Seasonal tire changes to mount and balance winter tires for snowy weather and all-season radials for spring and summertime rainstorms will help your vehicle give you the best possible traction and handling. Our ASE-certified technicians at Briggs of Fort Scott can do full tire services on all makes and models. Our tire department has a comprehensive selection of tire types and sizes for all kinds of vehicles to provide a full range of tire services.
Regular tire inspections are essential; during these inspections, our technicians will check the tires for physical damage, measure the tire tread depth, and inspect the tire pressure, adjusting it if needed.
Regular tire rotation ensures that your tires wear down at a relatively even rate; this can help keep you safe and comfortable longer, improve your fuel economy, and make your tires last longer on the road.Learn More
If your tires are not properly balanced, they will create an uncomfortable driving experience and may develop an uneven scalloped or cupped wear pattern; we will use OEM tools and small weights to ensure your tires are balanced.
Wheels that are not properly aligned can be dangerous and inconvenient, and they can also lead to your tires wearing down unevenly; we recommend that you visit us at least once a year for wheel alignment service.Learn More
If you have a flat tire from a puncture located in the tire tread, chances are we can patch it up for you; however, damage to the tire's sidewall or shoulder will generally require you to have your tires replaced.
The Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) keeps tabs on your tires to ensure that they are all properly inflated, and we can help you deal with any TPMS problems by performing service on the system.
When your vehicle needs new tires, our tire store has exactly what you need: a selection of high-quality tires that are manufacturer-approved and designed to provide comfort, safety, and long-lasting performance.
Another important factor affecting your tires and vehicle handling is the wheel alignment. When one or more wheels are misaligned, your car will not travel in a straight path. That could lead to an accident while driving on the highway or in town. Two-wheel alignment corrects the alignment on front-wheel-drive cars. Those with 4X4, AWD, or rear-wheel drive need a four-wheel alignment to adjust the camber, toe, and caster angles on wheels that are misaligned. A two-wheel alignment or a four-wheel alignment will correct your vehicle’s travels and help your tires last as long as possible while delivering the best traction.
If you need tire services done on your car, pickup truck, van, or SUV, our online scheduling tool lets you choose a day and time that are convenient for you. Our tire department at Briggs of Fort Scott has a full selection of tires, aftermarket wheels, and other accessories to give your vehicle the best traction, performance, and handling.
You can relax in our amply supplied customer lounge while we perform tire services. The lounge has free Wi-Fi, satellite TV, workstations, and reading materials for your entertainment. We also have free refreshments to ensure your comfort. You also can drop off your car and use a free shuttle to go to Pittsburg, KS, Nevada, MO, and other nearby locales.
It’s vital that you find an automotive service provider that you trust, and Briggs of Fort Scott is here to help drivers by offering comprehensive maintenance and repair services by experienced and certified technicians. We invite you to trust us for all of your service needs, from the routine to the complex. Please visit our online scheduling page when it’s time for your next service, and come experience what makes us one of the region’s top service providers.