How to Get Your New Tires Installed

We offer many options when it comes to shipping destinations. Many customers prefer to receive their order at home so they can take their tires to an installation facility. We are able to ship to your place of work, home or alternate address. There's also the option of shipping directly to your local garage.

If you don't have a garage in mind, be sure to find one of our independent Recommended Installers near you. We've carefully screened each facility to ensure they have the right equipment and experience to satisfactorily serve our customers. In fact, to become a Recommended Installer a company must:

  • Use proper mounting and balancing equipment including touchless or rim clamp, European-style tire changers and high-speed computer spin balancers.
  • Employ properly trained technicians capable of safely performing damage-free installations.
  • Be an automotive business that can offer additional services to customers (alignments, complete repairs, auto detailing, etc.)
  • 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 be a Recommended Installer for Tire Rack. So go ahead and find one near you.


Sunday, March 4, 2012 by Troy

I'm interested in 4 Bf Goodrich tyres 245/70R16 All Terrain. Just wondering how much for delivery to Australia. Mackay Queensland 4740. Thanks Troy
Monday, March 5, 2012 by Alex

Hi Troy,
Shipping would be $365, and takes 5-7 buisness days with Fedex. This quote is accurate for 3/5/12.
Thursday, March 8, 2018 by Zach


If I purchase a new set of wheels and tires and they are mounted and balance by you prior to shipping, are they shipped to my residence with the valve stems and filled? Or do I need to install the new valve stems and fill them with air before I can use them.

Thank you
Friday, March 16, 2018 by Tire Rack Team

Zach, we would mount and balance with valve stems installed and aired up.However, you will want to adjust the tire pressure to the placard value for the vehicle when you receive them.

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