Rick's Automotive provides new tires to customers in Springfield, Nixa, Ozark, and the surrounding areas. If you need tire repair or replacement, Rick’s is the place for you.
Use our consumer tire guide to learn more about tire type, tire width, aspect ratio, construction, wheel diameter, load index and speed rating. Find out how these basic tire traits can help you choose the right tire for your vehicle. Browse our tire catalog full of the best brands in the industry.
When you are looking to buy new tires in Springfield, it is important to consider both the quality of the tires and the quality of the tire shop. Rick's Automotive has been repairing and replacing tires for over 35 years.
When is it time for tire replacement?
Tires don't have a set lifespan. Road conditions, weather, a driver's habits, and the quality of the tire all affect how long a tire lasts. Regular preventative maintenance, having proper air pressure, and rotating your tires regularly can improve your tire's lifespan. After a tire is 5 years old, we recommend having a professional check them annually. Most tire manufacturers recommend replacing the tires if they are ten years old, no matter the amount of wear. At Rick's Automotive we would be happy to check your tires and make sure your vehicle is safe for you, your family, and your fellow drivers.
Why buy new tires?
There are many benefits to purchasing new tires. The main benefit of new tires is the increase of the performance of your vehicle. You will be able to brake faster and your gas mileage will increase. With improved traction comes the ability of your car to apply more force to the ground with less work from the engine. With improved traction, your car is able to apply more force to the ground with less work from the engine. You will also notice a smoother ride and improved turning when you have new tires.
Checking Your Tire Pressure
Let Rick Hughlett walk you through how to check your tire pressure. Having correct tire pressure will improve how long your tires last and can help improve steering, breaking, and gas millage. Click here for more car maintenance tips.