Bob Penkhus Tire Center

Why buy tires from a dealer?

No one knows how to care for your car better than the trained professionals at your dealership. Manufacture trained and certified technicians know your vehicle inside and out.

When it comes to parts, including tires, your dealership understands that the right components provide superb performance and handling for the highest quality standards. Trust them to have the right tires when you need them at a price that is highly competitive! 

We also Price-Match!  Simply bring in a printed copy of our competitors advertisement for the same service or part and WE WILL MATCH IT!
(Advertisement must be printed and include our competitors name and contact on it)

Help ensure a safe, comfortable ride with a set of specially recommended tires.

  • Tires designed for your vehicle. 

  • Tires in stock and ready for installation, within a day!

  • 24-month road hazard coverage.

  • Service by manufacture trained and certified technicians.

  • Highly competitive pricing and a variety of brands and sizes.

  •  Price-Match Guarantee! 

We also recommend Nitrogen fill. Nitrogen is a heavier gas than air and will provide these additional benefits:

  • With nitrogen, your tire pressures will remain more constant, saving you a small amount in fuel and tire-maintenance costs.
  • There will be less moisture inside your tires, meaning less corrosion on your wheels.

With your investment in a set of new tires, we also recommend an alignment. A Wheel alignment is important to the health of your car.

Why is an ALIGNMENT important?

All of the elements that make your car go straight are called "alignment."
The inclusive term "wheel alignment" involves three main measurements -- caster, camber, and toe. These measurements have standards that a technician uses as targets of adjustment. Camber settings influence the directional control and the tire wear. Caster influences directional control of the steering, but does not affect the tire wear. Toe is a measurement of how much the front and/or rear wheels are turned in or out from a straight-ahead position. Improper toe adjustment will cause premature tire wear and cause steering instability.