St. Louis Tires

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St. Louis auto tires from Cyclone Car Care.

St. Louis car owners already know that Cyclone Car Care is your place for trusted auto repairs, maintenance, brakes, struts, and the cheapest St. Louis oil changes anywhere. What some don’t know is we are also your source for great prices on premium and budget auto, van, and truck tires.

We carry all the brands you know and trust, including Pirelli, Goodyear, MichelinContinental, Cooper Tire, Yokohama, Dunlop, Sumitomo, and more. We also can install, balance, rotate, and repair your auto tires quickly and get you back on the road.

We can install, balance and rotate your tires and ensure that you get great mileage, traction, safety and long use from your tires. Proper inflation, maintenance, and balancing can help you get the most out of your St. Louis auto tires.

And because it’s Cyclone, you know you can trust us to sell you what you need and at a great price.

Here are some interesting facts about tires:

  • Modern tires are primarily composed of synthetic rubber, natural rubber, carbon black, sulfur, fabric, wires, and chemicals.
  • The first modern, air-inflated tire, was produced in 1888. A Scottish engineer, Robert Thomson patented the idea, but the first pneumatic tire was actually produced by John Boyd Dunlop of Belfast, Ireland.
  • Charles Goodyear of Goodyear Tires is credited with adding sulfur to the tire manufacturing process, thus facilitating the vulcanization process and making tires resistant to changes in temperature and the environment. This process greatly improved performance, wear, and durability.
  • According to Wikipedia, over 170 million tires were manufactured in the US in 2015. The same entry states that by 2019, over three billion tires will be sold worldwide every year. Demand for raw materials to manufacture tires is growing exponentially.
  • A 2017 Statista Report shows Bridgestone Tire (Japan) to be the number one largest manufacturer of auto tires.
  • According to the Rubber Manufacturers Society, tire pressure drops by 1-2 PSI for every 10-degree drop in temperatures. It’s important to monitor your tires year-around, but even more so in the winter.

No matter what you drive, we have the perfect tire for your van, truck, SUV or car. We offer a great tire warranty, great tire prices, and professional tire installation, balancing, and service.