Service You Can Trust Gainesville, TX

November 20th, 2014

Looking for a new automotive home all in one place? Well look no futher, Casey's Tire and Brake in Gainesville, TX. We offer a wide range of vehicle services as well as new tire purchases. You will always get up front honest service with Casey's Tire and Brake, we even quote you a price and stick with it! That's right, no extra charges! What you see is what you get. For your protection we also offer a road hazzard warrenty on our new sets of tires. So what are you waiting for come on down to Casey's TIre and Brake today!

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September 12th, 2014

Needing a new set of tires but not sure where to go? Come see us at Casey's Tire in Gainsville, TX. We have a great variety of tires in stock to fit most vehicles. Our experienced staff is always happy to help you select the perfect set of tires for your vehicle. We also offer a wide variety of vehicle maintenence for your conveinence. Currenty with the purchase of 4 new tires we are offering a great coupon for free nitrogen inflation! Come on down to Casey's Tire Gainesburg, TX today and see what we can offer you!

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Wheel Alignment-Casey's Tire

September 5th, 2014

Casey's Tire Gainesville, TX is your one stop tire and repair shop in the Gainesville, TX area! We offer a wide variety of serivces for you vehicle, come in and let one of our experienced technicians have a look at your vehicle today! We also currently have some great promotions going on to help save you a little money! $20 off of an alignment with the purchase of 4 tires! That's a great savings, so come on down to Casey's Tire n Gainesville, TX today and see what we have in stock for you. 

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Spring Into New Tires

March 25th, 2014

As Springtime approaches it is important to consider the condition of not only your tires, but overall maintenance of your vehicle.

Tires Gainesville, TX Have the treads on your tires checked regularly and let us help you become knowledgeable about when it is time to change your tires. Tires with proper treads offer the most grip in inclement weather, helping you to avoid hydroplaning.    

Other tips for preparing your car to be Spring ready include changing your windshield wipers, keeping break inspections up to date and never forgetting to have your car serviced at the proper time. Always use common safety practices such as driving with both hands, increasing distance between surrounding vehicles and not accelerating or braking suddenly when hydroplaning, instead lightly tapping on the gas until the traction has return ...[more]

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Website Launch Announcement: Casey's Tire & Brake Tires Launches New Site

November 26th, 2013

Casey's Tire & Brake is excited to announce the launch of its new tire and auto service website. The site features a fresh look, easy navigation and more focus on what the customer needs.

The new site offers inventory listings with pictures and specs. You can search for tires a variety of ways including by vehicle, brand and size. You can also see the various services our 2 convenient locations provide.

With the addition of our blog, we are able to help inform and educate our customers on important tire and service information.

We invite you to visit the new today.

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Choosing the Right Tire - Casey's Tire & Brake

November 25th, 2013

Choosing the Right TireWe know you've heard it before, but it's critical enough to repeat: the tires you choose for your vehicle are important. It is critical to understand that the tires on your vehicle are the one single link to the road surface. To keep the rest of your vehicle performing at its peak, your tires are the very foundation of your vehicle.

Different quality tires will last for different periods of time, depending on wear and tear. Regular maintenance is key to longer tread life, but tread wears down over time and with use. Once you get to the point where you need to replace your tires, there are several choices that you can make. The easiest choice is get the exact size and make that originally came on the vehicle, when it was new. Beyond that, you might consider going to a better quality tire or o ...[more]

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