Tire Rack Locations and Recommended Installers

Wednesday, October 17, 2012 by Gary Stanley

As you may know, Tire Rack is a mail order company, so we don't have traditional local retail locations where you can shop for our products. However, we do have a handful of distribution centers across the country where we ship our products from, and you can also pick up your order in person.

Orders can be picked up at the following distribution centers:

Note: With the exception of our South Bend, Indiana facility, our distribution centers do not offer installation. Local sales taxes do apply to any purchase that is picked up. Also, the credit card holder must be present at time of pick up along with a photo ID. 

Do you live in an area that's not near one of our distribution centers? No problem. We have a list of nationwide Recommended Installers that can provide professional and affordable installation of the tires, wheels and other products you purchase from Tire Rack. All of our Installers are carefully screened to ensure they have the right equipment and experience to satisfactorily serve our customers. In fact, to become a Recommended Installer a company must meet our uncompromising criteria:

  1. Use proper mounting and balancing equipment including touchless or rim clamp, European-style tire changers and high-speed computer spin balancers.
  2. Employ properly trained technicians capable of safely performing damage-free installations.
  3. Be an automotive business that can offer additional services to customers (alignments, complete repairs, auto detailing, etc.)
  4. Possess a positive attitude and the ability to treat Tire Rack's customers with the highest level of professional courtesy.

Only after these criteria are met is a company approved to become one of our Recommended Installers.

You can see exact quotes for installation by choosing a Price Pledge Installer while in search results. Price Pledge Plus Recommended Installers not only participate in our Price Pledge program but they are also Installers who consistently achieve a 4.5-star or above overall ranking in our survey results. Installers who participate in the Price Pledge program agree to display exact quotes for installation services based on tire aspect ratio. Additional or optional related installation fees are also displayed.

For more information on tire aspect ratios and installation, check out one of my previous posts, "Installation is Even Easier!"

Comments on Tire Rack Locations and Recommended Installers

Saturday, April 27, 2013 by Andrew Johnstone:
would like to purchase tires and get them installed in Port Huron or Detroit Michigan. I am Canadian and live just across border and do not have a postal code for either so i cannot search that way please give me directions as to how i can get shipped to them and installed from the tire rack.Thanks
Wednesday, July 31, 2013 by Alexx Perez:
I am looking for a tire shop near me that mounts tires via the tuchless tire mounting system. Can you guys help me find a place?
Wednesday, July 31, 2013 by Gary:
Alexx,

I know of no true "touchless" system as any machine has to make contact with the wheel and the tire. You can trust our vetted recommended installers to install your tires without damaging your wheels.
Monday, September 16, 2013 by peter wouralis :
do you have a location in cape coral,fl.
Monday, September 16, 2013 by Gary:
Peter,

I'm sorry, the only locations and distribution centers that we have are the five listed in the above blog.
Wednesday, October 30, 2013 by Doug Cain:
Do you have an installer in Raleigh NC? If I have the tires installed by your recommended installer will I buy the tires from you and have them delivered to the installer? If I do it this way is freight free?
Wednesday, October 30, 2013 by Gary:
Doug,

Yes, we have many installers in that area and we can indeed ship to any installer. However, UPS shipping charges would still apply.

Search installers by zip code here :

http://www.tirerack.com/installer/index.jsp?affiliate=FH8
Wednesday, August 20, 2014 by John:
Can I get the tires put on at the South Bend Center or do I need to pick them up and have them put on elsewhere?
Wednesday, August 20, 2014 by Gary:
John,

Tires can be installed in South Bend for $15 per tire. For details, see the link the blog : http://www.tirerack.com/about/map.jsp?affiliate=FH8

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