Tire Centers in Boise

If it's time for your vehicle to have new tires, or if you are in need of tire repair or tire rotation, you may wonder where the best place to take your vehicle is. Here at Larry H. Miller Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram we work closely with the manufacturers - who require machines, tools, and training to their standards. Our certified technicians receive extensive and ongoing training to better understand the particular subtleties of the brand and your vehicle. In general, this extra training helps to get you the right tires properly installed the first time. 

While many of your car's engine parts suffer wear from extreme heat, friction, and movement, a car's tires need service too. A general rule is to rotate your tires roughly every 6,000 miles to promote their longevity. Without tire rotation, your tires may not meet their expected mileage lifetime. If you skip getting your tires aligned, you might have to buy a new pair of tires much sooner. 

Larry H. Miller CJDR makes it easy to schedule your vehicle service with our online service appointment form. For all of your tire needs, our professional mechanics are here to serve you! Trust Larry H. Miller CJDR for all your Boise, Idaho Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram service, parts, and repair needs. We'll fix your vehicle right the first time! We service tires for all of the Treasure Valley, including Boise, Meridian, Nampa, Caldwell, Eagle, Star, Mountain Home, Kuna, and even Ontario, Oregon.

 Larry H. Miller Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM Boise
 222 Auto Dr. Boise, ID 83709
  •     Service:   (866) 908-1636
  •     Parts:       (866) 908-8792
  •     Sales:      (866) 702-9762

Service Department Hours
  •         M - F: 7:00 am to 6:00 pm
  •         Saturday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
  •         Sunday: Closed

Knowing the Signs of Tire Issues

The first step to tire maintenance is to check your tire pressure on a regular basis. Under or over inflated tires can lower fuel economy, as well as make the vehicle less safe. There are signs that your vehicle's tires may be improperly inflated. When driving down a straight, level road, check to see if the car pulls to one side or the other. While this "pulling" may be caused by improper alignment, it may also indicate a tire problem, especially if you are certain that the alignment is correct or if the vehicle recently had an alignment service. If the center section of the tread is smooth, your tires may be over-inflated. Likewise, if the outside sections or edges of the tire tread are worn or rounded, your tires may be under-inflated.

Good Tires = Better Safety

While it's easy to overlook your tires, having them regularly checked can actually yield better fuel economy and improved vehicle handling, and our Larry H. Miller Tire Center is ready to help you. Since most tire damage and wear is a result of driving on tires that are improperly inflated, your tire air pressure should be checked once a month. In order to achieve optimum handling from your vehicle, from everyday driving to making emergency maneuvers, tire pressure needs to be at the proper inflation level. Even a tire that doesn't appear to be low on air can result in reduced vehicle handling and excessive tread wear. And at some point all tires need to be replaced. Looking for specific tires? Fill out our online parts order form and we will get back to you promptly.

We offer tire replacement, tire rotation, tire inspection, tire repair, and alignment in Boise for any make or model.

Remember to bring your car, truck, or SUV to us for your tire needs!
It's easy to schedule your appointment - just call us at (
866) 908-1636 or click below to schedule online!

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