Simi Valley CA Automotive Tire

Perry's Quality Auto

A vehicle's tires rival the brakes as the most important safety device. Understanding the importance that tires play in your vehicle's performance and safety will go a long way in ensuring your ride in Simi Valley is a safe and comfortable one.

Perry's Quality Auto is considered by many to be the best tire center in Simi Valley due to our expertise in helping our customers choose the best tire for their automobiles. Our tire experts take the time to explain to our Simi Valley customers that most tires consist of 4 parts — tread, sidewalls, inner carcass, and beads. The tread is the part of the tire that meets the surface of the road and provides you with the traction needed when driving the streets in and around Simi Valley under all types of driving conditions. The side walls are designed to be flexible and absorb loads when driving. The inner carcass serves to resist impacts from potholes and bumps. The beads are the part of the tire where the rubber touches the metal of the wheel. Aside from providing a comfortable ride in and around Simi Valley, tires are designed to cope with the forces often associated with vehicle acceleration, braking, and steering. A common problem faced by many tire manufacturers is that no one tire is best for ALL the road conditions drivers in Simi Valley experience. The tire experts at Perry's Quality Auto know that your tires must be strong enough to resist damage while having enough flexibility to cushion impacts. Additionally, the rubber of the tire needs to be hard enough to provide for thousands of miles when driving on the hard road surfaces of Simi Valley but soft enough to provide adequate traction when it rains and the roads of Simi Valley are wet and dangerous. The design of the tire must be a compromise between these conflicting considerations.

Our Tire Repair services include the following:
Tire Repair FAQ

Perry's Quality Auto is pleased to offer answers to frequently asked questions about the tire repair services offered at our business in Simi Valley.

When should I balance my tires and wheels?
Why is proper tire inflation so important?
How much does it cost to fix alignment problems?
Is rotating tires really necessary?
What is the cost to install tires?