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Sierra Car Care and Tire Centers carry name brand tires for customers across Reno NV, Sparks NV, Verdi, NV, Carson City NV, and surrounding communities. Our tire prices are some of the lowest in Washoe County. When you buy your tires from us, the mount and balance are free. We also offer free tire repairs and free tire rotations for the life of the tires.

Not sure which tires are right for your car? Try our online tire catalog and search by vehicle, brand, or tire size. We offer one of the largest inventory of tires in Reno. If you have any questions or need help with other Reno, NV auto repair services, then stop today!

Michelin Tires Reno, NV

MICHELIN® founders Édouard and André Michelin were brothers from Clermont-Ferrand and Paris, France. Their small rubber factory was incorporated…

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BFGoodrich Tires Reno, NV

“The everyday tire with performance that’s anything but,” is the heart and soul of BFGoodrich®. The vision of BFGoodrich® is to be innovative and deliver products that make a difference…

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Uniroyal Tires Reno, NV

The United States Rubber Company was founded in 1892. It was one of the original twelve stocks of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. In 1941, they bought a controlling…

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GT Radial Tires Reno, NV

GT Radial Tires are made and sold all throughout different countries including U.S., Canada, Asia, Australia, Europe, France, Indonesia, and Italy…

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Bridgestone Tires Reno, NV

Bridgestone or “Stone Bridge” (the direct translation of the name from Japanese) was founded in 1931 by Shojiro Ishibashi in Japan. Japan slowly started producing…

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Continental Tires Reno, NV

Continental is one of the world’s leading automotive industry suppliers. Continental AG was founded in 1871 in Hanover, Germany. It is currently one of the five largest automotive…

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Cooper Tires Reno, NV

Cooper traces its roots back to Akron, Ohio when in 1914 two brother-in-laws purchased the M&M Company, a company which made tire patches and repair kits…

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General Tires Reno, NV

William O’Neil and his partner, Winfred Fouse, founded the General Tire and Rubber Company in 1915. General Tire was an outgrowth of the Western Tire…

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Goodyear Tires Reno, NV

The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company was founded in 1898 by Frank Seiberling. With just thirteen employees, Goodyear began producing bicycle and carriage tires…

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Hankook Tires Reno, NV

Hankook Tire was established in 1941 in Seoul, Korea. Hankook began production in 1942, originally producing 110,000 tires a year. Today, they produce over 50 million…

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Pirelli Tires Reno, NV

Giovanni Battista Pirelli founded Pirelli & C. in 1872. The company focused on producing telegraph cables in the 1870s and 1880s. In 1890 Pirelli developed their first bicycle…

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Yokohama Tires Reno, NV

The Yokohama Rubber Company, Limited was established in 1917 in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture with a joint investment from Furukawa Electric Company, Ltd…

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This video from ABC 10 News reminds drivers that regular tire maintenance is critical — especially during the rainy season when streets are extra slick.

Here are some tire maintenance tips provided by Goodyear:

  • Maintain inflation pressure at the recommended level. This level is shown on the vehicle placard or in your vehicle owner’s manual. Remember, maintaining proper inflation is the single most important thing a driver can do to promote tire durability and prolong tread life. Under-inflation is the leading cause of tire failure and may result in severe cracking, component separation, or “blowout.”
  • Avoid excessive tire spinning when your vehicle is stuck in snow, ice, mud, or sand. The centrifugal forces generated by a free-spinning tire/wheel assembly may cause sudden tire explosion.
  • Check your tires for wear regularly. For cars, always remove tires from service when they reach 2/32-inch (.16 cm) remaining tread depth. All new tires have tread-wear indicators, which appear as smooth banks in the tread grooves when they wear to the 2/32-inch level.
  • Frequently check your tires for damage. Look for impacts, penetrations, cracks, knots, bulges, or air loss. Never perform a temporary repair. Only qualified people should repair tires.
  • Don’t overload your vehicle. Check your vehicle owner’s manual to determine the load limits. Overloading places stress on your tires and other critical vehicle components.
  • Make sure tires are rotated to the vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations or at maximum intervals of 6,000 miles.
  • Never just ignore the tire pressure monitoring system alert. Address the problem as soon as possible.
  • For tips more specifically suited for work trucks, click here.

Shop for Tires in Reno

If you perform the penny test on your tires to find that your tread is dangerously low and you are in need of replacement tires, please feel free to come visit any one of our four locations around Reno.

Our tire professionals will educate you on which tire would be best suited for your needs. We will pull from our full stocked, local tire warehouse to get you setup and out the door quick.

See our locations for more information. Shop tire discounts and coupons > here.

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