Tires | Lexington Park MD | Serving California, St. Mary's City & Leonardtown

Tire FAQs

Tires in Lexington Park, MD

Every driver knows that their vehicle needs tires, but not every driver knows everything about the tires that keeps their vehicle rolling. Here at Lexington Park Lincoln, we want to help keep our customers informed and answer all of their questions. That's why we wanted to take the time to answer some of the most common questions people have about their tires. So keep reading, and hopefully you'll learn more about your Lincoln's tires.

I thought all tires were the same?

There are many distinct types of tires for every variety of driver. Depending on whether you appreciate wet or dry traction, high mileage, high speed control, steering response, ride comfort or all of these, we can find a set of tires that works for your vehicle.

What should I look for in a tire?

Talking over your needs with us will assist us in picking out a tire that best fits your lifestyle and your budget. We will ask questions regarding your expectations of the tires, the type of driving you do and how long you expect to keep your vehicle.

How can I tell when it’s time to replace my tires?

A simple way to tell when it’s the correct time to replace your tires is the penny test. Put a penny in the tread, and if a lot of the penny is sticking out, that means your tires are worn down and aren’t protecting you the way that they should.

Do I really need to rotate my tires?

Yes, you do! Rotating your tires guarantees that no tires will get more worn than the others. And we can help you keep your tires rotated and evenly worn.

Why should I buy my tires from a dealership?

We know exactly what tires will work for your Lincoln vehicle, so trust us to find the tires that work best.

If you’re looking for tires for sale near you, contact us or stop by our dealership at Lexington Park Lincoln at 21575 Great Mills Road, Lexington Park, MD 20653. We proudly serve customers from California, St. Mary’s City and Leonardtown!

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