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Tire Dealers & Retail

If you visit a tire retailer, you will find many brands of tires for automobiles and trucks and you can even have them installed. You can also shop online.

  • Pneumatic Tire - This is the common rubber car tire. Its purpose is to protect the rim and provide traction.
  • Rim - The actual wheel which is usually made of steel. Rubber tires are placed over these and if the tire goes flat, the rim will get bent.
  • Dealer - There are many dealers and retailers which sell new and used name brand tires, sometimes for cheap or discounted prices. They will carry tires for automobiles such as trucks, cars, and motorcycles.
  • Off Road - These usually have extra tread to increase the traction for safety purposes. Usually have more protruding tread patterns so they can easily grip onto the ground.
  • Performance - These also have extra tread on them but are manufactured for maneuverability and speed for races.
  • Used - Used tires are usually salvaged off of cars that were in accidents and are perfectly safe. It would be good to check the tread before buying, though.
  • Snow - Tires that are specifically created to be used in snow conditions. These are a good alternative to tire chains because they don’t need to be taken off
  • Tread - The pattern on the tires that provide traction. When these are worn down, it’s possible for them to be re-treaded, but it usually means it’s time to replace the tire.
  • Hydroplane - When water suddenly comes between the tires and the ground, the driver of the vehicle will lose control of the steering, braking, and accelerating for a brief period of time.
  • Penny Test - This is a test to see if your car has enough tread. If Lincoln's head is completely visible, then the tire is too worn out.
    Bridgestone Americas
    Providing tire dealers and retail wheels for vehicles, vans, cars, SUVs, and more.  Get the very best rates in the best brands of new and used tire dealers and retail in the local Vermont area.
    A-1 Auto Tire & Wheels
    Sacramento, CA 95817
    You can find quality tires for the most reasonable prices at our tire dealers and retail in the Vermont area. Select brand name tires for your car or truck at our tire dealers and retail in the Vermont area.
    Tire Industry Association
    Bowie, MD 20716
    Tires and wheels are available at Vermont Tire Dealers & Retail. We offer ATV tires and car tires at Tire Dealers & Retail Vermont.
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    Vermont Tire & Service Inc
    1877 Williston Rd, South Burlington, VT 05403
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    (802) 658-1333
    User Review: "I purchased tires from this store. A month after I had the tires, one tire was very low. After having another qualified..." - Maryann (VT)
    E and E Tire
    152 Riverside Ave, Burlington, VT 05401
    Your source for Tires, new and used, Installation and repair, automotive, suv trailers, lawn mowers, Vermont state inspection station, and Oil changes.
    (802) 864-7759
    Rouse Tire Sales Inc
    Vt Route 7, Middlebury, VT 05753
    Conveniently located in the surrounding area, we offer a variety of products and services to enhance your vehicle's performance. We invite you to call or visit our website today.
    (802) 388-4053
    Oil N Go
    2 David Dr, Essex Junction, VT 05452
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    (802) 879-2707
    User Review: "Great service-- no hard sales which was cool. They did my oil and cleaned my car, too. Nowhere does that. And they're local..." - John (VT)
    Rouse Tire Company
    28 Willow Dr, Middlebury, VT 05753
    Welcome to our Web site. At Rouse Tire Sales we offer a variety of products and services to enhance your vehicle's performance.
    (802) 388-4053
    Oil N' Go
    1691 Shelburne Rd, South Burlington, VT 05403
    When you're in need of fast and reliable automotive repair and maintenance services, come straight to our shop for an oil change, new tires, and more!
    (1) Review Write a review
    (802) 951-0290
    User Review: "These guys were fast-- I walked in w/o appt and they had my oil changed, my carpets vacuumed my windows washed and tons..." - John (VT)
    Twin State Tire
    9 Harrison Ave, White River Junction, VT 05001
    (802) 296-8473
    Balls Tire & Auto
    257 Summer St, Lancaster, NH 03584
    (603) 788-4795
    Costello Leon & Co
    1701 Riverside Dr, Berlin, NH 03570
    (603) 752-5410
    Asetex Tire & Auto
    3 Charles St, Claremont, NH 03743
    (603) 542-2179
    Arrow Express Lube & Autocare
    151 Union St, Littleton, NH 03561
    (603) 444-9919
    Laflamme Service Center
    996 Meadow St, Littleton, NH 03561
    (603) 444-5311
    Tire Warehouse
    760 Meadow St, Littleton, NH 03561
    (603) 444-3378
    Sumner Tire
    124 Quarry Rd, Newport, VT 05855
    (802) 334-2452
    City Tire Company
    740 Marshall Ave, Williston, VT 05495
    (802) 951-9999

    Retail automobile tire dealers sell various sizes and models of tires and wheels. Tire dealers have all types of tires to fit your vehicle, whether you drive a large truck, a small car or even a motorcycle. Tire dealers have different types of tires to suit the terrain your vehicle drives on. Retail tire dealers provide various automotive services, including tire and rim installation, alignment services, oil changes and more. When you are looking for the right set of tires and rims for your vehicle, be sure to do a fair amount of research so you can find the best tire dealers for your needs. Search for various retail tire dealers on the internet. Online is where you will find a plethora of websites that offer a large selection of tires and rims. You can purchase your automobile tires through an online retail entity, or you can purchase them through an automobile shop in your area. Look for tire dealers in your area that have the specific size tires or rims that you are looking for. Some tire dealers may cater to only one brand of tire, while others might have a large selection of various tire brands. To ensure that you choose the right tire dealers, do your research and compare various companies. Look on multiple tire dealer websites to learn more about their business, their products and their services. Choosing the right tire dealer may be difficult, so compare rates between multiple automobile shops. Always ask questions, this will ensure that you receive the right tires for your automobile.
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