Find New Tires at Barkley Tire & Service
Your tires are essential components in safely operating your car, truck, or SUV. They ensure a smooth ride and keep a grip on the road as you accelerate, turn, and brake. Barkley Tire & Service understands the value of good tires, and we offer a selection of high-quality brands at affordable prices. When you get a flat, or your tires have gone bald, let our professional team of automotive experts help you replace them with the right type for your vehicle. As a family-run business with 25 years of experience in Sherman Oaks, CA, we offer you a pleasant experience as our technicians get your car back in optimal condition. When the low tire pressure light comes on, you might not need to replace them. We are prepared to patch and service your existing tires.
Barkley Tire in Sherman Oaks sells Michelin Tires, Goodyear Tires, Bridgestone Tires, Firestone Tires, Pirelli Tires, Yokohama Tires, Continental Tires, Toyo Tires, Kumho Tires & Kelly Tires.
Visit Us for New Tires in the Sherman Oaks
When you need new tires, Barkley Tire & Service keeps your experience simple and running smoothly. We will help you select the right tires for your vehicle to ensure long-lasting use and safe driving. We invite you to call or visit our auto shop at its convenient Sherman Oaks location for all your tire and auto service needs. Give us a call today to schedule auto service and ensure timely work by our friendly staff.
Signs You Need New Tires
We all know our tires have a limited lifespan, but not everybody knows when to replace them or what to look for that indicates their expiration. When you get a flat tire, there’s a strong chance you’ll need to replace it. When you’ve driven for years without any apparent damage, you might lose track of your tire’s wear and effectiveness on the road. Here are a few indications that your tires need replacement:
Having good treads is essential to safe driving. When your tires’ treads are worn, your vehicle cannot handle driving in rainy conditions. Check your treads regularly with a penny. Point Lincoln’s head down and insert it into your tire’s grooves. If the tread covers any part of Lincoln’s head, your tires are okay. Otherwise, you need to replace them due to shallow treads.
Your tires’ tread wear might not be a problem, but their age is a concern that many vehicle and tire manufacturers advise you to consider. Most tire manufacturers suggest you replace your tires when they’re 10 years old. Be sure to check the recommendations from the manufacturer for your specific tires.
Exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays and intense heat may change your tires structurally, as well as any extreme weather conditions like cold temperatures. When these elements combine with rocks and adverse road conditions, your tires can get damaged and worn down. It’s vital to choose the right tire for the climate and season in which you’re driving.
$40 OFF Alignment
With purchase of 4 or more tires
Most Cars and Some Restrictions May Apply
Up to $150 OFF
On Select Michelin Tires
Some Restrictions May Apply