Tire Service & Repair in Huntsville, Al

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Your vehicle's tires are the first and only contact with the road, so it is important to choose the right set when replacing them. Bentley Buick GMC has Certified Service experts that will handle all of your tire needs. From checking tire wear to tire pressure our team can help you find new tires for your vehicle and care for your current set with tire repair in Huntsville, AL.

Tire Price Match Guarantee 

Bentley Buick GMC is happy to offer a price match guarantee for tires in Alabama. 

Provide us with a better eligible* price at the time of purchase and we’ll match it. Find a better price within 30 days, and we’ll refund the difference.

Eligible Tire Brands: BFGoodrich, Bridgestone, Continental, Dunlop, Firestone, General, Goodyear, Hankook, Kelly, Michelin, Pirelli, and Uniroyal.

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The team at Bentley Buick GMC will help you find the right tires for your vehicle. You should always use the same size tires for all four wheels to ensure even performance with your vehicle. It’s also important to choose the right size based on your model, as the wrong size tire can negatively affect fuel efficiency and performance.

We carry a variety of brands and sizes to fit almost any budget. Our tires come with warranties for various mileage, from 30,000 miles to 60,000 miles or more. Our team can help you determine which tires are right for your vehicle based on your driving habits and needs.


Your tires are the one component of the vehicle that has direct contact with the road. When they have low pressure, poor tread, or other issues, it can impact the way the vehicle handles. To deal with any of these problems, you can schedule tire service in Huntsville, AL with the Bentley Buick GMC Certified Service Technicians.

You may notice that the car doesn’t drive as smoothly or it feels bumpy, which can be an indication that the tire is out of balance. If the vehicle fails to stop as quickly as normal, it may be that the tread is worn on the tires. Uneven wear can also affect how the vehicle handles, which can be prevented with tire rotation in Huntsville, AL with our service team.

Tire Maintenance

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Wheel Alignment & Balance

Proper wheel alignment is key to prolonging the life of your tires. If your vehicle is misaligned, it can cause your tires to wear unevenly, and you may experience a change in how your vehicle handles.

Your tires and wheels are aligned and balanced at the factory to provide the longest life and best overall performance. Adjustments to wheel alignment and tire balancing are not necessary on a regular basis. Consider a wheel alignment check if there is unusual tire wear or the vehicle is significantly pulling to one side or the other. You may notice that the steering wheel turns to the side even when you’re driving in a straight line. You may find it harder to turn the vehicle when the wheels are out of alignment.

Alignment issues can happen for many reasons. If you drive over gravel roads or rough pavement on a regular basis, it can cause your wheels to be misaligned. Hitting a curb or getting in an accident can also knock your wheels out of alignment.

If one of your tires is out of balance, it can affect your ride quality and can shorten the life of tires and other suspension components. If you notice a vibration when driving on a smooth road, the tires and wheels may need to be rebalanced. Let our Certified Service experts ensure you have a smooth ride with our tire service in Huntsville, AL.

A service guy repairing and balancing a tire

Tire Rotation

It's a known fact that regular tire rotation extends the life of your tires and improves performance. Tires are rotated to achieve a uniform wear for all tires. Each tire performs different tasks (such as steering in front- versus rear-wheel drive), therefore tires wear at different rates. Your tires should be rotated every 7,500 miles to prevent irregular tire wear.

It's important to rotate your tires according to the correct tire-rotation pattern. Doing so will prolong the life of your tires and will reduce the risk of sudden tire failure. Your front tires encounter different tasks than the rear tires. A front-wheel-drive vehicle’s tires perform different tasks than those on a rear-wheel-drive vehicle.

If your vehicle has a Tire Pressure Monitoring System, it will need to be reset after each tire rotation. You can count on your Certified Service experts to perform this simple procedure with every tire rotation they perform. For more information, see your Owner’s Manual for details. You can contact us for an appointment for tire rotation in Huntsville, AL.

A service technician installing a tire

Tire Pressure

Your Buick or GMC's Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) is designed to warn the driver when low-tire-pressure conditions exist. A sensor measures tire pressure and temperature, then transmits data to your tire pressure monitor. If the pressure in one or more of your tires is 25 percent or more below the vehicle manufacturer's recommended cold inflation pressure for tires, a warning indication will alert the driver.

Your Original Equipment TPMS sensor battery can last up to 10 years with normal use. When the TPMS battery fails, the sensor will need to be replaced.

How do you know that air pressure is low or whether the TPMS has malfunctioned?

If your Tire Pressure Monitor light comes on and stays solid with a check tire pressure, low tire pressure, or add air to tire message, then check and adjust all tire air pressures to the recommended levels. Next, drive your vehicle to turn the light off.

If your Tire Pressure Monitor light appears as a blinking yellow lamp for more than one minute and stays solid, then diagnostic service is needed. If your TPMS is not functioning properly, it cannot detect or signal a low-tire condition. Simply schedule an appointment with one of our Certified Service Technicians and they can ensure your TPMS is operating properly so you can go with confidence.

Tire Wear

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What Causes Tire Wear

There are many factors that can cause tire wear, such as your driving style and tire maintenance habits. Tire replacement is absolutely needed when the tread wear indicators appear. Your tire's built-in tread wear indicators look like narrow strips of smooth rubber across the tread and become visible as the tire surface wears.

If you are in need of tires, come to Bentley Buick GMC. Our Certified Service experts will help you find the right tires for your Buick, GMC vehicle. Schedule an appointment for service today.

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When To Replace Tires

Tread wear indicators appear when your tires only have 2/32 inch or less of tread remaining. Also, the rubber in your tires ages over time. This applies to your spare tire as well (if available), even if it is never used. Multiple factors including temperatures, loading conditions, and inflation pressure maintenance affect how fast tires age.

Other warning signs that your vehicle will need tire replacement:

  • You can see three or more tread wear indicators around the tire
  • The tire cord or fabric is showing through the rubber
  • The tire tread or sidewall is cracked, cut, or snagged deep enough to show cord or fabric
  • The tire has a bulge or split
  • The tire has a puncture, cut, or other damage that can't be repaired correctly


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