EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT TIRES

Tires - Safety & Peace of Mind with Quality Tires From Brands You Trust!

With a purchase of 4 tires with Meadow Mountain Tires we offer ~ FREE ~ Mounting, Rotations, Flat Repairs. Specialty tires are no problem, we can work with you to special order any tire you may need. Our experienced tire technicians provide quick quality service.


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We carry all brands of tires:

Goodyear/Bridgestone/Nokian/Cooper/Firestone/Michelin/Pirelli/Hankook and MANY more brand name tires we have available. We also offer high performance tires, snow tires, and trailer tires.  Call us for a quote or come by and talk with us.
 

Call us at (970) 949-4011

Do You Need New Tires?

You need to be aware of three things when deciding if you need new tires: tread wear, tire age and exposure to the elements.  Our experience staff members will help you make the best tire choice for you.

Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)

TPMS is an electronic system that alerts you with a dashboard indicator light when your car’s tire pressure falls to the point of needing inflation.   Check your tire pressure when this light comes on.

Air Pressure

Keeping the correct air pressure in your tires helps your tires last longer, helps your car handle better and safer, and helps you save money on fuel. 

Is It Time For A Wheel Alignment?

Bad roads can be your wheels’ worst enemy. If you drive down poorly maintained roads, drive through pot holes, or even hit a curb, your alignment can be greatly affected.

This can cause even the slightest, tiniest alignment issue, which can accelerate uneven tire wear. Make sure you have your alignment checked every year or two. Your tires and your wallet will thank you later. 

A wheel alignment ensures optimal drivability. It will help your tires last longer, your vehicle drive smoother, ultimately keeping your wheels pointed in the right direction. 

Have alignment questions? Need to schedule an Alignment Check? Call us  (970) 949-4011

Got A Minute? How to Check Tire Tread Depth With A Penny

When your tire treads wear thin, you could be in for a slippery ride – literally. Luckily, you can spot dangerous tread depth using only a penny, and Honest Abe’s face! The penny test is quick, easy, and can help you know exactly when to replace tires.

The Penny Test

To check your tread depth, you don’t need any fancy tools or expert knowledge. Grab a penny, and you have everything you need!

  1. Place your penny into a tread groove upside down. In other words, your penny should be going into the tread headfirst!
  2. Examine the part of the penny that’s showing. If you can see the top of Abe’s head, your tread is shallow.
  3. Repeat the penny test in several grooves of your tires. If you can always see the top of his head, your tire is worn and it’s time for a replacement!

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We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.

Meadow Mountain Discount Tires Of Vail

41199 Highway 6, Avon, CO 81620, us

(970) 949-4011

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