Do I Need New Tires?
Watch this fast-paced video to learn when it’s time to purchase new tires or when you may need tire service.
What are the Top 10 Signs That You Need New Tires?
When should I have an alignment?
How Often Should I Rotate My Tires?
Why is Tire Pressure Critical?
What is the Tire Pressure Monitoring System?
What Is TPMS?
Schedule Tire Services
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**At participating dealers.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How Often Should I Change My Tires?
Tires today generally have an average useful life of 25,000 to 50,000 miles before they need to be replaced, or you can also refer to your Owner’s Manual. But how often you need to replace your tires depends not only on the type of tires but also on how you drive. Fast cornering, heavy braking and high mileage wear down tires faster. Weather conditions and rough terrain can also have an effect. Learn how to check your tire tread, or stop by a Ford Dealer and let our expert techs check to see if it’s time to buy new tires.
Why Choose Ford Service for Your Tire Service and Repair Needs?
Our Ford technicians are factory trained to identify problems and perform a variety of repair and maintenance services, like wheel alignments, tire rotation, tire pressure adjustments and tire repairs. If your tires need to be replaced, our technicians are ready to advise on the appropriate replacement for your vehicle and help with the best-priced tires backed by our Low Price Tire Guarantee.
• Wheel Alignments
• Tread Wear
• Tire Pressure
• Tire Rotations
• TPMS Issues
• Flat Tires or Other Tire Repair
- aValid on dealer-installed retail purchases only. Requires presentation of competitor's current price ad/offer on exact tire sold by dealership within 30 days after purchase. For online quote, guarantee applies only to new tires sold on retailer websites. Excludes tires sold by third parties on marketplace sites and any resellers. See participating U.S. dealership for details through 12/31/22.