• Air Filters

    Air filters are devices which use fibrous materials to remove solid contaminates from the air, such as mold, pollen, bacteria, and dust. Vehicles use two different types of air filters: automotive cabin air filters and internal combustion air filters.

  • Batteries

    Have you ever accidentally left the lights on in your vehicle? We all know the feeling, when we get into our vehicles to discover something was accidentally left on. "Please start!", we pray.

  • Belts and Hoses

    Belts and hoses are extremely important to your vehicle. They are one of the most common reasons for vehicle break down. To help prevent this, make sure your belts and hoses are checked at regular intervals. An easy way to remember is to have them checked every 3,000 miles or with every oil change.

  • Brakes

    Brakes are one of the most important components on your vehicle. You need the confidence of knowing that when you press your foot to the brake, your vehicle is going to stop.

  • Cooling System Maintenance

    Your car's cooling system is one of the most important systems on your vehicle. Inside your engine, spark plugs ignite the fuel within the cylinders to produce small explosions which propel your vehicle down the road.

  • Drive Lines

    If you have experienced vibration of your vehicle while driving, chances are it could be due to driveline vibration, or the disruption in the operating angles of your driveline.

  • Electrical Systems

    Your vehicle's electrical system is made up of a complex network of circuits that create, store and distribute energy where it's needed. Much of your electrical system maintenance can be done through Skip's Tire.

  • Engine Diagnostics and Repair

    Today's vehicles are equipped with highly sophisticated electronic engine control systems. The computer receives information from a network of sensors and switches that tells your ignition, fuel and emission control systems what to do.

  • Fluids

    Every vehicle needs several automotive fluids in order to run properly. Some of the most important fluids include engine oil, transmission fluid, brake fluid, antifreeze and power steering fluid. 

  • Heating and A/C

    To keep warm and cozy or cool and comfortable, it's best to maintain your heating & air conditioning systems with Skip's Tire.

  • Monthly Checklist

    Taking your vehicle to Skip's Tire each month can help make sure your vehicle is operating correctly and running smoothly. You can also raise the hood and not be intimidated by following a few simple recommendations for owner maintenance.

  • Nitrogen

    Do you feel like you are constantly inflating and re-inflating your tires? If you want a better, more efficient way to keep your tires inflated, you should try nitrogen inflation

  • Oil, Lube, Filters

    Your vehicle relies on oil, lubrication and an oil filter to keep it running smoothly. Every three months or 3,000 miles, your vehicle should be ready for an oil change.

  • Preventative Maintenance

    Bringing your vehicle to Skip's Tire for regular service is the best way for you to save money on automotive costs and save time on easily avoidable mechanical problems.

  • Steering and Suspension

    The steering and suspension systems bear the weight of your vehicle, keep the tires on the road and help you experience a smooth, controlled ride.

  • Tire Balancing

    Balancing your tires is important. If overlooked, unbalanced tires can lead to uneven wear, vibration and potentially unsafe driving conditions. Our technicians can help determine whether your tires need to be rotated and balanced based on wear or mileage.

  • Tire Installation

    Tires should be selected by the correct size for the vehicle, and should be purchased in sets of four, or at least matching sets of two on each axle.

  • Tire Repair

    Flat tires are very inconvenient. While there is little you can do to prevent a flat tire, you can help minimize the hassle and damage to your tire by being prepared.

  • Tire Rotation

    Rotating your tires is essential for keeping your tires lasting longer. Rotating your tires means moving them from one side of the vehicle to the other, moving them from front to back or a combination of both.

  • Transmission Flush and Repair

    When your automotive service needs involve your vehicle's transmission, never forget that most transmission problems start out small but get much worse over time.

  • Tune Ups

    A tune-up is essential to vehicle maintenance. It helps prevent problems, while identifying and replacing worn parts. Maintaining a regular tune-up schedule will help your vehicle last longer, as well as get better gas mileage and performance.

  • Wheel Alignment

    At Skip's Tire, we know all about the subject of wheel balancing for your car. When your wheels get out of balance, you will feel vibration in your car. Your steering wheel might shake strongly.

  • Wiper Blades

    Driving conditions are always more hazardous in rainy or snowy weather, lowering both visibility and traction considerably. Having a clear windshield is key for being able to drive safely, and windshield wipers are essential for keeping your vision clear.