Tire Shopping | New Orleans Auto Care

The New Orleans auto care and tire specialists at Twin Tire can help you choose the right tires for your vehicle and your driving style.

When you got home from an afternoon of horse racing at the Fair Grounds the other day, you noticed that the tread on your tires seemed more than a bit worn. You know you have to get a new set of tires, but you're really not looking forward to it. You're never sure if you're getting a good deal.

Part of the problem, of course, is that many people don't know where to start and what questions to ask. Many don't realize that there are tires for almost any task or driving condition. As auto.howstuffworks.com points out, "some tires can actually save you money on gas ... some tires are rated for slower speeds while others can be driven at sustained speeds more than 150 miles per hour ...  Some tires are simply made just to get you safely from point A to point B, while others can handle a lot more in between those two points."

Auto.howstuffworks.com suggests you consider five factors: features (street vs. off road tires, for example), longevity, size, speed rating and price. And you can make the choice easier by consulting tire pros like the certified New Orleans auto care experts at Twin Tire Auto Care. Not only does Twin Tire have the trusted New Orleans auto care and auto repair specialists on staff, Twin Tire also carries all makes, models, and style of tire to fit any driving need.

Twin Tire has been the New Orleans auto repair and auto care shop of choice since 1973. Twin Tire has three convenient New Orleans auto care and auto repair locations to serve you - Marrero, Hammond and Harvey. Twin Tire also has a New Orleans auto care and auto repair service center in Harahan for heavy commercial vehicles.

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  Twin Tire and Auto Care is a proud provider of Firestone Tires | Bridgestone Tires | Goodyear Tires for the New Orleans area.

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