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SEMI TIRE SERVICE

Servicing all 18 Tires of Trucks & Trailers

Whether it's a tire on your truck or trailer, we're equipped to get you back on the road quickly. No job is too big for us. We repair tires on all 18 wheel positions: steer tires, drive tire, new tires, or retreads.

Steer & Drive Tires

Steer tires are the most important tires, located on the front-axle and should not be retreads. Drive tires simply carry the load and can be retreads.

Steer & Drive Tires

Steer tires are the most important tires, located on the front-axle and should not be retreads. Drive tires simply carry the load and can be retreads.

Steer & Drive Tires

Steer tires are the most important tires, located on the front-axle and should not be retreads. Drive tires simply carry the load and can be retreads.

SEMI TIRE SERVICE

Fast Roadside Truck Tire Repair

When a tire blowout or flat happens you can't make it to a service center or shop bay, or wait long hours for a technician to arrive. Count on On-Time Road Service to be there when you need roadside truck tire repair in or around the Cleveland area. Our mobile tire mechanics are located through Cleveland, not in a tire service center tens of miles away. Often our technicians are on the road completing mobile tire repair near you and can make it to you next. Our average truck tire repair service response times are around 60 minutes. Call us and we'll be on our way!

Truck Tire Tips to Keep You Rolling

Monitor Tire Pressures

Know the tire pressure of your vehicle. Improperly aired tires lead to blowouts or flats (and poorer gas mileage). Cleveland's cold temperatures can result in significant changes in tire pressure overnight. Before you go on the road, check your tire pressure.

Check Your Tread

The less tread or improperly wearing tread, the higher the probability for a blowout or flat. Inspecting your tread on a daily basis also will help to identify potential costly alignment issues or other truck and trailer problems before they occur.

Check Your Tread Depth

Too little tread depth can result in a blowout, flat or even a DOT citation. Per DOT Tire Regulations & Standards tires shall have at least 2/32 of an inch while steer tire regulations state that depth is at least 4/32 of an inch.

Carry a Spare

Truck tire roadside assistance is less expensive when you carry a spare. Our roadside tire experts can skip the trip to our truck tire service center, reducing labor hours and also your downtime. If your fleet does this you can save on your next mobile tire service call.

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You need a mobile mechanic near Cleveland, Ohio that is on-call and on-time 24/7. As a truck driver you don't have the luxury to wait until tomorrow.

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