Choosing the Right Tire | Tires

Pick the right tire for the job and you'll enhance your driving experience around New Orleans.

One of the joys of playing tourist in New Orleans is taking a ride in one of the mule-drawn carriages you can find almost anywhere around Jackson Square. If you’ve ever taken one of those rides, you might have looked at the shoes the mules are wearing. They’re metal and they all look pretty much like any other horse shoe you might have seen. But you’d be wrong. Horse shoes may look pretty much alike but they’re very different depending on the animal wearing them and what his job is – a race horse wears a completely different type shoe than the one your mule is wearing while he’s pulling your carriage.

It’s kind of like tires. They all seem to look pretty much alike. But they’re all different. And the right tire depends on the vehicle, your driving style and what job you’re trying to do: an ATV used to drive around the bayous need something totally different than does the car you drive to work each day. And the only way to make sure you get what’s best for you and your car is to talk to your New Orleans area tire service and tire repair expert about your needs.

The best place to find a tire service expert you can trust in the greater New Orleans-Metairie-Gretna area is at Twin Tire and Auto Care. Twin Tire has had the go-to tire repair and tire service experts since 1973. We carry all brands, models, sizes and styles at our three shops in Marrero, Hammond and Harvey. All you have to do is come on in and chat with us so we can make sure you get the best tire for the job. And, if you need tires for a heavy, commercial vehicle, we can help with that, too, at our Harahan shop. So come on in for some tire talk. We’re here to help!

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