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Schedule Your Next Service at Modern Tire of West Hartford

We are a full service auto repair and tire service center, located in the heart of Blue Back Square West Hartford. You can rely on Modern Tire of West Hartford to get your vehicle back on the roads running like new again.


Oil Change

Regular oil and filter changes from Modern Tire of West Hartford protect your engine and keep your vehicle running like new. Schedule your next oil with us now!

Brake Service

For the safty of your self and everyone else, have your brakes checked annaully by your ASE Certified specialist at Modern Tire of West Hartford.

Tire Service

At Modern Tire of West Hartford, our tire services includes, installation, repaires, rotations, and TPMS maintenance. We offer a wide range of tires from well known brands.

Battery Service

Your vehicle's battery is responsible for providing dependable starting power. It also provides the necesssry power to run all other electrical components interior and exterior.


Schedule Service at Modern Tire of West Hartford

Bring your vehicle to a team you can rely on for car servicing is one of the simplist and most effective ways to ensure that you get consistent reliability for your vehicle. A good service history can also help maintain your vehicle's resale value and reduce running costs by making sure that your engine is running smoothly and preventing future damage.

Our service center, located in West Hartford Blue Back Square, offers a variety of service specials to help make important maintenance and repairs affordable. Schedule your next car maintenance with Modern Tire of West Hartford now!


Service Details

Oil change from some auto service centers offer just an oil change and new filter as an option. At Modern Tire of West Hartford, an oil change means a lot more than changing your oil and filter.

Our oil change service includes:

  • Your choice of premium oils, from conventional oil to synthetic
  • oil filter replacement
  • lubrication of all fittings
  • Filling and topping-off of all fluids
  • Engine inspection
  • Belts and hoses checked
  • Tire pressure checked

Your brakes are one of the most important components of your vehicle. Inspecting and replacing your brake pads may save you money by preventing a "metal-on-metal" condition that accelerates the need to replace expensive rotors, and, or drums.

It's important to have your brakes checked at least once a year to keep them responsive and to help avoid costly replacements. However, you should have your brakes checked immediately if you experience any of the following:

  • Your brakes are continously squeaking, squealing, or grinding
  • Your brakes or anti-lock braking system (ABS) warning light comes on
  • Your care jerks or pulls to one side when braking
  • You need to pump your brakes for them to work properly
  • You notice brake fluid leaks around the wheels of engine compartment

When it comes to your vehicle, there's a lot riding on your tires, not to mention your safety. Over time and without the proper maintenance, your tires could eventually fail you while on the road, causing a unsafe condition for you and others.

Get your tires inspected today if you are experiecing slow leaks. If your tires are showing any of these signs, chances are it's time for new tires:

  • Uneven wear and cracking
  • There are grooves, tracks or cuts in the sidewall
  • Bulges or blisteers that extends outward
  • Tired is below 4/32 of remaining tread depth

When is it time for a new car battery?

It's important to feel confident when going to start your vehicle, because being stranded isn't an option.

When the temperature drops, so does battery power. For gasoline-powered engines, beaware that it takes more battery power to start your vehicle in cold weather than in warm. For electric and hybrid vehicles, the driving range is reduced and the battery systems work better after they warm up. Make sure your battery is up to the challenges of winter by:

  • Having your mechanic check your battery for sufficient voltage
  • Having the charging system and belts inspected
  • Replacing the battery or making system repairs, including simple things like tightening the battery cable connections
  • Making sure to keep fresh gasoline in an electric vehicle, to support the gasoline system

xxxx When is it time for a new car battery?

It's important to feel confident when going to start your vehicle, because being stranded isn't an option.

When the temperature drops, so does battery power. For gasoline-powered engines, beaware that it takes more battery power to start your vehicle in cold weather than in warm. For electric and hybrid vehicles, the driving range is reduced and the battery systems work better after they warm up. Make sure your battery is up to the challenges of winter by:

  • Having your mechanic check your battery for sufficient voltage
  • Having the charging system and belts inspected
  • Replacing the battery or making system repairs, including simple things like tightening the battery cable connections
  • Making sure to keep fresh gasoline in an electric vehicle, to support the gasoline system

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