Evansville Ford Tire Service

Benefits of Evansville Ford Tire Services

The factory‐trained service technicians at Evansville Ford know your vehicle best and are ready to help you find the best tires for your specific model at the best price possible. We are your one-stop-shop full‐service maintenance and repair facility, meaning you can get all your services done at one location. Don't wait, schedule service online today before your tires cause potentially costly damage to your vehicle or an accident. When you schedule your tires with us you're not only getting an efficient and professional tire service but also a friendly and knowledgeable staff ready to help make your life easier. We offer competitive prices, timely services, and an extensive selection of 16 quality name brands including:



Kelly Tires






General Tire









Rotate and Change Tires

Routinely rotating and changing your tires will help you save money, protect your investment, and keep you safe. Depending on your driving habits and location, tires will wear at different rates. That's why it's a good rule to rotate your tires every six month or 5,000 miles. Doing so will help everything from your handling and gas mileage to prolonging your tires lifespan. Keeping that up can help you keep your current set of tires for up to six years before a change is needed, at which point your tires will have become worn out and are no longer safe.

Tire Wear

Routine tire maintenance is important to help prevent any tire wear from getting out of hand. Continually driving in a car with tire wear is dangerous and can cause more costly damages to your vehicle. Although the best indicator for tire wear sometimes is yourself, if you notice or experience any of the following common warning signs you should immediately set up an appointment online today. 
  • Less traction or less responsive braking 
  • Hydroplaning in wet weather
  • Noticing a rougher or noisier ride
  • Loss of control while cornering
  • Noticeable tread loss

Tire Types

Different tires are required for different jobs, depending on how you use your car, what kind you have, and your average day terrain/season. All-season tires are the common everyday tire found on most vehicles, engineered for a smooth ride, reliable traction, and a long tread life. Additional tire options for other task, seasons, or conditions include:

  • Touring tires: Designed to deliver a comfortable ride and reliable all-season traction, with the addition of more responsive handling.
  • Performance tires: The larger circumferential and lateral grooves are engineered with dense siping and silica enriched tread compounds for better grip regardless of the weather.
  • Summer tires: For better performance in wet and dry conditions, these tires are optimized for warm weather, and deliver grip and responsive handling in wet or dry conditions.
  • Winter tires: With a specific tread design, these tires are designed for the best possible traction in harsh winter conditions below 45 degrees.

Why buy tires from a Ford dealership?

At Evansville Ford’s Service Center, our highly qualified technicians are experts in all things Ford and provide exceptional service in a timely manner. We've got the knowledge, the experience, and all the top tire brands. We offer a full line‐up of tires for 16 quality name brands including the replacement tires that fit your car, truck or SUV – all designed to make the most of your vehicle's performance, saving you time and money.

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Why choose Evansville Ford for your tire needs?

The factory‐trained service technicians at Evansville Ford know your vehicle best and are ready to help you find the best tires for your specific model at the best price possible. In fact, we offer great tire deals on 16 quality name brands, have certified technicians, offer OEM parts, are a full service service center, and offer Ford service coupons and specials.

The Ford Service Credit Card

The Ford Service Credit Card is a financing option that lets you pay for all service maintenance and repairs, including tire purchases and installation at Evansville Ford and other Ford Dealers across the U.S. It only takes a few minutes to apply and receive the decision.

Upon credit approval, you'll be provided with a credit line to assist you with all instore purchases, including:

  • Ford Motorcraft® batteries
  • Parts
  • Accessories
  • Tires
  • Extended service plans
  • Rental vehicle
  • Body shop repairs/deductions
  • And more

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Underinflated tires are dangerous and cost you money. The added resistance of deflated tires will prematurely wear your car and diminish your fuel economy.

Check your tire pressure at least once a month when your tires are cold. Air expands with heat and checking when tires are hot will give an erroneous reading.

A wheel alignment enhances your handling and tire life. If your car pulls to one side or your steering isn’t very responsive your tires may have become unaligned.

An out-of-balance wheel can produce multiple complications with wear on shocks, bearings and other suspension parts. If you’ve noticed any of these things, bring your car in for a check.

Use a coin as a tread depth gauge; insert a penny into the tread, Lincoln’s head down. If the top of Abe’s head touches the tread face, your tires are at 2/32” depth, the minimum required by law, and it’s time for replacement. Now try the test again with a quarter. Does the tread reach Washington’s head? If so, your tread depth is 4/32”. One more time with the penny - if the tread reaches the Lincoln memorial, your tread depth is 6/32”.

No vehicle has 50/50 weight distribution from front to rear, and the inertia of braking or cornering tends to transfer weight to the front tires, wearing them more quickly.

Lookout exposed steel belt material, uneven tire wear, scuffs or bulges “feathered” tread wear, and any deflation.

It’s recommended to change your tires every six year. Depending on your driving habits and terrain, more or less frequent tire changes may be necessary.

Rotating your tires every six months or 5,000 miles will help protect you and your tires, prolonging their tread life and helping protect your investment.