Truck Tires Bellaire, TX 

The Biggest selection & highest quality tires in Houston!

Tires are designed to provide traction and give you the most control of your vehicle to make driving safe. Every time you drive, a tiny bit of your tires wear away. It's important to replace your tires when the depth of the tread is less than 1/16th of an inch. Some new tires even come with an indicator that lets you know that your tires need to be replaced. When you need new tires, Tire 59 has you covered.

At Tire 59 we believe in carrying only the highest quality brand tires and offering them to you at affordable prices. When searching for the right tire brands, it’s important to understand which ones will work the best for the size and model of your vehicle, as well as your lifestyle. We will assist you in the selection of your new tires, and we are also equipped to repair or replace your existing tires as needed.

If you are conducting research to buy new tires or have any questions, check out our helpful FAQ section on used and new tires below:

When Should I Look into Buying New Tires?

For the best driving experience, it is necessary to replace worn tires regularly. Optimum tire traction helps to provide responsive handling for a smooth, safe ride.

If you want to check your tire's health, follow these simple steps.

  • First, test the tread. Pinch a penny between your thumb and forefinger, so that the top of Lincoln's head is showing.
  • Place the top of Lincoln's head into one of the tire tread grooves - try to measure in the deepest point within the tread.
  • If any part of Lincoln's head is obscured by the tread, your tires have enough tread. However, if you can see above the head, you're ready for new tires.
  • You should always check your tires in several tread locations. Be sure to check the inner, outer, and middle grooves of each tire, as tires can wear differently on each side, due to improper wheel alignment and/or low inflation.

Tire Disposal: What Can I Do With Old Tires?

Tires can be recycled and utilized for a number of purposes, ranging from powering cement kilns to ground up and used for playgrounds. Ask us about recycling your old tires and replacing them with brand new tires.

How Can I Tell When My Tire Pressure is Low?

It is almost impossible to correctly judge your tire pressure with the naked eye. Tires can lose over 50% of their pressure before it becomes noticeable. This is why it is imperative to check your tire pressure every month with an accurate tire gauge.

What is TPMS?

A Tire Pressure Monitoring System - TPMS is an electronic system that activates an indicator light in the dashboard when your car’s tire pressure falls to the point of needing inflation.

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 Don't Take Our Word For It! Our Houston Customers Are Always Impressed!

"I stopped by this place looking for an affordable price on a full set of tires for my car. They had the right size in stock and quoted me a fair price. I waited about 50 minutes for the installation to be completed, which is reasonable because there were a few customers ahead of me.

The interior of the store is filled with aisles of varied rims and has a waiting room with a television and magazines to keep you occupied while you wait." - Josh J - Houston, TX

The Biggest selection & highest quality NEW tires in Houston, TX!