Dreyer & Reinbolt INFINITI ensures that we properly fit your INFINITI model with the right sized tires. We have an assortment of tires in stock whether you’re ready for new seasonal tires or to replace your all-season tires for your Q50 or QX60. At Dreyer & Reinbolt INFINITI, we know exactly the right tires for your make, model, and driving habits in the Greenwood area. Our Infiniti-certified and qualified service technicians are more than happy to help you choose the right set of tires for your vehicle. Take advantage of all our experience and competitive prices on all tire services, purchases, and installations today!
For more information about the importance of regular tire maintenance, keep reading below! We have listed out many common tire maintenance, wear, and tear, and upkeep questions for your convenience. You can schedule your next tire service online today or contact us at (317) 350-1869 if you have any additional questions.
Dreyer & Reinbolt INFINITI of Greenwood recommends routine tire inspections, rotations, and changes that will help your INFINITI vehicle maintains its safety, performance, and value. We recommend a tire inspection every 5,000 miles to ensure your tires are safe to drive on. The correct tires can help ensure that your car or SUV is safe, while also maximizing performance and fuel economy. Find out more about tire upkeep from INFINITI.
At Dreyer & Reinbolt INFINITI of Greenwood, we’ll inspect your vehicle for free during every service visit and we offer many benefits if you’re a part of our total tire care program. Inspecting your wheels is a big part of an inspection and will recommend rotating your tires during your visit to help your tires wear evenly. Evenly wearing tires is essential for optimal performance and for the longevity of your tires. Tires will typically last between 3 to 5 years depending on driving habits, weather conditions, and terrain.
Review a few of the most common tire types to find out which is best for your lifestyle needs. We offer a wide range of tire types from a variety of brands perfect for every season, terrain, and distance. Explore some of the most popular tire types for Greenwood, IN area drivers, including:
Understanding common signs of tire wear is vital to help maintain your car’s value and your safety. Wear and tear from your tires can decrease fuel efficiency and handling to odd noises and reduced braking power. Some additional tire wear warning signs to look for include:
Dreyer & Reinbolt INFINITI is ready and equipped to handle all your automotive needs in a safe and timely manner. When you choose to service with us, you’re guaranteed competitive, up-front pricing, quality service and repairs, convenient service appointments, and service specials as well. Additional reasons to choose Dreyer & Reinbolt INFINITI for your next service or repair includes:
We are a premier INFINITI dealership with certified and experienced service technicians, a wide selection of OEM parts, offer a full-service menu, and have great service coupons and service specials. Dreyer & Reinbolt INFINITI of Greenwood also offers flexible service and parts financing and is home to an award-winning INFINITI Service & Repair Center.
Underinflated tires are dangerous and cost you money. Due to the added resistance deflated tires produce, you’ll likely experience premature wear to your car and poor fuel economy.
Check your tire pressure at least once a month, and remember to check the pressure when the tires are cold. Air does expand with heat and checking when tires are hot will give an erroneous reading.
Wheel alignment is crucial for your vehicle’s drivability and tire life.
If you’ve noticed your INFINITI pulling to one side, poor steering responses, or unusual wear on your front tire, bring your car in immediately to see if your wheel has become unaligned.
An out-of-balance wheel can produce multiple complications and wear on shocks, bearings, and other suspension parts.
Use a coin as a tread depth gauge; insert a penny into the tread, Lincoln’s head down. If the top of Abe’s head touches the tread face, your tires are at 2/32” depth, the Infinitimum required by law, and it’s time for a replacement. Now try the test again with a quarter. Does the tread reach Washington’s head? If so, your tread depth is 4/32”. One more time with the penny - if the tread reaches the Lincoln memorial, your tread depth is 6/32”.
No vehicle has a 50/50 weight distribution from front to rear, and the inertia of braking or cornering tends to transfer weight to the front tires, wearing them more quickly. That’s why it’s important to rotate tires regularly to ensure even wear.
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