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Fisher Service has the Best Tire Prices and Services for Subaru

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If you’re looking for a new set of tires for your Subaru in the Boulder area including Broomfield, Lafayette, and Louisville, Fisher Service has the highest level of service as well as the lowest prices on new tires. Take a moment to look at our excellent Google Reviews, we have almost 700 with a 4.8 out of 5 stars rating! We are making a change in the industry by making the process of  purchasing a new set of tires an easy and affordable experience in order to motivate everyone to keep their vehicle performing as intended. To back up our best price guarantee, we maintain a Price Match Guarantee that ensures you’ll get the best price on your new tires with us.

How You Can Quickly Inspect Your Subaru Tires’ Condition

There are a variety of opinions on when a tire should be replaced, as with all things, but there are some generally accepted rules on the life of a tire. The simplest and quickest, generally accepted way to check on the life of your Subaru tires is to use a coin.  You can check their condition easily with a penny, the measure from the top of Abe’s head to the penny’s edge is 2/32 of an inch. 2/32 of an inch is thought of as the bare minimum tread that you can have on your tires and drive safely, and only in ideal conditions. Any amount of rain or snow can overwhelm tires that are at 2/32 and cause you to lose traction. Good tread depth for a tire is 9/32 of an inch, this depth allows them to maintain traction in most any regular driving situation.

If your tread wears down to 2/32 of an inch of remaining depth or less, you’re putting yourself, your car, and other drivers at risk by driving and should consider about replacing those tires. You can quickly check this with a penny, the distance from the top of Abe’s head to the penny’s edge is 2/32 of an inch. Good and “healthy” tire tread for any driving situation is 9/32 of an inch.

If you need any assistance in evaluating the condition of your Subaru’s tires, you can check in with Fisher Service where we would be happy to inspect them for you and let you know what we think. We can also estimate how long you can expect your tires to last if they still have some life left. We recommend buying 2 or 4 tires at a time to promote predictable wear patterns. We can also go over different types of tires that may suit your needs.

The Types of Tires Available for Subaru and Other Vehicles

Every tire is designed with a specific purpose in mind, there are a variety of them available for every type of vehicle based on your needs. It’s important to think of your typical driving conditions when shopping for new tires in order to make the best choice so your vehicle can operate in top form. Our experienced staff of tire specialists are happy to explain each type with you and how it would perform as related to your needs. We stock a variety of tire types to suit almost any need including:

  • All-Season Tires
  • All-Terrain Tires
  • Low Profile Tires
  • Mud Tires
  • Off Road Tires
  • Performance Tires
  • Winter/Snow Tires
  • SUV Tires
  • Truck Tires

Why Maintaining the Tires on Your Subaru is So Important

Anyone who has had a roadside flat knows how much of an inconvenience they can be. What is much more significant than a potential roadside flat tire caused by poor condition is the risk of a serious automotive accident because of unevenly worn tires or poor maintenance. Along with any safety concerns, proper maintenance can increase the life of you tires and their impact on fuel economy, making them more economical throughout the life of the tires. Fisher Service Center provides options for maintaining your Subaru’s tires including:

Tire Rotations Rotating your tires to different positions around the vehicle allows them to wear evenly throughout their life as well as extend their useful life. Fisher’s technicians can evaluate your tires’ condition and the optimal rotation pattern.

Tire Balancing If your tires wear unevenly, a consequence of this can be that the weight distribution around the wheel is offset. To prevent this from causing issues, we can add weights to your wheel to make your wheels rotate evenly.

Alignment Service – Uneven road surfaces, potholes, and other less than ideal driving surfaces can have negative effects on your wheel alignment. It’s inevitable that you’ll roll over something from time to time and even the smallest pothole has the chance to to effect your alignment negatively, Fisher can perform a FREE alignment check for you in a few minutes while you’re waiting or any other time. If the free alignment check proves that your alignment is off, we can advise you on the best option for your situation is.

Why it’s Worth it to Bring your Subaru to Fisher Service

We are here to offer the ideal tire service experience and options to the area including Broomfield, Lafayette and Louisville. We offer an educational purchase or service experience while offering our services at the lowest possible prices and new tires with a Best Price Guarantee. Tires are an expensive and crucial investment, we encourage you to keep them maintained by offering all of these perks with the purchase of tires from us in order to increase the life of your tires:

  • Tire rotation
  • Repairs for flat tires
  • Summer/winter tire swap
  • Road hazard protection insurance for up to two years

Also, even if you’re not a Fisher Service customer yet, we offer all of these complementary services:

  • Tire alignment check
  • Replace the air in your tires with Nitrogen
  • Provide nitrogen refills and top-offs or air fills and top-offs

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Give Fisher the Opportunity to Earn Your Business

Visit Fisher Service for the best prices on new tires or to have your current tires inspected by our experts. Fisher Service is the most reviewed tire service center in Boulder, Broomfield, Lafayette, or Louisville with almost 700 Google reviews with a 4.8 out of 5 star rating. Come in and we’ll show you why our customers love us so much. Our tire service center is located at 6025 Arapahoe Rd. in Boulder where we are happy to assist you anytime during our regular business hours on Monday – Friday from 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m and Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m by phone at 303-245-6414 or in person at the shop .