Discount Tire will mount tires you purchase at other retailers as long as they don’t show excessive wear. Tire mounting can cost about $30 per tire for tires you buy elsewhere.
Will Discount Tire Mount Tires Purchased Elsewhere?
Discount Tire (also known as America’s Tire in some areas) will mount and balance tires regardless of where you purchased them.
The only time Discount Tire won’t mount your tires is if they show signs of excessive wear or the treads are worn down to the point that the technicians don’t think they’d be safe to drive on.
Tire Mounting Cost
Tire mounting typically costs around $20 to $30 per tire (with exact costs varying by location). For tire purchases from Discount Tire.
Tire installation costs include parts, labor, and Life of Tire Maintenance (for tires purchased at Discount Tire).
Note that Discount Tires offers free tire inspections for tires bought elsewhere, and if you purchase tire mounting and balancing services, you’ll also receive lifetime rebalancing.
Discount Tire’s tire mounting service typically takes about one hour.
If the shop is busy, it might take longer for the technicians to get to your vehicle, but you can schedule an appointment over the phone or online.
Use the Discount Tire store locator to find a location, and then choose “Schedule Appointment” to book your service online.
Other Shops That Mount Tires Bought Elsewhere
If there isn’t a Discount Tire shop in your area, several other auto shops in the U.S. offer tire mounting services.
Other national auto shop chains with tire mounting include:
- Pep Boys
- Tire Kingdom
- Walmart Auto Centers (as previously reported)
Many locally-owned shops will also offer this service, but you may want to call ahead to verify.
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