Toyota with new tires on highway

Buy 3 tires and get the fourth for $1 at Fox Toyota

2017 Toyota Tire Savings Event near Knoxville TN

Every 25,000 to 50,000 miles or so (depending on how you drive), your tires may begin to wear out. When this occurs, it’s a smart move to get new tires. Luckily, spring is bringing more than just flowers – it’s also bringing tire sales to Fox Toyota! We’re partaking in the Toyota Tire Savings Event at our dealership for 2017, and we’re excited for you to take advantage! The event offers tires from some of the most esteemed brands. So, stop in to our service department today, and get those new tires on while the deal is still in effect!

How to tell if you need new tires

There are a few ways to tell if you need new tires – the most obvious being if they’re flat. However, for times when you don’t have a flat tire, it can be harder to tell. One trick is to use the penny test. Here’s how it works:

  1. Find a penny
  2. Stick the penny upside-down in your tire tread
  3. Examine Lincoln’s head
  4. If you can see his entire head, then you need new tires

Of course, if you can see Lincoln’s head, make your way to our service department! We can’t wait to meet you, put on your fresh tires, and make sure you get safely back on the road in no time.

How to schedule an appointment

There are a couple of ways you can schedule an appointment with our service department. The first option is to call, and a Fox Toyota staff member will set up an appointment for you. The second option is to fill out our simple, online form. This allows you to choose a time on a calendar without picking up the phone at all!

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