1.Flat On The Spot Mobile Tire Service LLC
200 W 34th Ave
Tire DealersAuto Repair & ServiceAutomotive Roadside ServiceTire Additives & Sealants
Ran over a screw, tire was completely flat. Tried using one of those little portable air compressors but after 2 hrs of sitting in my truck waiting for the tire to inflate I finally called for help. H
2.American Tire & Auto
7835 Old Seward Hwy
Tire DealersWheels-Aligning & BalancingAutomobile Parts & SuppliesWheels
It seems that nearly every tire service in Alaska has a distinct lack of respect for customer's property. While the prices and customer service were decent, the general malaise and poor workmanship in
3.GCR Tires & Service
1150 E Intl Airport Rd
Tire DealersTruck Service & RepairTrailers-Repair & ServiceTire Recap, Retread & Repair
GCR Tire Centers are complete tire products stores located all over North America. There are as many as two hundred locations in the United States and Canada all strategically placed to provide produc
9360 Old Seward Hwy
Tire DealersAuto Repair & Service
Every single time my family and I have taken our vehicles in we have been treated very well and given great prices. The shop is clean. The waiting area is nice with magazines and a flatscreen tv. They
5.Alaska Tire & Rim
1645 E Dowling Rd
Tire Recap, Retread & RepairAuto Repair & ServiceBrake RepairTire Dealers
Great shop, very knowledgeable. Yeah, can be a little straightforward, and if you are stupid, it doesn't help things. Good shop, good deals. Very helpful staff. Helped me out too many times now. Don't
6.Alaska Tire Service
2330 E 88th Ave
Tire DealersTire Recap, Retread & RepairUsed Tire DealersAuto Repair & Service
I went to Alaska Tire Service, and had very polite and fast service. They didn't try to upsell of push stuff I didn't need. What a refreshing notion.
7.Johnson's Tire Service
3330 Denali St
Tire DealersAuto Repair & ServiceBrake RepairTires-Wholesale & Manufacturers
Johnson's tire service made a popped tire ten times less stressful. They put my spare on for free and helped me find a used tire elsewhere, since my tires we no longer being made. They didn't charge m
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- Move your car to a safe location.
- Turn on your car’s safety lights, apply the parking brakes and remove the hubcap if there is one.
- Loosen the lug nuts with a lug wrench (but do not remove them), raise the vehicle with a jack and then fully remove the lugnuts.
- Remove the flat tire and replace it with the spare tire.
- Tighten the lug nuts by hand, lower the car and then tighten them fully with the lug wrench.