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Long Lake: 705-586-6272

Notre Dame: 705-586-0966

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Long Lake: gerry@rocktownauto.ca

Notre Dame: denis@rocktownauto.ca

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Mon - Fri: 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Saturday Long Lake: 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.

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Exceed your expectations, deliver an exceptional experience and build a

long-term relationship with you!

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2055 Long Lake Road
Sudbury, Ontario

P3E 4M8

887 Notre Dame Avenue
Sudbury, Ontario

P3A 2T2

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TIRE SALES & REPAIR

Your tires are the most important part of your vehicle, after all, they are what keep you on the road. It is important to follow the manufacturer's schedule and have your tires inspected, rotated and balanced.

 

Our technicians will let you know when it is time to replace your tires and give

you expert advice and service. 

TIRE EDUCATION

Tire tread isn't the only indicator of tires issues. If your tires are more worn on the inside than the outside, or the other way around, you most likely have wheel alignment issues that won't be resolved by new tires.

 

 

When you visit Rock Town Automotive, our experts will inspect, rotate and balance your tires, as required by your vehicle's manufacturer. If it is time to replace your tires, we will recommend the correct size and style of tire you need based on your type of vehicle and the way you drive. And, we will install your new tires correctly. 

 

Here are a few tips to help keep you and your tires rolling along trouble-free

 

Make sure you have your tires rotated regularly. Your vehicle's manufacturer has specific recommendations for tire rotation and following the schedule will extend the life of your tires. 

 

Keep your tires properly inflated. Your tires typically lose one psi (pound per square inch) each month. And remember, the temperature of the outside air can have a significant impact on tire pressure.

For example, a drop of 10°F in temperature can cause a one psi loss in tire pressure.

 

Low tire pressure, can result in reduced gas mileage and heat builds up which leads to tire damage. 

 

Check for signs of excessive or uneven tire wear. Uneven wear on the inside or outside of your tire is an indication you need to get your car inspected.

 

 

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How do I know if I need new tires?

 

Visually inspect your tires for wear and tear. another way is to insert a penny in the tried and if the penny does not cover the Queens head you most likely need new tires.