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OPEN MONDAY - SUNDAY!We will be closed Sunday & Monday, 7/3-7/4
Joe’s Tires, established in 2006 and now owned by Southwick Inc., is your go-to tire shop in the Berkeley, CA area for tires, wheels, alignments and suspension and engine maintenance.
Located at 1865 University Ave., Berkeley, CA, Joe’s Tires serves the communities of Berkeley, El Cerrito, Albany, Kensington and Oakland, CA with superior tire sales and auto repairs and service. We feature Michelin®, BFGoodrich® and Uniroyal® tires and Hunter Alignment automotive products to keep your vehicle in prime condition. We also provide a wide array of auto repairs and services including alignments, brakes, oil changes, suspension and many more.
Our goal is to exceed customer expectations through honest and professional service.
For your convenience, Joe’s Tires is open 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday & Sunday. Contact us online or call us at 510-841-9406 ext 286.
Particles like mold and mildew, pollen, microbes, and dust can easily harm engine parts. Air filters keep the air that moves into the engine clean from clutter. The majority of vehicles have 2 various sorts of air filters. Need some expert advice on what you need?
Joe’s Tires has top quality auto repair services in Berkeley, CA and batteries which are quickly installed in your car at competitive prices! Your car’s battery is vital to start your engine. Need a new battery? We can help!
A belt that becomes worn may slip or become slack and it won’t function correctly. A damaged hose pipe may lead to vital fluids dripping from your engine and can damage your engine. Make sure your belts and hoses are checked regularly.
Automotive Brakes should be examined at least once a year for the safety of your car. Preserving your car’s brakes is among the most vital measures you can take. You can have the confidence of knowing that when you press your foot to the brake, your car is coming to a
Flat Tires can induce the rim of the tire to rest on the tire tread or on the ground possibly triggering in loss of control of the automobile or irrecoverable damage to the tire. One of the most usual cause for a flat tire is piercing of the tire by a sharp object, such as a nail, allowing air escape.
Your Check Engine Light (CEL) warns you that your vehicle’s computer found a malfunctioning component in your emission control system. You may see “check engine,” “service engine soon,” or “check powertrain.” Or, the light may show an engine picture, perhaps with the word “Check.”