17 Places to Get a Free Tire Pressure Check Listed

Has your TPS (Tire Pressure System) light come on? Pressure sensors are known to be finicky but it’s best to get it checked.

Tire pressure changes frequently due to the temperature, time spent driving, when you last pumped air, and other conditions. Proper tire pressure can extend the life of your tires, improve gas mileage, and contribute to your safety on the road. It is best to check your tire pressure or have it checked at least once a month.

Below, we list the places that will check your tire pressure for free. Some of these businesses require you to first purchase another service, such as an oil change, but most offer free tire pressure checks without any purchase requirement.

What We Recommend

Walmart is the easiest place to get your tire pressure checked for free. It does not require you to make an additional purchase to get a free tire pressure check, and it is open seven days a week. Since Walmart is a nationwide chain, you are also likely to find a Walmart store with this service in your area, whereas some of the other options on our list are regional.

Comparison Table

The table below lists the places that offer free tire pressure checks, whether or not they require a purchase, and whether they’re open seven days a week. Scroll below the table or click each company name for more details. Note that the table is also sortable by any column using the arrow buttons at the top of the column.

Company Name Requires additional purchase? Open seven days a week?
Walmart No Yes
Firestone Complete Auto Care No Yes
NTB No Yes
Tires Plus No Yes
Belle Tire No No
Big O Tires No No
Discount Tire No No
Goodyear Auto Service No No
NAPA AutoCare Centers No No
Pep Boys No No
Midas No No
Les Schwab No No
Just Tires No No
AAMCO No No
Valvoline Yes Yes
Quick Lane Yes No
Meineke Yes No

The List

The following auto service and tire businesses offer free tire pressure checks. We called each business to verify the information below. Associates at each of these businesses also told us that they will also fill your tires at no additional charge after checking them if the pressure is low.

Note that our list prioritizes the options that do not require another purchase and are available every day of the week.

1. Walmart

2. Firestone Complete Auto Care

3. NTB

4. Tires Plus

5. Belle Tire

6. Discount Tire

7. NAPA AutoCare Centers

8. Pep Boys

(Note: Pep Boys also offers paid Tire Pressure Monitoring System sensor testing starting at about $15.)

9. Midas

10. Goodyear Auto Service

11. Big O Tires

12. Les Schwab

13. Just Tires

14. AAMCO

15. Valvoline

  • Requirements: Oil change purchase
  • Availability: Open seven days a week
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16. Quick Lane

  • Requirements: Oil change purchase
  • Availability: Closed on Sundays
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17. Meineke

Interested in places where you can fill your own tires for free? See our list of gas stations with free air pumps.

Places That Don’t Offer Tire Pressure Checks

In the course of our research, we found that the following places will not check your tire pressure:

  • Advance Auto Parts
  • AutoZone
  • O’Reilly Auto Parts