Keep a Steady Grip on the Road

with Quality Tires

Your tires are the only point of contact between your vehicle and the road. When kept in good condition, the rubber will provide excellent grip and helps you stay confident behind the wheel.

However, as your tires wear out, their performance declines, potentially putting you at risk of getting in an accident. Punctures, cracks, and other types of damage can also disrupt your travels and leave you stuck on the side of the road.

Signs You Need Tire Repairs

There’s perhaps nothing more frustrating than coming out with a flat tire just when it’s time to hit the road. Oftentimes, punctures are to blame after unknowingly running over nails and other debris in the roadway.

Fortunately, it’s possible to repair your tire as long as:

The damage is limited to the tread surface • Puncture is a ¼ inch or smaller • The damaged tire was not driven on while flat

If your tire is eligible for repairs, our team will fix the damage (usually with a tire plug or patch) and verify that your tire holds air once again. An adequately repaired tire is just as safe to drive on as new rubber, giving you true peace of mind on all your travels.


Tire Brands

When it comes to tire sales, we offer all the leading brands, including:

We even have tractor tires, lawn mower tires, and more, so you can keep all your vehicles rolling with ease.

We Don’t Only Repair and Sell Tires

In addition to providing new tires and tire repair, Whitley Automotive also offers an extensive range of tire services and roadside tire assistance for various types of vehicles. Our expertise covers cars, trucks, fleets, tractor-trailers, and other commercial vehicles, ensuring that we can cater to all your tire-related needs.

When to Get

New Tires Instead

The tread on your tires wears down through the miles, eventually surpassing its service life. Once it’s down to 2/32nds of an inch, it’s time to get a new set.

Having worn tires is just one of many reasons to replace your tires on vehicles such as cars, trucks, fleets, tractor-trailers, and other commercial vehicles. Whitley Automotive caters to diverse clients, ensuring their tire needs are met. Other signs that you may need new tires include:


Our mechanics can help you learn about the condition of your tires when you come into our shop. We’ll share our inspection findings with you and let you know how our onsite service and support can help resolve the issue.

Contact Whitley Automotive for

New Tires & Other Tire Services

We understand the importance of having quality tires. That’s why we invested in specialized tools (like Hunter tire changers) to help us provide you quality services. You can count on our team of experienced mechanics and advisors to provide you full support as well. 

We don’t only work on passenger cars, pick-up trucks, and vans. We also provide commercial tire services for a wide range of work vehicles, including small to mid-size vehicles as well as larger trucks like fleets, tractor-trailers, and other commercial vehicles. Our comprehensive offerings ensure that all your tire needs are covered, regardless of the size or type of your vehicle.

If tire problems leave you stuck on the road, we offer roadside service so that you can get support on demand. 

Give us a call or visit one of our shops today. Once you get in touch with our team, we will help you find a great time to bring your vehicle into the shop for tire repair or new tires. 

Contact the Locust shop at (704) 888-3560 or drop by at 210 Locust Avenue, Locust, NC 28097