Paul’s Auto & Tire is a premier supplier of new tires in Oceana County for every kind of vehicle ranging from passengers vehicles and light trucks to farm equipment and tractor trailers, boat trailers and RV’s. Wherever you are from, Mears, Silver Lake, Pentwater, Shelby, New Era, Rothbury, Montague, Whitehall, Scottville, Custer, Ludington, Manistee, Filer City, we will get you the best deals possible. Providing you the best of all major brands, we can get tires from:
- and many other brands.
Tires are the base of every vehicle, allowing you to drive the many roads that take you on your journey. Without tires, driving would be a much bumpier affair. Maintaining your car’s tires is a very important step to safety, and you need quality tires to ensure control of your vehicle when driving. The first step to purchasing new tires is to check your vehicle’s owner manual. Find your tire size and evaluate the type of roads that you generally travel on your day to day adventures. Highway driving and country/back road driving really require different types of tires to make your ride perform and drive where ever you require.
Contact us to get a quote on tire prices.Passenger tires (car ) are designated with a P before the tire size, example P215 15 R16.
You want heavy-duty, special trailer service tires for your boat, camper or utility trailer.
Special trailer service tires feature heavy-duty constructions and accommodate higher inflation pressures to provide the load capacity necessary to match many trailer applications and payloads. Their stiffer sidewalls help control sway for enhanced towing stability and they offer more bruise resistance than typical passenger tires. These heavy-duty, special purpose trailer tires are not meant for use on cars or trucks. We carry a variety of sizes of trailer tires, and can get specialty tires as well for your trailers.
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Light truck tires are designated with an LT in front of the tire size, example LT235 75 R15.
We have a wide selection of light truck tires. Whether you are looking for all weather tires for your truck or mud tires.From standard pick-up trucks to off road, we will help you find the truck tire you need. We have a wide variety of tire brands and sizes available. If we don’t have the tires you need on hand most are available for next day delivery.
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Tell us what you need and we can get it for you at an affordable price. With all of our new tire sales we can provide mounting and balancing to help keep you rolling smoothly down the road. We also offer a Tire Protection Plan-almost like insurance for your tires!
We Fill Tires With Nitrogen.
TPMS Sensors for tires are available when needed. We can remove and replace your faulty TPMS sensors and reprogram them on site while you wait.
We also sell new tires and retreads for semi-trucks, and provide roadside tire services when you have a flat or blowout. Whether you need a single tire repaired, replaced or a full set of retreads or new tires, Paul’s is your truck tire solution.
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We offer a FREE lifetime warrenty on trailer tires. We have several kinds of trailer tire for light duty use to utility trailer tires and Recreational Vehicle trailers. Ask for details.
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS). TPMS sensors are fragile and can easily be damaged as your vehicle ages or when you replace your tires. Replacing your sensors’ parts, including seals and valve cores, is vital to keeping the sensor operating safely and extending the life of the sensor(s).
If this dashboard warning light comes on, it is important to have the problem diagnosed and serviced immediately.
Many people aren’t familiar with the Tire Pressure Monitoring System warning light, or what the symbol means.
The Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) symbol is an important part of the safety of your vehicle. It alerts you if:
- · A tire’s pressure is low
- · If there is system malfunction
- · The system detects a problem with a tire.
When the Tire Pressure Monitoring System light comes on in your vehicle, you need to bring it into a facility that knows how to diagnose the problem, properly fix it and have the sensor reset or replaced. Paul’s Auto & Tire Repair LLC can do this for you!
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