24/7 Dispatching for Emergency Roadside Assistance
Tire Service in Baltimore, MD
One of the most common reasons for calling roadside assistance as a trucker is a blown tire. Roadside tire repair and replacement services can help you get back up and running quickly at a minimal cost. If the damage is not substantial, we can repair your tires, or we can simply replace them. We sell new and used tires for both trucks and trailers, so if you need replacements we have you covered. We also do tire safety inspections and can give you an idea of how long your current tires should last and how they should perform.
What is Tire Service?
Tire service involves making sure your tires are safe for the road as well as repairing or replacing any tires that may be damaged or incompatible with your truck or trailer. If you get a flat tire or suffer a blowout while driving down the interstate or highway, you will need tire service.
If you call us for tire service, services will include getting new or used tires installed, balanced, and inspected. We will also make recommendations for tires based on the weight of your truck and trailer, as well as driving distance and the terrain you will be traveling on.
24/7 Tire Service & Tire Sales
When you’re a semi driver, you depend on your truck and trailer combo to get you from point A to point B. You don’t want anything holding you back from making deliveries or picking up loads because that can impact how much money you make. Flat tires are extremely common in large trucks; so common, in fact, that even standard tires (not just those made for commercial use) should be replaced every couple of years (if not more frequently). If you find yourself stranded on either side of the road with a flat tire or worse, call A1 Emergency Roadside Service. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We can handle any problems related to tires or anything else that may be wrong with your truck.
Why You Should Call A1 Emergency Roadside Service
In our 55 years of experience, we have become the most trusted company for roadside assistance in Baltimore, MD, and surrounding areas. As such, we have been voted the #1 roadside assistance company for customer service and reliability in Maryland. We have been in business since 1967 and still manage to maintain great relationships with our customers. With us, you know that your call is important. Our trucks are dispatched by experienced dispatchers who know how to make sure that service gets out there quickly. Wherever you’re going, or whatever cargo you’re hauling, we are committed to keeping you on the road safely, quickly, and affordably.
Frequently Asked Questions About Mobile Truck Repair
If the tread depth is 2/32nds of an inch or less, it is time to have your tires replaced. As a rule of thumb, semi-truck tires do good to last 40,000 miles. If you drive on a lot of backroads or on a surface that isn’t friendly to your tires, you will need to have them replaced long before that. Additionally, when a tire is overheated as a result of friction, it develops cracks. Excessive sun exposure might also cause problems. If the rubber on your tires begins to dry rot, tiny cracks may appear. If you aren’t sure whether or not you need new tires, you can always have them inspected
There are quite a few different variables that factor into your decision. For example, are you primarily traveling on a highway or back roads? How often do you plan on driving, and how much weight will you be carrying? There’s no single answer that’s right for everyone. What tire you choose will depend on what type of driving you plan on doing with your semi truck. While road tires might save gas money, they won’t stand up well if you’re hauling heavy loads over rugged terrain. All-purpose semi-trailer truck tires seem to be the most common. Using position-specific semi-trailer tires, on the other hand, can help you get greater results. These tires should also last longer than all-purpose tires. Remember to select tires that provide adequate traction, acceptable fuel economy, and protection against cracks and punctures.
Typically, recommended tire pressure range for your truck can be found in the manufacturers handbook. Tire pressure will also be dependent on the size of the tires, what type of tires they are, how much weight you are carrying, and weather conditions. If you know all of that information, your manufacturer’s handbook will have additional information explaining how to handle different conditions..