You can get the amazing look of high quality tires at low prices by shopping with Deals on Wheels West Palm Beach. We have perfected the tire buying experience and that’s why we can offer you cheap tires that look expensive. The selection is always a plus, with name brands that you know and trust. As always, mounting and balancing is included in the cost and there’s no tire disposal fee.
Those are just a few of the reasons why so many West Palm Beach drivers come to Deals on Wheels when they need cheap tires. We have a wide selection of both new and used tires and you can count on great customer service every time you visit us. Now is a great time to come in and take advantage of our tire sale West Palm Beach, FL.
Tips on Buying Cheap Tires
At Deals on Wheels, our staff has the experience to help you select a great brand that will perform well on your car, truck or SUV. We can work with any budget; just let us know what price range you need to stay within. Our highly trained professionals know their stuff when it comes to cheap tires and rims and you’ll get a good fit that will serve you well.
Today’s tires are built from the inside out and the heart of the tire is found in the inner liner. This is what gives the tire its shape and helps it hold air. Fabric and steel belts are wrapped around the inner liner and these give the tire its stability. Look for a tread pattern that is as flat as possible. A flatter tread pattern means your tire will make more contact with the road. You’ll find a number of tread patterns for each type of tire.
The sidewall is important too. This is what gives the tire its ride characteristics and sturdiness. You’ll find that a taller, softer sidewall absorbs the bumps better. A shorter, stiffer sidewall gives you better cornering ability, along with a sharper steering response.
This makes it important to consider the type of driving you do. If you spend a lot of time behind the wheel, and want a smoother ride, then go with the taller, softer sidewall. Usually, those who drive sports cars enjoy the sharper steering response with the shorter sidewall. Be sure to check the alphanumeric code on the tire that describes tire dimensions. Usually, this code starts with a “P” but may start with an “LT” to signify light truck. On various brands, you’ll find the “Max. Load” indication and this is the tire’s load rating.
Check Out Our Tire Deals
Flashy new tires and wheels are a great way to add style and beauty to any auto and we can work with any budget, so come in and take advantage of our Big Tire Sale at Deals on Wheels. Our staff can help you choose cheap tires that don’t look cheap at all. We enjoy answering your questions and want you to be completely happy with your tire buying experience.