We operate a certified Honda service department with a dedicated tire center offering Honda owners near Murfreesboro a one-stop tire sales & service shop. We perform tire rotation service for all Honda car, truck, van, and SUV models at a quality and value that makes us wonder why nearby Honda drivers would roll the dice by taking their world-class vehicle to a substandard independent service shop. Given our high-quality service factors and attractive value proposition, we make it easy to choose Honda of Murfreesboro for all of your vehicle’s tire rotations.
One of our many missions at Honda of Murfreesboro is to help our customers not only get the highest quality automotive services but to get the most out of a Honda with efficient routine maintenance services. Why make two trips for routine maintenance when you can make one and get everything that your vehicle needs at unparalleled quality and value efficiently. When reviewing the Honda owner’s manual, we found that your vehicle’s oil changes and tire rotations are due at the same approximate interval, which creates an opportunity for enhanced efficiency and value when it comes to routine vehicle maintenance.
Experiencing any of these warning signs should motivate you to schedule tire maintenance as they are the telltale signs of needing tire rotation service:
We organized an express service department for our busy living customers that want to diligently adhere to their Honda’s routine maintenance schedule but have to juggle other essentials like work and family responsibilities. Our express service department has proven to be quite attractive for our customers from Smyrna, La Vergne, Franklin, and Nashville, TN because they can stop in without an appointment to receive much-needed routine maintenance completed by an ASE certified technician inside a certified Honda service department within an hour of arrival.
Our tire rotations include an ASE certified technician that begins by removing the wheel-tire assemblies to perform a thorough tire inspection of all tires. The tire inspection includes an overview of tire wear, tread depth measurement, and inflation check. When the wheels are off, we inspect the brakes, steering, and suspension parts before mounting the wheels to a different position according to a best-practice tire rotation diagram.