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Should I purchase new or used tires?
There are a few factors to take into consideration when deciding to purchase new or used tires. New tires often come with an array of warranty coverages, but at a higher cost. Used tires can be a safe and viable alternative that saves you money. It is important to consider tread depth and condition when buying a used tire. If tread wear is minimal and condition is good, a used tire can provide many miles of reliable driving. When you buy from a reputable tire provider, like Wilbert’s, you can rest assured that the quality of your tires is our priority.
How do I get tire prices?
Call 315-524-1900 or submit an online tire request form.
How do I pay for my tires?
Are tire prices negotiable?
Tire prices are kept at an everyday low price for consumers therefore they are not negotiable. Tire prices do not include installation.
How does the warranty work?
Do you offer a return policy?
How do I schedule an appointment?
How do I know if I need new tires?
If your tire isn’t obviously damaged, there are a few ways to check if it is still safe to drive with. The tread of your tire is too low if you are able to stick a penny into the tread head-first and still see all of Lincoln’s head. If your tires show uneven wear, have cracks or bulges, cause your car to shake, or constantly lose air pressure, it may be time to replace your tires.
What tire brands do you carry?
We carry all major tire brands including Goodyear, Michelin, BFGoodrich, Mastercraft, Uniroyal, Firestone, Cooper, and Continental, as well as many more. We can order tires we do not have in-store.