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Tire Rotation, Sales, and Flat Repair

TIRE SERVICE CENTER Call 508-234-6767

Your local independent tire dealer that provides our community with leading brands, quality products and fast friendly service.

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Harbro Auto Sales and Service is an independent tire dealer that serves the local area with leading brands, quality products and fast friendly service. We help with anything relating to tires & auto repair in Central MA, including comprehensive tire repairs, balances, patches and sales. We are provider of tires for all types automobiles. We offer top tire brands like MICHELIN®, BFGoodrich®, and Bridgestone®. Open Monday 8AM-5PM, Tuesday 8AM-5PM, Wednesday 8AM-5PM, Thursday 8AM-7PM, Friday 8AM-5PM, Saturday 8AM-3PM, our ASE-certified technicians are always prepared to deal with any automotive issue that might be ruining your ride.

More importantly, we understand Customer Service. We are not owned by a tire manufacturer, we are not a franchise, and we are not a mass merchandiser. We're your local Independent tire expert, and we know tires. We work and live in the communities we serve. We're your neighbors. We're experts!

IMPROVE THE LIFE OF YOUR TIRES

Rotating your tires as part of your regularly scheduled vehicle maintenance has many benefits. It helps to maintain an even amount of treadwear on all 4 tires. This prolongs the life of your tires, leads to improved gas mileage and a smoother more comfortable ride.

Regularly rotating your tires can also prolong the life of your vehicles suspension components by reducing vibrations. Since you need to remove the wheels to rotate your tires, you get the opportunity to look over the undercarriage components and catch any problems in the very early stages which can save you money down the road. Also, many tire manufacturers require regular tire rotation in order to keep the mileage warranty valid.

A good rule of thumb is to rotate your tires at the same intervals you get your oil changed whether your tires show uneven wear signs or not. While this is a good recommendation, your owner's manual will tell you how often to rotate your tires, but as a rule of thumb, it should be done every 5,000 to 8,000 miles. For all your tire rotation, new and used tire sales and tire patches call (508) 234-6767. 

REPAIRS

An incorrectly repaired tire could pose a safety hazard to you and your passengers. At Harbro Auto Service, our service technicians will determine whether your tires are able to be repaired, or if they need to be replaced. If the tires are repairable, our certified technicians will make sure they are repaired correctly and get you back on the road.

ALIGNMENTS

Wheel alignment (or simply alignment) is standard car maintenance that involves adjusting the angles of the wheels so that they are set to the manufacturer's specifications. The main purpose is to let the suspension and the steering systems operate at their desired angles - this reduces tire wear. Alignment is a complicated process and not all mechanics get it right. To have experts handle your car's alignment, call Harbro Auto Service at (508) 234-6767.

TIRE INSPECTION

It is recommended that tires, including the spare, be periodically inspected by a tire service professional during routine maintenance intervals such as oil changes and tire rotations. We will inspect the tire tread and sidewalls for irregular tread wear, cracking, scrapes, bulges, cuts, snags, foreign objects or other damage resulting from use. We will remove any stones, glass, foreign objects, etc. embedded in the tread to prevent further damage. Even minor damage can lead to further injury and eventual tire failure. Tires with excessive cracking on the tread or sidewall(s) should be removed from service. This is typically caused by under inflation, over loading, improper storage, and/or improper long-term parking.

BALANCING

If you feel excessive vibration in the car, or wobbling of the steering wheel, your tires may be unbalanced. Harbro Auto Service has the professional equipment and technicians to measure the balance of your vehicle's tires and make necessary corrections. Call us at (508) 234-6767 if you have questions, or contact us so we can evaluate your tires.

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