Tires and Maintenance
Please take advantage of our daily specials on the wide variety of services we provide: oil changes, front end alignment, truck alignment, and more! We offer any type of tire for sell. Whether you need highway tires to off-road tires, True Line Auto Center has what your looking for. Other services that we offer are to rotate tires and balance tires, car wheels and tire alignments.
True Line Auto Center offers daily specialsTake advantage of our daily specials for your automotive repair and maintenance service needs.
We Sell, Install, and Repair TiresTrue Line Auto Center can mount and balance your tires for a variety of vehicles domestic and import: cars, trucks, motorcycles, and more! In addition to our tire repair and installation services, we also sell tires for your vehicle whether you need truck tires, SUV tires or car tires. True Line Auto Center is proud to accomodate for most vehicles, both domestic and import. We also have expert technicians on high-end and luxury cars. Our tire prices are competitive, stick to True Line for all your tire needs. We carry the best brands including:
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Providing Tire Repair for San Diego, CAProper tire repair can be made if the tire is removed from the rim, followed by internal inspection. The repair is then made from the inside out. A good repair must fill and seal the puncture, that is vulcanized plug and patch. Do not attempt to repair it yourself. True Line Auto Center has specially trained and qualified technicians on staff to repair your tires.
Tire repair is often a difficult process and something you would want to have done by a professional.
It can be much more cost-effective for a mechanic from the True Line Auto Center team to repair your tires properly. You are in good hands with our ASE certified mechanics.
Get your Tire Pressure Checked FOR FREEDo you check your tire pressure as often as you should? Check your tire pressure frequently.
Proper tire pressure can help you improve your gas mileage by up to 10%. The optimum tire pressure for your vehicle can usually be found on a sticker in the driver's side door, the glove compartment, or in your owner's manual - go by this number rather than the maximum pressure shown on your tire's sidewall.