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WHY CHOOSE US?

Whether it’s adding a few inches to your ride, slamming it to the ground, new wheels, tires, accessories, or just wondering what that weird sound your car is making, Northern Tire & Wheel is your headquarters. Let our experienced professionals and friendly staff help you to get your car or truck looking its best and turning heads.

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  • "I have taken several of the family cars here for the past several years and without exception the experiences have been outstanding. I would highly recommend this place to any one who wants great service, honest value, and really great people."

    ROBERT SMITH
  • "I have taken several of the family cars here for the past several years and without exception the experiences have been outstanding. I would highly recommend this place to any one who wants great service, honest value, and really great people."

    ROBERT SMITH
  • "I have taken several of the family cars here for the past several years and without exception the experiences have been outstanding. I would highly recommend this place to any one who wants great service, honest value, and really great people."

    ROBERT SMITH

OUR MISSION

To be your first choice for wheels, tires, brakes, alignment lift kits and lowering kits while providing total customer value through customer-driven service, focused assortments, and competitive operations.

FREQUENT QUESTIONS

  • Why do I see so many different prices for the same tire?

    When shopping for tires, it’s important to compare the total cost—including mounting, balancing, valve stems, TPMS transfer, tire disposal, and an alignment check. Northern Tire guarantees you the best price and the best service.

  • How can I get more mileage out of my tires?

    Check your tire pressure regularly, rotate your tires, and watch for signs of uneven wear, which can mean alignment problems.

  • How do I know when I need new tires?

    When your tread wears down to 4/32 of an inch you start to lose significant traction on wet or snowy roads. A Washington quarter, placed upside down in the tread grooves at several points, is a handy gauge. You’re o.k. if the tread covers part of Washington’s head. To be legal in most states tires must pass the Lincoln penny test, a minimum tread depth of 2/32 inch. Manufacturer’s also place wear bars in the grooves between tire treads. When the tread is nearly flush with the bars, it’s time to replace your tires.

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