One of the most regular and expensive repairs on your car isn't a fluid or filter. No, it isn't even an electrical component; it's your tires. When cared for correctly, your current set of tires can last up to five years before they need to be replaced. One of the most simple, yet often overlooked, services you can get done to prolong the life of your tires is by just ensuring they stay balanced.
Tires can fall out of balance any number of ways. The most common can simply be chalked up to road conditions. Hitting pot holes too often, or taking speed bumps too quickly can all result in knocking the tires out of balance over time. You can feel the adverse effects of unbalanced tires through your steering wheel. Yes, your steering wheel of all things will start to vibrate, and if the tires go unchecked for too long that vibration will move to the whole car in no time at all. Fortunately the Honda pros at Classic Honda of Midland are here to help! During our Tire Balance service, we will remove your tires and connect them to a special machine that reads uneven weight distribution on the tires. From there, our Factory Certified Honda Technicians will be able to add weights to the tires while also inspecting them to ensure utmost safety and functionality.
But why would we stop there? Before we reinstall your newly balanced tires, our skilled Technicians will also inspect your brakes, keeping you informed of any issue that is starting to show itself. We are proud to offer our Tire Balance and Brake Inspection Service to our customers because we know how much you value your time and your Honda. This is why we pride ourselves on being your go-to Honda destination for Midland County and Odessa. Every time you stop in you can expect the same top-notch customer service we pride ourselves on while you enjoy a complimentary drink from our Coffee Bar in one of our comfortable waiting areas. We look forward to showing you why we’ve been the proud recipients of Dealer Raters coveted Consumer Satisfaction Award not once, not twice, but a resounding three consecutive times!