicle
It is important to properly inspect your tires and get expert help to repair a tire that has deflated or been punctured.
Tire repair services performed by the certified experts and technicians at hi tech automotive service include:
Dismounting and inspection of the tire to determine the cause of the inflation pressure loss and whether or not it can be repaired
Repairs performed in accordance with strict industry standards
Proper plugging and patching from the inside of the tire if suitable for repair
Rebalancing of tire and wheel assembly
Reactivating sensor if applicable
Why is it important to have my tire properly repaired?
If you're driving on a tire that continuously loses air or has a puncture, it is very important to your safety to have it inspected immediately. A service professional should inspect the tire inside and out to determine whether it can be repaired or needs to be replaced. Flat-tire repair services may help to:
Properly repair punctures in the tread
Prevent further tire damage
Maintain tire air pressure at manufacturer-recommended levels
How often should I inspect my tires?
You should inspect your tires regularly (at least once a month) for excessive or irregular tread wear, scrapes, snags, cuts, bulges, cracks, impact damage, punctures, stones or other debris embedded in the tread, or other damages. If any of these conditions are present, or if you are experiencing continuous pressure loss, the tire should be dismounted and inspected for damage on the inside and to determine if a repair can be made.