Where can I get new tires for my Mercedes-Benz in Salem OR? 

By Product Expert | Posted in Mercedes-Benz Service on Wednesday, March 6th, 2019 at 3:51 pm
closeup view of car tire being serviced in auto shop

Tire care is vital, no matter what you drive. Your Mercedes-Benz is a classy, high-quality ride, but without the proper tire care, what’s the point? There are routine services you should have done to your tires to make sure they wear down evenly and last as long as possible. Tires aren’t exactly cheap so you would hate to have to replace them sooner than expected. Well, when you do need to get new tires and have them serviced, the experts at Mercedes of Salem can help you out. Keep reading to learn more. 

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Tire rotation Salem OR 

A tire rotation is one of the most common services you will ever have done to your Mercedes-Benz. We recommend that you get your tires rotated during every other oil change, or so. The technician literally removes your tires and places them on different spots on the axle. This helps to ensure that every part of your tire wears evenly. If you don’t get your tires rotated, they will need to be replaced much sooner than necessary.  

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Front-end alignment Salem OR Mechanic checking the air pressure of a tire

Your wheel alignment is essential to maintaining even wear of your tires. You should get your alignment checked at least once a year. Vehicles naturally become misaligned over time, and if it gets bad enough, it can be very difficult to drive in a straight line. An alignment service can fix that problem immediately, and again, properly aligned wheels will help your tires wear down more evenly. 

You should also remember to check your tire pressure once a week or once every other week. Underinflated tires can hinder your fuel economy and overinflated tires are more susceptible to popping. Bring your vehicle to Mercedes of Salem if you have additional concerns about your tires! 

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