If you are in need of a tire repair or new tire replacement, Rick’s tire shop is the place for you. Our certified mechanics and technicians offer full-range tire services from tire rotations to tire alignment and determining tire pressure issues through your vehicle’s tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS).

Use our interactive tire catalog and tire finder below to request a quote on the tires that suit your vehicle’s needs. Browse tire options by vehicle type, tire size or brand. For further assistance, please feel free to contact Rick’s Automotive or schedule a tire service appointment online.

Rick's Automotive in Springfield MO specializes in Michelin brand tires

When should you replace your tires?

Tires don't have a set lifespan. Road conditions, weather, a driver's habits, and the initial quality of the tire all affect how long a tire lasts. Consistent preventative maintenance, having proper tire pressure, and rotating your tires regularly can improve your tire's lifespan. After a tire is five years old, we recommend having a professional check them annually. Most tire manufacturers recommend replacing the tires when they are 10 years old, no matter the amount of wear. At Rick's Automotive, our automotive professionals will 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 including increasing the overall performance of your vehicle. With new tires, you will be able to brake faster and your gas mileage will increase. With improved traction from performance tires or snow tires, your car can apply more force to the ground with less work from the engine or keep you and your passengers safer on slick roads. You may also notice a smoother ride and improved turning after installing a set of new tires.

How do you check 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, braking, and gas mileage. Be sure to visit our blog for more helpful car maintenance tips.