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AYT TIRES SERVICE
TIRES that fit your vehicle,
lifestyle & budget

Uneven wear and cracking?
Tread is below 2/32“ in depth?
Bulges or blisters that extends outward?
Grooves, tracks or cuts in the sidewall?


Tire balancing—for a smooth ride
Properly balanced tires helps ensure the longevity of your tires and provide a more comfortable ride. Balancing services are included with tire installation and include FREE rebalancing for the life of your tire.

Where the rubber meets the road

1

It’s your tires that will stop the car

That’s right. Bet you thought it was your brakes, but it’s your tires. Your brakes stop the wheels from turning, but it’s the grip of the tires that actually brings your car to a stop. In fact, the only thing holding your car to the road is an area on the tires that’s the size of a hand. So when it comes to safety, tires truly are one of the most important components of your vehicle. 

2

Passenger or Light Truck Tire?

Passenger tires are designed for use on lighter weight vehicles such as regular passenger cars, minivans, CUVs, SUVs, and small trucks. They are designed to deliver a smooth, quiet ride and exceptional traction in wet and dry conditions while providing adequate load carrying capacity. Light truck tires are more rugged and durable, with higher load carrying capacities. They are designed to support the weight of heavier vehicles and are perfect for heavy loads and tough road conditions. 

3

All season all the time?

All season tires combine the benefits of summer and winter tires. While all season tires won’t have the grip and handling of a summer tire, or the traction capabilities of a winter tire on snow and ice, they do provide great year round performance in moderate climates. For optimum traction in extreme winter driving conditions, a dedicated winter tire is the best choice. 

4

When should I replace my tires?

Determine if it’s time to begin shopping for new tires by placing a quarter, with George Washington’s head facing down, into a tread groove. The top of his head to the edge of a quarter is 4⁄32”. If the top of his head can be seen, it’s time to start shopping in anticipation of upcoming tire replacement.

 Tires should be replaced when the tread is worn down to 2/32 of an inch. Tires have built-in “treadwear indicators” – raised sections that run in between the tire’s tread. When the tread is worn down so that it’s level with the tread indicator, the tires are no longer street legal and must be replaced. 

HQ Address

2121 West Virginia Ave.NE
Washington, D.C 20002

Contacts    

Phone: (855)-254-8128
Fax: (202)-526-5204

Hours of Operation

M-F 7:30-6:00
Saturday: 8:00-4:00
Sunday: Closed

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