Wheel Inspection, Repair & Replacement
Wheel Replacement and Repair
True line Auto Center cares about your vehicle, and will give your vehicle the utmost care and time to ensure that your vehicle is in prime condition before you drive away. It is very important to stay current with your automotive maintenance - proper maintenance prevents future vehicle problems, which can be more expensive in the long haul than the costs for regular maintenance.
Wheels really add to the appeal of the car. At True Line, we have a wide variety of wheels to suite your ride and preferences. Not only do we do repairs, but we also do replacements and installations.
We carry the best brands, including:
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Though wheels rarely give any automotive problems, if you feel there is a concern about your cars wheels, come to True Line Auto Center so we can evaluate them, whether it may need wheel balancing, wheel alignment or you'd like to install new wheels. We will be able to tell you if you should be concerned or not, and will provide the fix at a competitive price.
True Line Auto Center offers daily specialsTake advantage of our daily specials for your automotive repair and maintenance service needs.
Wheel MaintenanceWheels generally require little maintenance besides the occasional cleaning and checking to make sure the wheel weights are still in good condition.
General Wheel Maintenance Interval Recommendations
Clean the wheels as necessary.
Check wheel weights every fuel stop, or every 2 weeks when you check tire pressure.
Rotate the wheel and/or tire every 6000 miles or every 6 months.
Following these recommendations will enhance the beauty of your car and will help your wheels look great for years to come!
We can check your tire pressure AT NO CHARGEDo 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 3.3%. 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.