Tire Pressure Management Systems
12 Jan

Why Tires go Flat Slowly

Tires are one of the most important components for the optimum function of our cars. The road conditions can cause tire damage and in severe cases require wheel rim repair. There are a few aspects of professional tire installation that provide value to drivers. The steps outlined below help vehicle owners protect the investment in their car tires. The team at Hollenshade’s offers precision rim maintenance, tire mounting, and precision balancing services. Additionally, we provide a professional alignment service. For more information or to schedule a service at our Towson, MD auto repair facility, contact us today.

CORROSION

 
An accumulation of corrosion on the rim and tire can allow air to escape past the tire bead. We use proper sanding and abrasive materials to remove corrosion buildup and preserve the alloy surface.

Tires loose air when corrosion builds up on the tire bead. Let the trusted experts at Hollenshade’s repair, mount and balance the tires on your vehicle.

Tire Pressure Monitoring (TPMS)

 

  • Internal Battery
  • OEM Programing (vehicle specific) and Tire Positioning
  • TPMS Valve Replacement
  • Seal Repair

Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) must be properly serviced to function accurately.

 

For more information about why tires can go flat slowly or to schedule your wheel service, contact us or call: 410-828-5750

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