Our shop is located near Terrell, so stop in today to check out our selection of truck tires.
One of the major differences between truck tires and vehicle tires is the size. Truck tires have to be larger to accommodate the size difference in the wheels and rims, especially if you have a big 16-wheeler truck that you use to transport heavy loads. Even if you have a smaller pickup truck, it’s important to keep the tires in good condition to protect yourself, your passengers, and any cargo you have on board from an accident. The risk of an accident is higher when your tires are damaged because if one blows out, you could end up losing control of your vehicle and crashing into another car or something else on the road.
It’s also important to get truck tires that will keep up with your needs. If you use your pickup truck to drive off-road, it’s important that your tires can handle rough terrain. On the other hand, if your 16-wheeler truck is used to transport goods across long distances, you’ll need all-weather tires that can handle snow, ice, and rain on the roads. At Highway Tire Auto & Lube, we carry a wide variety of truck tires in stock for your convenience. We also have experienced sales team members who understand the needs of truck drivers and can provide assistance as needed.
Our shop is located near Terrell, North Carolina, so stop in today to check out our selection of truck tires. If you don’t have time to wait for the tire installation process, we also have a shuttle service that can take you to work or anywhere you need to go within the area.
At Highway Tire Auto & Lube, we sell truck tires to residents of Terrell, Mooresville, Denver, Sherrills Ford, and Lincolnton, North Carolina.