Tire Service Center in Savannah, GA

Tire Rotation

Removing and re-installing tires in the recommended position maintains a balance in the traction and handling of your vehicle

Wheel Alignment

If your vehicle is pulling to the left or right, aligning your tires will ensure proper handling, fuel efficiency, and will fix uneven wear on your tires

Tire Installation

Our Mopar parts and service department will find you the right tire for your vehicle, no matter the make and model, and install with care

Tire Puncture Repair

If your tire is losing air or pressure, it might be punctured. Our team will remove it, patch it from the inside, and remount it to get you back on the road

Tire Pressure Check

Every time you bring your car for a tire check, our staff will check the pressure levels on each tire and fill it up. Schedule a service appointment today!

Wheel Balancing

To maintain a smooth ride, balancing your wheels is necessary. Balancing your wheels lowers the stress on your tires and suspension system

Finding the Right Tires in Georgia

Unlike other car maintenance – like battery replacement, oil changes, brake service, or brake replacement, there are many different options when it comes to choosing the right tires. Luckily, our Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep or RAM service team wants to help you feel confident with the ones that you choose for your next new or used car. Typically, the size and type of your tires are two of the most important factors that you need to consider when choosing the right tires, and our experts are here to help with it all. Our trained, certified technicians at our service center near Atlanta will match your vehicle to the perfect tires for your specific Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep or RAM model and trim, which eliminates the guesswork and research!

Knowing When to Replace Your Tires

It’s important to replace your tires when there’s any obvious or unrepairable damage or when the tread has worn down—especially if you can feel it in the handling of your vehicle. Replacing your tires when the tread is low is not only important to the vehicle, but also for yourself and your passengers inside of the vehicle. When the tread is low, it becomes unsafe to drive since the tires will not be able to grip the road and handle inclement weather conditions like rain, ice, or snow. A quick and easy way to identify if your tire’s tread is too worn is the classic Penny Test. To do this, simply place a penny upside down in between the tire tread. If you can see the top of Lincoln’s head, the treads are worn and tire replacement is needed! If you’re unsure about the penny trick, simply stop by our Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep or RAM Dealership and our service team can check your tires for you!

The Best Tire Service in Georgia

If you find yourself in need of any tire service, whether it be needing a tire rotation, a tire alignment, a tire replacement for your Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep or RAM car/truck, or even a second opinion if you are unsure, there’s no better place than an authorized Service Center like Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM North Savannah. Avoid the confusion and overwhelming feeling of a normal tire shop by assuring you get the right set of tires for your specific model, replaced by a factory-trained team of technicians at a competitive price. Contact us with any questions or schedule an appointment to get your tires inspected or replaced today! Since this is a matter of you and your passengers’ safety, the sooner the better! Also, be sure to take advantage of any Mopar parts or service coupons we have to offer!

How long can you drive on a spare tire?

You should not exceed 50-70 miles with a donut spare, donut tires are not designed for long-distance trips. Actually, it goes beyond the distance. Speed matters too. You should not go beyond 50 mph with this kind. If you have a regular tire as a spare, simply drive as you normally would.

Do I need special tires if I have a tire pressure monitoring system?

No. The sensors will work with standard tires. We’ll make sure to swap the sensors from your old tires to the new ones.

How often should I rotate my tires?

Tire manufacturers recommend every 5,000 to 7,000 miles, or every oil change, assuming you change the oil every 5,000 miles.

What are the advantages of using nitrogen instead of air?

Nitrogen molecules are larger than oxygen molecules, which means nitrogen escapes more slowly. This can mean tires maintain their correct pressure longer with nitrogen. A tire filled with oxygen may vary more as temperatures rise and fall than it would with a nitrogen-filled tire.