Here Comes the Rain Again - Free Tire Inspection Fall and winter rains are upon us. At Adams Tireworx we highly recommend tire inspection before the rains come. As a matter of fact, we are offering now a complimentary tire inspection – call us to make an appointment, and when you bring your vehicle to our Castro Valley tire shop, one of our certified technicians will inspect your vehicle’s tires. Inspection includes: • Air pressure check and correction, if needed • Tire Pressure Monitoring System • Check for nails, cuts, puncture or other visible damage • Inspect for irregular wear patterns • Check for any visible structural integrity issues • Check tread depth We offer this free service for most cars and light trucks. So if your vehicle has not had a tire inspection in a while, or if you know that tires may need attention, call tire experts at Adams Tirewo ... read more
Fall Tire Check – It’s That Time of the Year Again Another Fall is upon us, and so it is time for tire inspections. Even though we are having really good weather this year, the rains are coming. And with the rains come slippery driving conditions. Having properly aligned tires, and tires that have sufficient tread to properly evacuate water is important for your safety and the safety of those who ride with you. At Adams Tireworx in Castro Valley we offer broad range of tire related services, including tire inspection, tire mounting and balancing, wheel alignment, and of course, a wide range of new tires, should it turn out that your vehicle needs them. So if you notice tire tread low, or any bulges on the sidewall of any tire, or if you are not sure what to look for – give us a call and bring your vehicle for a quick visual tire inspection. If we find any issues with your vehicle’s tires ... read more
When you search for tires near me, the results you obtain are only the first step. You have to evaluate shops you fond to decide which shop will provide you with the best value. Depending on your priorities, here is a list of a few things to consider when dealing with a tire shop “near me”: Does it have a wide selection of new tires? Do tire store employees take the time to find out what you need, where you drive your vehicle, and how aggressively you drive your car? Can employees explain benefits and drawback of various tire choices and can they advise which tires would be optimal given your driving style and type of driving – commute, long highway drives, off road, etc. Can the shop provide not only tire mounting and balancing, but also wheel alignment – all during a single visit? What warranty/tire repairs does the shop offer? This last step requires an on-site visit - Is the shop clean and do you feel comfortable on the premises? Next time ... read more
General Tire announced a mail-in rebate for qualified purchase of 4 tires through 10/31/2020. Rebate comes in the form of a Visa pre-paid card. Rebate amount depends on the qualifying tires you buy: $100 reward card for purchase of 4 tires: GRABBER™ AT2 GRABBER™ A/TX GRABBER™ X3 $70 reward card for purchase of 4 tires: GRABBER™ APT GRABBER™ HD GRABBER™ HTS60 GRABBER™ UHP $50 reward card for purchase of 4 tires: ALTIMAX™ ARCTIC12 GRABBER™ ARCTIC GRABBER™ ARCTIC LT GRABBER™ HTS Give us a call at Adams Tireworx for rebate details, and also for assistance with tire selection - we will be happy to assist you in tire selection based on the vehicle you drive, and the kind of driving you do.
Tire Tread Depth At Adams Tireworx in Castro Valley, we often get asked about tire tread depth. It’s actually fairly easy to measure it yourself. Tire tread depth is measured in 32nds of an inch. The typical new tire has a tread depth of 10/32nd or 11/32nd of an inch (winter tires and light truck tires are typically deeper). As the tire wears down, the tread depth diminishes. At 2/32nd tread depth, a tire is considered legally worn out in most US states. At our Castro Valley tire shop we use a special tool to measure tire depth. But at home, there is an easy way to tell - take a penny, and stick it, Lincoln’s head down, in the groove of the tire. If you can see Lincoln’s entire head – the tire is worn down to 2/32nd of an inch. It is time to drive to your trusted tire store and get it replaced. Naturally, we suggest you visit Adams Tireworx – we are a full-service tire store and have the best tire selecti ... read more