Servco Toyota Tires
Tires you can depend on. Services you can trust.
Your vehicle's tires play a crucial role in your safety and driving experience and can also impact fuel efficiency. If your tires are showing signs of wear or you’re looking for new tires, let our team of Toyota experts assist you in getting the right tires for your vehicle. Visit any Toyota Service location at Māpunapuna, Pūkōloa, Kaka’ako, Windward, or Leeward for your tire service or custom installation!
Brands We Carry
We carry major tire brands including Toyo, Bridgestone, Goodyear, Michelin and more!
Reasons to buy from Servco Toyota
Your one-stop shop for tire and auto service repair in Hawaii.
With our top tire brands and a wide range of tire options, we’ll help you find the right quality tires for your Toyota. Request a quote today!
Every tire purchase is backed by expert knowledge and installation. Our factory-trained Toyota Technicians will ensure that your tires are properly mounted, balanced & inflated.
Visit any of our 5 Toyota Service locations for tire installation, and any other vehicle services your vehicle needs. With regular maintenance, you can expect tires to last over 50,000 miles.
How it Works
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Select a Servco Toyota service location for:
- Tire Installation: Choose from 5 Toyota locations in Honolulu (Māpunapuna, Pūkōloa, & Kaka’ako) Windward, and Leeward.
- Tire Pickup: Choose from 3 locations: Māpunapuna, Windward, Leeward.
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Toyota Tire Maintenance
Signs of Tire Wear
Some signs of tire wear you should look for on a regular basis include:
- Overinflation or Underinflation: Tires with too much or too little air pressure can experience wear in the center of the tread or outer edges, with less wear occurring on the edges or tire center, respectively.
- Uneven tread wear: Adequate tread depth improves traction and prevents hydroplaning. Be sure to monitor tire tread depth monthly and replace your tires when they reach the minimum depth.
- Vibration or thumping noise: This can signal out-of-balance tires or a tire with a separated belt.
Misaligned wheels can cause uneven tire wear & negatively affect your vehicle's handling. Get your wheels aligned at regular intervals as recommended by the manufacturer to ensure even tire wear and optimal handling.
- Every vehicle has certain wheel alignment specifications, so if you’re getting new tires installed or if your vehicle drifts or pulls to either side, be sure to get a proper wheel alignment.
Did you know your vehicle’s four tires can wear out at different times? One of the main reasons this occurs is because the front and rear tires handle different tasks. That’s why it’s important to get your tires rotated regularly to promote even wear across all tires.
- Check your owner's manual for mileage recommendations, but it's usually between 5,000 and 7,000 miles.
Another way to extend the life of your tires is to have them balanced especially if you notice any vibrations while driving. Tire balancing is also done if you have a tire removed from the wheel, such as if there is a puncture in the tire.
Rotating your tires every 6 months or every 5,000 miles (whichever occurs first) will help increase the lifespan and longevity of your tires. A proper tire rotation helps evenly distribute wear and tear amongst all four tires. Ask about our tire alignment services at time of service.
Inspection and measurement of tires is recommended at each regular service visit. If tread depth or thickness of brake pad measures measures:
- 3/32" or below — Replacement is needed immediately
- 4/32" - 5/32" — Replacement is needed in the near future
- 6/32" or above — No replacement is needed
- Current tire tread level is at the wear indicators
- Cuts, tears, bubbles, crackling, or uneven treadwear
- Age of the tires (DOT number)
- Poor ride quality
- Regularly inspect your tires for signs of wear, such as uneven tread wear or sidewall bulges. Replace your tires when the tread is worn down to the minimum legal tread depth or if they show signs of damage.
Do not ignore warning lights. Underinflation can cause permanent damage to your tires.
- Worn tires have an adverse effect on acceleration, braking, and cornering of vehicle
- New tires drastically improve stopping distance
Please refer to your owner's manual or the information on the outside of the tire for the recommended operating pressure. Overinflation or underinflation of tires may cause damage and shorten tire life.