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NEW IMAGE TIRES

3083 North Decatur Road, Scottsdale, Ga., 30079

 

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When you go to New Image Tires, the first thing we will try to find out, before making any changes, is to check the condition of the wheels and advise you if a tire change is essential. Maybe just changing the two wheels is enough, or perhaps you should change the four tires. The first thing is always to make sure the state of wear of your wheels and give you the appropriate information you will need to decide what to do.

Once the work we are going to do is determined, we will use our specialized machinery to disassemble the old tires and assemble the new wheels. In New Image Tires, we continually invest in updating our specialized mechanism for changing tires to provide excellent service. One of our priorities is always not to run the risk of scratching the car tire.

Besides, as a customer, if you wish, you can always follow the process during the change of your tires or relax in our area dedicated to the client that you will find in many of the New Image Tires workshops.

The tire market is filled  with sizes, style, and brand option – and knowing which choices can work for your vehicle may be confusing. When it comes to choosing the right tire sizes, there may be several options that fit within your vehicle parameters.

Each tire sidewall is etched with a series of numbers and reading these tire markings can tell you important information about a tire’s size and construction.

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Wheel Alignment

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4-million tires in stock

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The tire market is a fill with size, style, and brand option – and knowing which choices can work for your vehicle may be confusing. When it comes to choosing the right tire sizes, there may be several options that fit within your vehicle parameters.

Each tire sidewall is etched with a series of numbers and reading these tire markings can tell you important information about a tire’s size and construction.