THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ON/OFF RIMS

OnRim_OffRimON RIM – Both your summer and winter tires are mounted on their own set of rims.  On rim tire changes involve removing the current wheels from the vehicle and replacing them with the other set of wheels, already on their own rims.

OFF RIM – Your summer and winter tires share one set of rims. Off rim tire changes involve removing the current wheels from the vehicle and then removing the tires from the rims. The new tires are then installed on those rims, balanced and put on the vehicle.

TIRES ON RIMS

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First 2 Vehicles

$69 each
  • INCLUDES
  • Air Pressure Top-ups
  • Lug Nuts Double Torqued
  • TPMS relearn

Taxes not included.

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Additional Vehicles

$39 each
  • INCLUDES
  • Air Pressure Top-ups
  • Lug Nuts Double Torqued
  • TPMS relearn

Taxes not included.

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TIRES OFF RIMS

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TPMS-web2TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System)
Since September of 2007, all passenger vehicles have been required to have a TPMS system factory-installed. This system operates with a sensor in each tire and a warning light on the dash, which would illuminate in the event of a tire issue. In order for the system to continue to work properly, it is often necessary to perform a RELEARN after changing/rotating the tires. This allows the vehicle’s computer to know the new location of all the tires, in order to properly keep the driver fully-informed.

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