We’re happy to announce that Quality Oil Exchange now provides a full range of brand-new discount tires for all vehicle types, and at such Low, Low, Low discount prices that they are sure to make you smile 🙂
We offer discount tire prices on the Famous Tire Brands that you know, and maybe even a couple of tire brands that you might want to know better including:
Quality Oil Exchange New Discount Tire Brands
- Goodyear Tires
- BF Goodrich Tires
- Firestone Tires
- Michelin Tires
- Pirelli Tires
- Bridgestone Tires
- Cooper Tires
- Yokohama Tires
- Sumitomo Tires
- Continental Tire
- Hankook Tires and many more.
- And of course, all of our factory new discount tires will be professionally installed with the same great care that you’ve come to rely on us for.
And if you just need tire service, such as tire rotation or wheel balancing, we’re happy to do that for you as well.
So you may be asking yourself: “How can a single-location operator like Quality Oil Exchange offer Factory New Discount Tires at prices as good and even BETTER than the big box stores?”
I’m glad you asked. And the answer is simple: We buy all of our tires from the very same Distributor as the big box stores, and we have lower overhead. Frankly, I almost feel sorry for those other guys.
In fact, we are so sure that you won’t find a better new discount tire price on the brands that we carry that we even guarantee to match or beat the price you find in Delray Beach, Boynton Beach and Boca Raton.
Some FAQs that you may find helpful when buying New Discount Tires
Q: Why do you keep calling them “new discount tires”
A: Because, sadly, some “discount tire” sellers are actually selling used tires
Q: I’m not sure what size or type of tire my car needs. Can you help me?
A: Of course. Just tell us the make and model of your vehicle and we can share with you both the Auto Manufacturer’s recommended tire as well as the alternative options that may save you money while providing you with better tire and road-handling performance.
Q: My tires still have plenty of tread on them, but I see a bunch of cracks in the rubber. Why is that and do I need to replace my tires?
A: Those cracks you see in your tires come from age and from the exposure to our harsh Florida sun. Rubber is an organic substance and it breaks down over time. Once the integrity of the tire begins to fail, cracks appear. That doesn’t mean that you need to replace your tires, just yet. To be certain, bring your vehicle in for a fast, free tire inspection and we’ll be happy to share with you our findings and our recommendation.
To request your free tire inspection, contact us today or just drop in and see us.