Tires Sale through the month of September, Get up to $100.00 cash back on select Hankook tires when you purchase four!
- Tires Sale with up to $100.00 cash back
- FREE Mounting & Balancing
- FREE Alignment Check
- FREE Nitrofill Nitrogen tire fill
Best Auto Service Center in Tannersville, PA
We are an AAA certified repair shop. That means our work is backed up by a nationwide warranty and our customers get a discount for being a AAA member. We are also a ACDelco preferred service center. All or or customers receive free of charge the ACDelco Consumer Assurance which covers free lockout service, jump start, flat tire assistance, fluid delivery and up to a $75.00 in towing reimbursement. Having peace of mind knowing your car is fixed by certified technicians who train on a monthly basis and know your car is fixed right the first time. Our shop is family owned and operated. Our staff does not work on a commission basis like the chain stores and dealers.
Hankook Tires Kontrol Technology:
- Performance – Tire performance is maximized with improved durability that maintains the best handling even under the worst driving conditions, allowing drivers to always move in the direction of choice under a variety of driving conditions.
- Safety – Safety of both car and driver is guaranteed by maintaining the car’s ability to perform while driving even under harsh weather or road conditions.
- Comfort – Based on a deeper understanding of how tires perform and behave in real world conditions, tires are designed to limit noise, vibrations and harshness on the roads to allow for optimal driving experience.
- Environment – Cost for the customers is reduced by increasing fuel efficiency while negative impact to the environment is minimized by reducing carbon emissions.
Why we use Nitrofill Nitrogen to fill tires instead of air:
- Compressed air is your tire’s worst enemy. Air is about 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, and 1% other. Nitrogen is inert, noncombustible and non-corrosive. Oxygen, on the other hand, is immensely destructive to rubber and other tire materials. As soon as a tire is manufactured and exposed to air, the effects of “oxidation” begin to deteriorate the rubber. Over time it loses its elasticity and strength, just like an old rubber band you’ve probably found around your home. This same process occurs in tires inflated with air as the oxygen attacks the rubber molecules, working from the inside out, until the oxygen, and its destructive properties, permeates the tire structure and ultimately the tread.