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    Bridgeview Auto Services Center

    26 Forsyth St, New York, NY 10002
    Tel: +12122266465

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    Flat fix

    103 Allen St, New York, NY 10002
    Tel: +19175280287

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    Ys Tire

    97 Allen St, New York, NY 10002
    Tel: +16466131410

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    Marcy Tires

    528 Park Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11205
    Tel: +17184869890

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    Rafi's Tire Repair Shop

    636 4th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11232
    Tel: +17183691494

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    I & E Tire

    156 Sullivan St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
    Tel: +17186251300

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    Ludlow Garage

    151 Attorney St, New York, NY 10002
    Tel: +12125050869

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    Tom's Goma Tire Shop

    418 Hooper St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
    Tel: +17183840022

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    Nam's Auto Service Corporation

    471 Baltic St, Brooklyn, NY 11217
    Tel: +17184227783

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    Clinton Auto Collision

    37 Clinton Ave, New York, NY 11205
    Tel: +17188555553

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Tire FAQs

When should I replace my tires?

Overtime the tread on tires becomes worn down which can make the vehicle more difficult to handle. The best way to determine whether your tires need to be replaced it to look at the tread wear indicator.

What is the difference between all-season tires and winter tires?

While all-season tires offer good traction in a range of weather conditions they can harden during low temperatures. This can make them unsuitable for winter driving. On the other hand, winter tires are specifically designed for the winter which makes them great at dealing with low temperatures, ice and slush.

Can my tire be repaired?

This depends on the nature of the damage. Nevertheless, it is always worth enquiring if a repair can be carried out. If your tire has been damage by something like a nail, then it cannot usually be safely repaired. Similarly, punctures greater than 1/4" wide cannot be repaired.

What are the benefits of having nitrogen-filled tires?

Tires that are filled with nitrogen are more fuel efficient as they lose inflation pressure significantly slower than regular air-filled tires. In addition, nitrogen promotes longer tire life. Nitrogen offers consistent pressure throughout the tire for a longer tread life and unlike regular air it does not contain moisture. Overtime moisture can be damaging to the construction of the tire.