Tire Repair Culver City Shop

Tire Repair, Rotation & Replacement

Automed Car Care is committed to providing excellent tire service in West Los Angeles. We offer tire mounting, balancing, rotation and tire inspection, wheel alignment, and tire pressure check. Our technicians use specialized tire and alignment equipment and the latest diagnostic tools. Choose from a huge selection of tires from big brands like Yokohama, Toyo Tires, Pirelli, Michelin, Goodyear, Hankook, Dunlop, Continental, Falken, BFGoodrich, Firestone, and Bridgestone, all at the guaranteed lowest prices, and get quick, expert tire installation.

Tire Repair Culver City

Replacing car tires in West Los Angeles and Culver City for over 30 years.

#1 Tire Shop Culver City

Our ACE-certified technicians will help you find the right tires for your car and driving preferences. They’ll install, align, and balance your new tires on the spot in minutes. We also perform flat repairs, tire rotations and tire retreading. If our mechanics determine your tire can be repaired, we’ll patch it. If the tire is damaged beyond repair, our technicians will replace it.

Popular Tire Repair Services

  • Internal & external inspection of the damaged tire;
  • Reliable repair from inside tire;
  • Tire pressure check and adjust and treadwear evaluation of all tires;
  • Free tire pressure check & refill;
  • Flat tire repair;
  • Tire rotation;
  • Tire mounting;
  • Tire balancing;
  • Tire valve stem replacement;
  • Tire sensor replacement;
  • Wheel alignment.

Why Choose Our West Los Angeles Tire Shop?

Our car shop sells the best tires Culver City has to offer. We have the professionals, equipment, and products to dismount, mount, balance, repair the tire adequately and guarantee the repair for the tire’s life.

  • Tire Industry Certified Installation Service;
  • ASE-certified technicians;
  • 30+ years of experience;
  • Dealer level car diagnostic equipment and tools;
  • Fully equipped car tire repair shop;
  • Family-owned & operated business;
  • 24 Month/24,000 miles warranty on parts and service;
  • Complete customer satisfaction;
  • Free Wi-Fi and coffee.
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Ann S.

Ann S. Culver City, CA 90232

Had a nail in my tire (a large van) Abe and his crew took care of the flat. There was a sensor that was not working properly- this was explained to me, options given, and problem taken care of. I would definitely recommend and return here for future car needs.


When to Replace Tires?

There are many signs that you may need to replace car tires. Weathering, damage, and irregular wear can all indicate a need for new tires. Still, the most common sign is low tread depth. As tires wear, the tread depth and circumferential grooves become shallower, decreasing the tire’s wet weather traction. A tire with 2/32nds of the tread is considered legally worn in certain states. Tires worn to this point must be replaced.

The NHTSA recommends that tires be replaced every 6 years regardless of the number of miles driven. Proper inflation is the ultimate goal of tire maintenance. Too much or too little air in the tires is guaranteed to cause you problems and excessive or uneven wear during the time.

It’s recommended to check the air pressure in the tires at least once a month because all tires lose air over time. Inspect the tire pressure before you take a long drive or when you haul or tow a heavy load. It’s best to scrutinize the tires when your truck or car has been parked for several hours.

Tire or wheel balancing is done to slow tread wear and maximize tires’ life. Fixing weight imbalances can solve vibration issues and other problems that hinder overall performance.

Since a spare tire gets quite little use, it should last many years, but like all rubber products, the material will gradually deteriorate over the period. You can do the identical inspection on the spare tire as you do on the regular tires by looking for signs of tread wear.

The correct pressure for your tires is recommended by your vehicle’s manufacturer. Look inside the driver’s door for the optimal tire inflation pressure for your car, or check the owner’s manual.

Tire rotation is crucial for both your safety and for extending the life of the tires. When tires are shifted to new positions, the pattern of wear on each tire also changes through moving friction and torque to different areas of the tread. Ensuring even tread wear improves cornering and braking by keeping traction consistent across all of the tires, and it enhances fuel efficiency, also.