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If you’re planning to replace your car or truck tires and are looking for good auto tire stores don’t forget to check out Sears tires. Many Sears locations have an auto parts division specializing in Sears auto tires which carries auto parts. You’ll also find that your Sears tire dealers are very knowledgeable on all of the many brands of tires they sell and service.
A Sears tire shop carries many different types of tires for all vehicles including car, light trucks and SUV tires. You can choose from a variety of brand names such as Michelin, Cooper, Firestone, Dunlop and Goodyear to name only a few. The Sears tire shop usually has most tires and sizes in stock for immediate installation and convenience while you shop. Check with your local Sears tire dealer for the automotive department hours of service. Sears store hours and Sears tire shops may have different hours but you will find that most auto tire stores are open Monday through Saturday and some offer Sunday hours. Check with your Sears service center to see if an appointment is required.
To make sure your Sears auto tires wear better you should rotate your tires every few thousand miles. Rotating your tires and keeping them properly inflated, will improve handling make your tires wear longer, and allow your vehicle to get better gas mileage. As it is required by most warranties, ask your Sears tire dealers to explain how often you should have your tires rotated to keep the warranty in effect.