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Top 48 Tire Technician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Tire Technician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Tire Technician resumes they appeared on. For example, 24.5% of Tire Technician resumes contained Tire Pressure as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Tire Technician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Tire Technician

1. Tire Pressure
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Here's how Tire Pressure is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Promote positive customer relationships by providing assistance with tire pressure checkups and meeting the customer's needs.
  • Perform routine checks and repairs of all vehicles, including checking vital fluids and tire pressure.
  • Check Tire pressure, fill tires with air or nitrogen depending on the customers choice.
  • Work involved balancing, changing, checking tire pressure and rotating tires.
  • Repaired Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems, and patched and plugged flat tires.
  • Identified tire pressure and added air when needed.
  • Brake system inspections, tire pressure/tread inspections.
  • Rotate tires and adjust tire pressure.
  • gained experience in checking tire pressure, changing tires from trailer tires to changing car and truck tires, fixed rims.
  • Replace valve stems, tire pressure-monitoring sensors, tire pressure sensors resets/ programing, battery installs and headlight restorations.
  • Performed tire rotation, installation, and removal Serviced vehicles by checking fluid levels, battery diagnostics and tire pressure
  • Change Tires and Wheels on Vehicles, reset tire pressure monitor systems with Tech 400 scanner.
  • change oil and oil filter and rotate tires and check tire pressure.
  • Reset and repaired tire pressure monitoring system using a Schrader Bridgeport device.
  • Perform oil changes *Tire service (dismount/mount tires) including flat repairs *Check customers tire pressure and interact with them.
  • Tire Repair Check Tire Pressure Fitted Tires On Rims
  • Performed tire pressure inspection Executed computerized tire balancing processing Inspected tires for wear levels and mandated safety recommendations Occasionally performed oil changes
  • Checked tire pressure and balanced them * Changed and fixed flats * Recommended tires according to season * Tire rotation
  • Mounted, balanced and rotated tires Checked tire pressure Provided excellent customers services Maintained a clean and safe environment
  • Guide cars onto lift Remove replace balance and reinstall wheel assemblies Repair tires Check and fill customers tire pressures

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2. Customer Service
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Here's how Customer Service is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Execute excellent customer service and organizational skills for receipts and billing.
  • Provide customer service selecting products and operating cash register.
  • Perform and demonstrate Customer Service Satisfaction.
  • Damage assessment, documentation, data entry, machined balancing, sales, customer service and year round outdoor work.
  • Changed tires, fixed flats, changed wheels, sales associate, customer service, and inventory.
  • Gained skills in customer service and communication through explaining the functionality of their vehicle and vehicle needs.
  • Deliver a high level of customer service through listening and anticipating the customers' needs.
  • Operated heavy machinery, changed tires for customers, focused on sales and customer service.
  • Performed tire replacements, repairs, rotations, wiper blade installs, customer service.
  • Provided customer service for new, used or damaged tire and rim assemblies on automobiles
  • Offered exceptional customer service to differentiate and promote the company brand.
  • Provided outstanding customer service when handling in person and telephone inquiries.
  • Led the store in legendary customer service.
  • Addressed customer service inquiries in a timely and accurate fashion.
  • Preformed customer service sales in store and over the phone .
  • Worked in a team environment to complete service orders Maintained equipment necessary to perform job functions Provided exceptional customer service
  • Stock Merchandise Provide Excellent Customer Service Install Tires on Members' Vehicles
  • Trained new employees *Installing rims and tires *Customer Service
  • Tire and battery Installation Training employees Customer Service over the phone and in person Shop area supervisor
  • Inspected Tires for defects Performed tire rotations and balancing Performed alignments Operated vehicles to service center Customer service

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3. Customer Vehicles
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Here's how Customer Vehicles is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Provided technical knowledge to customers and peers while accurately and diligently maintaining customer vehicles.
  • Serviced and maintained customer vehicles.
  • Completed work orders by changing tire and wheels on customer vehicles
  • Diagnose and perform repairs and maintenance services on customer vehicles.
  • Ensured that customer vehicles are treated with great care.
  • Manage work orders for customer vehicles to be serviced.
  • Used teamwork and communication to work on customer vehicles.
  • Test drive customer vehicles and company vehicles as needed
  • Mounted and balanced tires on customer vehicles.
  • Installed tires and batteries on customer vehicles.
  • Perform vehicle inspections on customer vehicles.
  • Managed the repair of customer vehicles.
  • Performed oil/tire changes on customer vehicles.
  • Change, rotate, patch tires, and change the oil in customer vehicles.
  • Administer skilled service to ensure proper maintenance and care of customer vehicles Operate shop machinery while following regulated safety guidelines and procedures
  • Install tires and batteries on customer vehicles in an efficient and timely manner.
  • diagnosed issues with customer vehicles in a fast efficient manner.
  • Preformed tire and mechanical maintenance on customer vehicles Ran diagnostic services on vehicles Ordered and tracked store inventory
  • Performed necessary brake work * Changed tires and made repairs * Make all inspections on customer vehicles
  • Mount and dismount tires Drive-in customer vehicles Inspect all tires Work with heavy machinery

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4. Safety Standards
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Here's how Safety Standards is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Maintained quality control and safety standards.
  • Mount and dismount tires, operate test machines, balance, repair all while following safety standards.
  • Will do what it takes to get any job done efficiently while abiding all safety standards.
  • Mount and dismount, repaired, and checked air pressure of tires according to safety standards.
  • Organized and ran training meetings for all shop personnel on various topics including safety standards.
  • Cleaned and maintained all areas of the store to ensure safety standards were met.
  • Assist and team with crew members in maintaining customer satisfaction while upholding safety standards.
  • Demonstrated strong ethics, strong initiative, integrity and focus on safety standards.
  • Changed and balanced tires and fuel injection services to company and safety standards.
  • Mount, dismount, repair; check air pressure to safety standards.
  • Cleaned and maintained the warehouse in compliance with OSHA safety standards.
  • Follow all OSHA safety standards to minimize the risk of injury.
  • Rotate and balance tires while adhering to corporate safety standards.
  • Understand and adheres to all safety standards.
  • Reset TPMS sensors to state safety standards.
  • Changed and serviced tires which provided accurate safety standards Restored inner and outer parts of the vehicle, resulting in retained clientele
  • Ensured that the shop area was neat and clean Adhered to all company policies, procedures, and safety standards
  • Administered tire service and repairs with efficiency while maintaining safety standards Restocked and pulled inventory LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE AND ACTIVITIES
  • Installed Tires Installed Batteries Tire sales Customer Service Followed Safety Standards

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5. Dismount
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Here's how Dismount is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Operate heavy machinery for mounting/dismounting/repair/balancing of tires and rims.
  • Provided mounting and dismounting tires of all sizes including tractors, semi trucks, and various commercial vehicles.
  • Change, balance, air check, mount and dismount tires and rims, sales, customer service
  • Dismounted, Mounted, Repaired, And Balanced all tires new and used.
  • Assisted customers with purchases, mounted and dismounted tires, and light maintenance
  • Utilized both machine and manual methods to dismount and remount all tires.
  • Change brakes, suspension, tune ups, mount and dismount/balance tires
  • Mount and dismount tires and service on commercial and passenger vehicles
  • Mounted and dismounted tires for commercial trucking companies.
  • Mount and dismount tires on vehicles.
  • Dismounted, mounted, repaired, and inspected tires sold; Installed and checked batteries along with simple charging system output checks
  • Removed tire and wheel from vehicle them dismounted tire and replaced with new tire using a air powered dismounting machine.
  • Tire mounting and dismounting on the rig 18 wheelers tire balancing static balance alignment clean up work area...
  • Grade tires dismount and mount tires repair flats of 18 wheelers make alignment adjustment.
  • Install brakes bolts to hold tires, mount and dismount tires when necessary.
  • Fixed flat tires Dismounted and mounted new tires on wheels.
  • inspect, grade, mount, dismount, and repair tires.
  • ounted, dismounted, installed, rotated, and balanced tires on a wide range of cars and trucks
  • Install Tires Mount and Dismount Tires Stock Tires Order Tires and monetary actions Open and Close Tire Center Customer Service
  • Changed tires , mounting an dismounting , stacked tires by tire size an brand ,rotated tires

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6. Tractor Trailers
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Here's how Tractor Trailers is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Repaired and replaced tires on commercial tractor trailers dump and mixer trucks, as well as, off/on road equipment.
  • Changed, patched and full repair of tires on various vehicles such as motorcycles to semi tractor trailers.
  • Oil and Tire changer, Tire repairs, alignments on cars trucks and tractor trailers, brake work.
  • Change and repair tires ranging from passenger to tractor trailers, on the road and at the shop.
  • Tire service changer on tractor trailers and semis down to vans between places like FedEx to prime source
  • Operated tractor trailers to loading area after thoroughly washing the outside of the trucks.
  • Change tires on tractor trailers, do maintenance work inside and around the store
  • Operated fork lift to move chemical totes for washing tractor trailers.
  • Tire service for cars, light trucks, semi tractor trailers.
  • Change and repair tires on various types of tractor trailers.
  • Assist mechanic/ Repair tires for Tractor Trailers.
  • Changed tires on semi-tractors and semi-tractor trailers.
  • Perform service calls to tractor trailers.
  • Changed tires on tractor trailers.
  • Mount & dismount tires for school buses, dump trucks & tractor trailers with & without split rings.
  • tire work on tractor trailers, road calls, empty trash from outside cans, etc
  • Job Duties Worked in the shop changing tires on tractor trailers
  • Service and maintain roll-offs and tractor trailers **Replaced tractor trailer tires
  • Tire service mounting an dismounting tires on passenger vehicles an tractor trailers an RV tires, oil changes
  • Changed and repaired tires on semi-tractor trailers, skidders, light trucks Performed on-sight repairs Maintained accounts

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7. Hand Tools
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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Can mount Stock to 28 rims and tires Skills Used Hand tools power tools, lifts balance machine, tire machine.
  • Installed tires for customers using hand tools, air tools, tire machine, balancing machine, floor lifts and testers.
  • Assemble parts using bolts, screws, speed clips, rivets and other fasteners utilizing hand tools.
  • Set rollers and drum to the correct width, using hand tools and gauges.
  • Clean chimneys, flues, and connecting pipes, using power or hand tools.
  • Repaired defects in cured tires, using hand tools and rubber patch.
  • Trained on all tire mechanic machines and air ratchet/ hand tools.
  • Use common hand tools to repair and service tires.
  • Cleaned, maintained, and operated various hand tools.
  • Operated lifts and pneumatic hand tools daily.
  • Operate power tools & hand tools.
  • Used hand tools, lug wrenches, and power tools, jacks to remove and mount wheels.
  • Used hand tools, lug wrenches, power tools, jacks and power hoists.
  • Used hand tools to mount, install, and secure tools.
  • Lift vehicles, use a lot of hand tools.
  • Use hand tools, air compression tools.
  • Use of air tools and hand tools.
  • Separate the tire from rim...I used hand tools: duckbill sludge hammer and pry bars.
  • worked with everything from shop machine tools to hand tools off the back of a truck.
  • Used impact tools, pneumatic and hydraulic tire changers and balancers and various hand tools.

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8. Light Truck Tires
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Here's how Light Truck Tires is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Assisted customers with selection and sale of passenger car and light truck tires, and installed tires on customer vehicles.
  • Provided service on auto and light truck tires, including rotation, balance, and patching repair
  • Mount, dismount, balance, repair and inspect all passenger and light truck tires.
  • Tire Servicing Dismounting, Balancing, Repairing of all passenger and light truck tires.
  • Mount, demount and balance passenger and light truck tires.
  • Change and repair car and light truck tires.
  • Change passenger/light truck tires along with balancing.
  • removed, replaced & balanced car and light truck tires
  • Change Large Truck tires Change Agricultural Tires Implement Tires Industrial Tires Change Car/Light Truck tires

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9. Service Calls
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Here's how Service Calls is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Perform service calls at client locations in various environments (indoors or outdoors, in heated or unheated conditions).
  • Earned the confidence of my supervisors and customers by keeping tires serviced and road ready with minimal service calls.
  • Tire sales and shop maintenance including inventory monitoring, generating purchase orders for inventory, roadside service calls.
  • Provide service calls including tire service, repair, replacement and mounting/balancing.
  • Performed the routine service calls on products and monitored the exchanges.
  • Worked with a partner for on-site service calls during business hours.
  • Started service calls and working on call in October of 2009.
  • Service calls to company lots and trucks on the road.
  • Tire repair, service calls, basic car mechanics.
  • Organize and Maintain scheduling for off site service calls.
  • Performed after hours and on-call service calls.
  • Used Boom Truck for service calls.
  • Service calls to farms and businesses.
  • Responded to emergency service calls.
  • Test drove customers vehicles and responded to service calls in many different locations including remote locations.
  • Responded to service calls, tire count, shipping&receiving, repairing damaged tires.
  • Take service calls Change out tires on multiple cars & equipment/Road side assistance Supervise tire techs
  • Tire Installation Use of Air Tools Service Calls Roadside Assistance
  • Service Calls Change Tires Rotate Tires Repair Tires
  • Installed Tires *Break and Rotor Replacements *Service Calls *Upselling Products *Excellent Customer Service

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10. Inspect Parts
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Here's how Inspect Parts is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Disassemble units and inspect parts for wear, using micrometers, calipers, and gauges.
  • Clean and inspect parts to determine if still in working use.
  • Used measuring instruments to inspect parts.
  • Inspect Parts To Ensure Quality Tire Repairer Tire Changer

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11. Hydraulic Systems
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Here's how Hydraulic Systems is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Repaired brakes and hydraulic systems on trucks and trailers.
  • Replaced drive and hydraulic systems.

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12. Air Compressors
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Here's how Air Compressors is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Worked with mechanical equipment: air compressors, air-pact wrenches and goat machine as well as miscellaneous hand tools.
  • Performed minor maintenance to shop tools, making sure air hoses and air compressors were in good condition.
  • Operated Rim Clamps, operated Air Compressors, Tire Patches.
  • Dried car surfaces using air compressors and cloths.
  • Operated pneumatic tools and air compressors.

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13. Preventative Maintenance
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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Provided preventative maintenance by inspecting tractor trailer tires for safety.
  • Developed an effective preventative maintenance schedule for all shop equipment.
  • Mounted and balanced tires & Automotive Preventative Maintenance.
  • Performed troubleshooting, and preventative maintenance of systems.
  • Prepared and administered preventative maintenance work orders.
  • Performed preventative maintenance for all equipment.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on vehicles to include oil changes, light bulb replacement, and tire repair/replacement
  • Performed preventative maintenance and oil changes by operating with tools, machinery, and computerized systems.
  • Changed tires on the side of the road* Preventative maintenance- oil changes* Stocked parts
  • Assist with engine, power train, and brake repairs and preventative maintenance.
  • Executed delivery and pickup as well as preventative maintenance and DOT inspections.
  • Machine preventative maintenance, and replacement of parts.
  • Carry out preventative maintenance on vehicles.
  • Designated as the company's commercial vehicle preventative maintenancetechnician.
  • Position mounts/demounts tires; ensures conformance to industry standards; examines and repairs tires; performs preventative maintenance.
  • Conducted preventative maintenance on fleet of fifteen OTR trucks (lube, oil, filter, etc.
  • Perform regular preventative maintenance on vehicles Replace oil, filters, rims, and tires
  • Clean, degrease and prepare equipment for service and preventative maintenance.
  • Assisted customers with questions about car maintenance questions Preventative maintenance on all types of vehicles Delivered auto parts to various locations
  • Produce street and traffic signs Repair and change tires on trucks and heavy machinery Vehicle preventative maintenance

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14. Tubeless Tires
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Here's how Tubeless Tires is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Remounted wheels onto vehicles raised vehicles using hydraulic jacks, located punctures in tubeless tires and reassembled tires onto wheels.
  • Locate punctures in tubeless tires and reassemble tires onto wheels, and replace valve stems and remove puncturing objects.
  • Handled the responsibilities of sealing punctures in tubeless tires and expanded rubber plugs.
  • Locate punctures in tubeless tires and re-assemble tires onto wheels.
  • Located punctures in tubeless tires.
  • Seal punctures in tubeless tires by inserting adhesive material and expanding rubber plugs into punctures, using hand tools.
  • Identified and inflated tires correctly for the size and ply Located punctures in tubeless tires.

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15. Service Truck
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Here's how Service Truck is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Maintain tools, equipment, and service truck in efficient operating condition, keep clean (inside & out).
  • Maintained a company service truck for road side assistance and large trucking companies for service at their hub points.
  • Change and rotate tires, run the re-thread machine and do roadside assistant with a service truck.
  • Used a service truck and service truck mounted crane to service large tractor and small loader tires.
  • Drive automobile or service trucks to industrial sites to provide services or respond to emergency calls.
  • Serviced and repaired semi and car tires, drove a service truck, and helped customers
  • Changed Tires on customers vehicles, Drove Service Truck, performed oil changes on customer vehicles
  • Worked mainly out of a service truck in all weather conditions, and times.
  • Operated a service truck to assist clients with tire problems in the field.
  • Worked on service truck for roadside breakdowns in Oklahoma and Kansas.
  • Operated a service truck for tire installation and repair.
  • Drive service trucks to and from service calls.
  • Drive service trucks to perform road calls.
  • Maintained service trucks, repairs when needed.
  • Drive company roadservice truck repair/replace tires as needed on roadside and at fleet accounts.
  • tire service truck Roadside changing of semi tires.
  • Changed tires ran the service truck, unload an load trucks, test drove vehicle's.
  • Changed tires and handled billing process Maintained business truck fleet Drove service truck to on road emergency calls
  • Service Truck Driver Maintained/Replaced Tires for Semi-Trucks, Tractors and personal vehicles Tire Balancing Oil Changes Brakes
  • farm service Changing/ fixing all types tires Running a farm service truck Deliveries Warehousing/ Inventory Truck loading and unloading Customer service

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16. Balance Wheels
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Here's how Balance Wheels is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Balance wheels to manufacturer specifications.
  • Mount & Balance wheels and tires, flat repairs, aftermarket wheel and tire installation, help customers as needed
  • Performed multiple tasks such as tire rotation, fix flats, determine counterweights required to balance wheels.
  • Put on/remove tires off wheels/rims, balance wheels, rotations.
  • Utilized a computer to balance wheels.
  • Mount and balance wheels/ tires.
  • Change tires, Rotate, Mount, & Balance wheels and tires, Flat tire repair, and new wheel installation.
  • Put new tire on rim balance wheels, put back on car.
  • Balance wheels, find leaks, remove wheels, rotate tires.
  • Balance wheels, fix tires.
  • Placed wheels on balance machines to determine counterweights required to balance wheels Hammered required counterweights onto rims of wheels.
  • Installed and performed tire maintenance Placed wheels on balancing machines to determine counterweights required to balance wheels.
  • Job duties: Changed, repaired, rotated tires, rebalance wheels, etc.
  • Change tires, balance wheels, P.S flushes, oil changes, NYS inspections.
  • Mount and balance wheels and tires Install wheels and tires on vehicles Check vehicles for safety hazards
  • Mount tires on to car rim Restock tires Balance wheels
  • Identify and inflate tires correctly Placed tires on balancing machines to balance wheels Remounted wheels onto vehicles Raised vehicles using hydraulic jacks
  • Mount and Dismount tires of all sizes from golf carts to O.T.R , Balance wheels , Flat repairs
  • Install Rims and Tires Balance Wheels Conduct Tire Inspections Flats Repairs Sale Tires and Rim
  • Put new tires on rims Fix flats Rotate tires around vehicle Balance wheels All done in fast manner Provide excellent customer service

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17. Lug Wrenches
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Here's how Lug Wrenches is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Raise vehicles with the use of hydraulic jacks to unbolt wheels using lug wrenches, hand and power tools.
  • Perform the tasks of removing wheels from vehicles by using lug wrenches, hand tools or power tools.
  • Removed wheels from vehicles using lug wrenches, crow bars or other hand & power tools.
  • Removed and installed tires by using lug wrenches, hand tools or power tools.
  • Unbolt wheels from vehicles and remove them, using lug wrenches and other hand and power tools.
  • Lifted vehicles with hydraulic jacks.Used hand tools, lug wrenches, power tools and jacks.
  • Tire Man Remounted wheels onto 18-Wheelers Unbolted and removed wheels from vehicles, using lug wrenches and other power tools.

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18. Lube
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Here's how Lube is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Inspected motor vehicles *Certified tire and lube tech commercial/agricultural
  • Tire delivery, parts runner, lube technician, tire technician, brakes, alignments and receiving deliveries.
  • Drained and replaced spent motor oil, oil filter, air filter, and lubed chassis.
  • Look up and order parts, all basic duties of a tire and lube shop
  • Repair tires, light mechanical, oil changes, lube jobs, battery installation.
  • Installed and repaired tires, also did part work as lube tech on side.
  • Tire technician, lube technician, brakes, shocks, and alignments.
  • Promoted to supervisor and responsible for all outside tire and lube techs.
  • Perform lube oil & filters on all manufacturer's vehicles.
  • Installed tires and performed lube services on customer vehicles.
  • Used a grease gun to lube the vehicle Cable Technician
  • Changed oil, filter, and lubed fittings.
  • Performed all tire and lube work on vehicles.
  • Tire technician, checked brakes, lube technician
  • Oil lube and filter service.
  • Tire tech also was lube tech
  • Tire changes On Semi's Trucks, Oil lube, Brakes, Road Calls
  • Tire, lube, express technician, Stocker, Cashier, Drive Sales, Operate store machinery, and Greet Customers
  • Tire Technician Lube Tech Change tires Change oil
  • Performed oil changes Auto Vaun Oil & Lube Technician.

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19. Water Baths
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Here's how Water Baths is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Locate punctures in deflated tires by visual inspection or by immersing tires in water baths seeking any and all lacerations.
  • Locate punctures in tubeless tires by visual inspection or by immersing inflated tires in water baths and observing air bubbles.

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Here's how Road Service is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Change semi-truck tires In charge of inventory Road service-On call Forklift-inventory Microsoft Word-data entry
  • Repair and replace tires, oil changes, do fleet check, road service calls, after hour calls and minor services
  • Perform road service duties as needed and duties other than those specified in this description as needed.
  • Serviced Car, Light Truck, and Truck tires in shop and on road service calls
  • Repaired tires, replaced tires, balanced wheels, and went on road service calls.
  • Changed tires and did emergency road service for the n.j turnpike and parkway.
  • Job included breaking down tires and emergency road service 24 hours.
  • Performed field and road service calls including 24hr on call.
  • Started road service following high school.
  • Perform road service duties as needed.
  • Perform tire service in the shop, road service, fleet service, & after Hrs.
  • Remove and replace Truck and Off Road Tires as needed,provide Road Service for Area Companies
  • Test drive customer vehicles and company vehicles as needed Perform road service duties as needed.
  • Perform tire service on tractor-trailers, either onsite or on an emergency road service call.
  • tire tech and road service tech, also performed some secretary work.
  • dismounted/mounted -road service-tire bay Manager \stock tires and Batteries clean
  • Repair tires Install new tires On-road service calls
  • Change oil Repaired tires On-call road service
  • Deliver road service to costumers Sale pruducts and services On call service 24 hours Operate construction equipment and other machinery
  • Replace and repair tires - Cut up old tires - Regrove tires - Road service calls

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21. Place Wheels
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Here's how Place Wheels is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Unbolt and remove wheels from vehicles, place wheels on balancing machines to determine counterweights, and remount wheels onto vehicles.
  • Place wheels on balancing machines to determine counterweights required to balance wheels.
  • Replace wheels on vehicle and drive out of shop for customer.
  • Fix or replace wheels and tires
  • Place wheels on balancing machines.
  • Identify tire size and ply and inflate tires accordingly Place wheels on balancing machines to determine counterweights required to balance wheels.
  • Repair and replace wheels and tires on heavy- equipment, semi-trucks, Small trucks and cars
  • Place wheels on balancing machines to determinecounterweights required to balance wheels.
  • Repair or replace wheels and tires Keep workshop clean and safe
  • Place wheels on balancing machines to determine counterweights required to balance wheels..Identify and inflate tires correctly for the size and ply.

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Here's how Different Positions is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Hammered required counterweights onto rims of wheels, and rotated tires to different positions on vehicles, using hand tools
  • Rotate tires to different positions on the vehicle as needed for maximum efficiency of tire.
  • Rotate tires to different positions of various automobiles, trucks, equipment, etc.
  • Rotate tires to different positions on vehicles, using hand tools.
  • Replaced repaired tires and rotate to different positions on vehicles.
  • Rotate tires to different positions.
  • Replace valve stems and remove puncturing objects.Commercial Tire Technician Rotate tires to different positions on vehicles, using hand tools.

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Diagnosed tire malfunctions and completed repairs to restore heavy equipment during inclement conditions.
  • Removed wheel from vehicle by hand, or when repairing giant tires of heavy equipment, by use of power hoist.
  • Tire Installation using specific training procedures to heavy equipment to properly and safely install new tires onto rims and vehicles.
  • Completed service and after hours calls, operated heavy equipment, performed repair services on heavy equipment and trucks.
  • Replace and repair tires for cars and heavy equipment, roadside customer service, stock warehouse.
  • Experience with manual labor, working a register, knowledge for heavy equipment and automobiles.
  • Perform tire repairs and replacements on heavy equipment, farm tractors, and tractor trailers.
  • Perform highly skilled and complex mechanical repairs on both light and heavy equipment.
  • Change and repair tires and wheels using heavy equipment using safety guidelines.
  • Repaired and installed heavy equipment tires at remote locations.
  • Handled all tire problems from cars to heavy equipment.
  • Changed tires using tire machine and other heavy equipment.
  • Moved materials by hand, using heavy equipment.
  • Change and repair truck and heavy equipment tires.
  • Mounted and dismounted heavy equipment tires.
  • Change semi and heavy equipment tires.
  • Changed all light vechile tires along with all heavy equipment tires, operated tire handler, boom truck and fork lifts.
  • Changed, repair commercial and OTR tires on commerical trucks and light and heavy equipment.
  • Serviced all light vechile tires along with heavy equipment.
  • Operated heavy equipment Kept shop clean and organized .

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24. Tire Casings
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Here's how Tire Casings is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Replace valve stems and remove puncturing objects, rotate tires inspect tire casings for defects, such as holes or tears.
  • Operated curing chamber to ensure the adhering of recap tread to tire casings.
  • Glue tire patches over ruptures in tire casings, using rubber cement.
  • Buff and clean tire casings in preparation for retread hot molds.
  • Glued tire patches over ruptures in tire casings with rubber cement.
  • Apply rubber cement to buffed tire casings prior to vulcanization process.
  • Inspect tire casings for defects, such as holes or tears.
  • Examined tire casings for defects such as holes and tears.
  • Inspect tire casings for defects.
  • Placed tire casings and tread rubber assemblies in tire molds for the vulcanization process and exert pressure to ensure good adhesion.
  • Glue tire patches over ruptures in tire casings, using rubber cement Order materials, supplies, or equipment.

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25. FIX Flats
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Here's how FIX Flats is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Tire technician rotate balance tires fix flats stock and restock tires Drive customers car into the shop.
  • Install tires and wheels, tire rotations and fix flats, inventory wheels and tires.
  • Rotate and balance tires, fix flats, restore headlights, change batteries.
  • Fix flats, retread, and dispose of tires in designated locations.
  • Perform fleet checks, Fix flats or replace tires as needed.
  • Mount and balance tires, fix flats, adjust sensors
  • Repair cars, fix flats, repair heavy truck tires
  • Changed tires fix flats minor mechanic work
  • Use impact gun to remove bolts to be able to work on the tire, fix flats.
  • Change tires, check air pressure, fix flats, and deal with customers first hand.
  • Change, balance, rotate, and fix flats on commercial and passanger tires.
  • Fix flats, wheels and sensors Delivered tires to garages and car dealers
  • mount and balance new tires, fix flats and perform oil changes.
  • FIX flats Accomplishments N/a Skills Used teamwork
  • fix flats, check brakes, check threads, tire rotation, air pressure, balance
  • change, re balance tires, fix flats.
  • Learned how to fix flats Responsibilities: Pulling stock.
  • Change Out new and old tires Install and uninstall tires and wheels Fix flats Load and unload Shipment of tires on trucks
  • Provide customer assistance Educate customers on tire maintenance Rotate and balance tires Fix flats and replace tires
  • Fix flats Perform oil changes Mount and balance tires Rotate tires Perform brake jobs

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26. Tire Sales
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Here's how Tire Sales is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Performed tire mounts on various vehicles, tire sales, training of new employees, customer service, and accounts payable/receivable.
  • Served customers of the truck stop with new tire sales, installation of tires, rotated and balanced, and repairs.
  • Oil changes, tire repair, new tire sales, battery installments, wiper blade installments and sales
  • Tire Sales and customer assistance in proper choice and tire safety.
  • Tire sales experience and lots of customer service related skills.
  • Managed all high end clientele vehicle care and tire sales
  • Dismounted and balanced tires as well as tire sales
  • Tire Installation * Tire Sales * Customer Service
  • Negotiated tire sales with customers.
  • Managed tire sales and orders.
  • Worked at American Tire as a Tire salesman, and also did labor work throughout the time i worked there.
  • Inventory listed the tires, stocked tires in the back room, and assisted tire sales in the service area.
  • Tire sales, rotation, installation, repair, membership service, returns, taking orders, ect.
  • Tire sales and repair, brake, suspension, inspections, Rotation, balance, replacement
  • Tire Salesmen Tire Tech mounting, balancing, inspecting tires on all types of vehicles.
  • Tire Bay Tire Sales, Tire Installation and Tire repair
  • Tire sales/Installation certified - Certified to fill propane tanks - Problem solving and customer service
  • Rotate and change tires Fix flats Break Inspections Tire Sales
  • Perform tire and battery changes Effectively stock merchandise Provide leadership in work safety Answer phone calls Filing paperwork Training co-workers Tire salesman
  • install tires -balance tires -repairing tires -installing and testing batteries -installing windshield wipers -tire sales -battery sales -stocking

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27. Clean Shop
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Here's how Clean Shop is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Perform and complete tire work orders, clean shop, assist in tire alignment procedures, assist in closing shop.
  • Greeted customers, handled special orders, changed and rotated tires, check and installed batteries, clean shop.
  • Serviced tires from small car to large tractor tires, ran parts, welding, clean shop
  • Give tire rotation and balancing, clean shop as needed and inventory.
  • Clean shop and prepare the work area for the following workday.
  • Maintain, organize, & clean shop and equipment.
  • Maintain a clean shop area at all times.
  • Put away stock and maintained a clean shop.
  • Changed tires clean shop stock tires
  • clean shop using buffer high pressure steamer.cleaning oil and grease off of shop floor.
  • Sweep and clean shop area, also the restrooms and the breakroom.
  • Change tires, change oil, align vehicles, service customers Clean shop
  • keep a clean shop area.
  • Open & close shop,help customers as well,organize tires dismount & mount rims and tires.clean shop...
  • Operated and maintained several tire changing equipment Maintained a safe and clean shop environment.
  • Tire Changes Oil Changes Clean Shop
  • Change tires Clean Shop Customer Service
  • Mount, balance, rotate, and repair tires Change oil and replace filters Rebuild TPMS sensors Maintain clean shop area
  • fix flats mount and dismount tires balance clean shop
  • Clean shop, sweap,mop,dust,clean new tires and rims,clean bathrooms.

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28. Vehicle Maintenance
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Here's how Vehicle Maintenance is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Assess vehicle conditions; performs vehicle maintenance according to vehicle and company specifications.
  • Diagnosed and repaired vehicle maintenance and mechanical issues.
  • Tire inspections/repair and mechanical vehicle maintenance.
  • Mount and balance tires, perform oil changes, repair tires, tire rotation, and perform routine vehicle maintenance.
  • Performed routine vehicle maintenance such as oil changes and tire rotation as per customer request.
  • Mount, balance, repair and replace tires, perform basic vehicle maintenance.
  • Tire repair and installation, customer support, shop maintenance, vehicle maintenance.
  • Learn the use of heavy machinery to aid with specific vehicle maintenance.
  • General vehicle maintenance including tire, battery, and oil services.
  • Light vehicle maintenance, tire change, put away tire stock.
  • Assist customers with tire and vehicle maintenance needs as necessary.
  • Wheel and tire installation, repossessions, and minor vehicle maintenance
  • Tire Technician Vehicle maintenance with tire implementation and service.
  • Provide routine vehicle maintenance and customer service.
  • inspected and performed scheduled and non-scheduled vehicle maintenance per customer request
  • Completed basic vehicle maintenance Worked well with fellow co-workers and employers
  • Performed customer service in addition to vehicle maintenance including tires, oil changes, brakes, etc.
  • Performed oil changes, brake jobs, as well as various other vehicle maintenance and repair services.
  • Installed Tires Vehicle maintenance Customer service
  • Detailed and task-oriented Perform Accelerated vehicle maintenance and repairs (ex.

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29. Road Calls
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Here's how Road Calls is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Assist driver to road calls to include off road and heavy equipment repair at shop location or out in the field.
  • Changed tires on customers commercial vehicles in timely manner, also performed road calls to change tires on commercial vehicles.
  • Change tires on semi trucks and trailers, Repair flats, Organize new shipments of tires, Road calls
  • Go on road calls and repair 18-wheelers that are stranded and also work on them at the shop
  • Worked in tire shop repairing truck tires, road calls, store maintenance.
  • Balanced, repaired, stacked tires, and made road calls to customers.
  • Changed tires, went on road calls, performed daily maintenance jobs.
  • Performed road calls completing each service within desirable time frame.
  • Install, balance and do on road calls on semi-trucks.
  • Preform required Tire maintenance in shop and road calls.
  • Go on road calls for various mechanical issues.
  • Tire change and repair; farm equipment road calls
  • Tire tech road calls inventory in shop
  • Changed truck tires and done road calls
  • Complete tire services on road calls.
  • Changed Tires on semis, changed and replaced mudflaps , charged batteries for trucks, preformed road calls and fuel deliveries.
  • Change truck tires, go on road calls, property maintenance, and work store
  • Change retail and commercial tires Do road calls
  • Replace & repair commercial tires Complete assigned road calls on daily and after hours basis Maintain assigned fleets
  • Repair, Sell, Mount and Dismount Tires Brake Inspections Test Drives Rotations Balance Oil Changes Check/Stock Inventory Road Calls

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30. OTR
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Here's how OTR is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Tire tech January 2001 To February Fixed or replaced tires on big trucks, bobcats, OTR, foam fill.
  • Installed and repaired auto, light truck, semi tractor, farm, and OTR tires.
  • Truck and hydraulic mechanic and builder, warehouse manager, OTR tire inventory supervisor.
  • Changed light truck/car tires, along with small OTR tires and semi tires.
  • Repair OTR tires from small spots to full section with patches and retreading
  • Change commercial tractor trailer tires, farm tractor tires, OTR tires.
  • Obtained OTR training and began tire service work on off road equipment.
  • Maintained, repaired, and replaced OTR tires for mining equipment.
  • Acquired TIA OTR certification as well as IMSHA training.
  • Use forklift to receive OTR tire shipments.
  • Boom operator & OTR work.
  • Moved into an OTR tire Truck in 2002.
  • Repair giant size OTR tires.
  • Wait for service call to Repair or replace tires from 15" to otr
  • replaced and repaired OTR and truck tires 20 plus years
  • Returned to work full time on a Class B A2 tire handler OTR Truck.
  • Perform all tire work inside shop plus i run service calls with company truck and do OTR work for Offroad vehicles.
  • Change and repaired OTR truck tires and trailers * Perform lot checks on fleet vehicles * Maintain tools and company vehicles
  • Change OTR tires Preform Pre-Trip and Post-Trip Truck Inspection Follow all Safety Rules
  • Replace worn diesel tires Foam fill OTR and tractor tires Repair tires

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31. TPM
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Here's how TPM is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Performed all tire servicing jobs to include mounting, dismounting, balancing, repairing and TPMS diagnosing.
  • Tire repairs, installations, balances, TPMS replacements and other repairs to customer vehicles.
  • Can do any size tire even with the new TPMS, including tractor tires.
  • Replaced TPMS sensors (used hand and power tools daily)
  • Diagnose TPMS sensor issues using remote scanner and OBDII plugin.
  • Balanced and rotated tires, with and without TPMS.
  • Repair, installation, and TPMS installation.
  • Maintained TPMS systems on cars and trucks.
  • Scan and reset TPMS systems.
  • Replace tires, valve stems, TPMS sensors.
  • Trained with TPMS, setting up new sensors in the car an connecting it to the cars computer system.
  • Tire Rotation, Install Battery, balance tires, change head light, Rest Tpms Sensors, Turning Rotors
  • Installed TPMS sensors, reset TPMS light with Bartech scanner.
  • install and reset TPMS tire sensor's.
  • Mounted and balanced tires Used jacks to lift vehicles Rebuilt TPMS
  • Install tpms and troubleshoot tpms on customer vehicles.
  • Mounted and balanced tires TPMS Diagnosis Tire rotations Kept track of stock and inventory
  • Change, rotate, balance tires Fix flat tires Install new tires, new rims, new sensors Shut off TPMS lights
  • Mounted an dismounted tires, patch repairs, tpms sensors, balanced tires road forced balance..
  • Mount and dismount tires Wheel balancing Fluid flushes TPMS replacement Battery testing and replacement NYS Inspections

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32. Inventory Control
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Here's how Inventory Control is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Recognized for creating an efficient tire inventory process which improved weekly and monthly inventory control.
  • Assist in performing Inventory Control paperwork accurately - any and all related requirements.
  • Inventory control and inventory documentation of products.
  • Assist in performing Inventory Control Accurately.
  • Inventory control, Management experience.
  • Job duties included tire tech, Training, stocking cash handling customer service, Inventory Control, and maintenance.
  • Assisted with inventory control processes such as ordering, receiving, and documentation of all incoming stock.
  • Worked with associate evaluations, coaching for improvement and inventory control to drive department sales.
  • Tire Repair, Mount and Balance, Inventory Control, Facility Organization, Air Tech Specialist
  • Increase of profit sales in 2011, maintained inventory control and sustained zero safety hazards.
  • Inventory control: Complete weekly inventory sheets; Daily restocking of merchandise.
  • Route delivery driver, Shipping & Receiving utilizing FIFO inventory control.
  • Organized and maintained bay area; assisted with inventory control.
  • Take customer's orders, Inventory Control.
  • Inventory Control and Roadside Assistance.
  • Tire Technician Supervised all day-to-day operations at warehouse including inventory control and employee management.
  • General service and tire installation and repair Inventory control
  • Interact with customers Work with inventory control
  • Provide excellent customer service Dismount and mount tires on and off vehicles Inventory control Sales
  • Automobile Mechanic Brake Maintenance Front end alignment Technician Tire Sales Warehouse operations Inventory Control

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33. Rubber Plugs
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Here's how Rubber Plugs is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Seal punctures by inserting rubber plugs and bluing them in place.
  • Performed tire rotation, sealed punctures tires and expanded rubber plugs.

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34. Custom Wheels
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Here's how Custom Wheels is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Perform alignments and installation of custom wheels and tires- Installation of performance components, primarily on luxury vehicles
  • Worked with both standard and custom wheels; performed brake inspections and road tested vehicles for customer safety and work integrity.
  • Mounted and dismounted tires from wheels lower suspensions and mount custom wheels and tire to customer's vehicles.
  • Install brakes, replace brakes and brake hardware, change oil, installed custom wheels, etc.
  • Installed custom wheels and tires, took inventory of incoming tires and accessories.
  • Listed custom wheels, popular tires online to draw more customers.
  • Put custom wheels on cars, and change tires
  • Experience in installing custom wheels and tires.
  • Installed custom wheels and replaced tires.
  • Learned how to do custom wheels.
  • Set up custom wheels and tires.
  • Test fit and install custom wheels.
  • Mount and Balance custom wheels.
  • Mount, fix, rotate, and balance new tires and custom wheels.
  • Qualified 9700DSP balancer.- Only mechanic qualified to fit custom wheels and balance high end value cars.
  • Cleaned and installed custom wheels and tires and also repoed them
  • Installed tires/custom wheels Met special deadlines for special orders.
  • Installed custom wheels and tires From To
  • turn rotors and drums, install pads and shoes, suspension Tires and Custom wheels
  • Installed custom wheels and tires Obtained company inventory Sold custom wheels and tires

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36. Proper Size
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Here's how Proper Size is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Identify and inflate tires correctly for the proper size, installed, balanced, repaired and rotated tires.
  • Tire technicians, also called tire repairers, identify and inflate tires correctly for the proper size.
  • Identified proper size and make of tire, removed from inventory, and installed on customer vehicle.
  • Identified and inflated tires correctly for the proper size, according to ONET Center.
  • Diagnose the proper size, right speed rating for customers' cars.
  • Identified and inflated tires correctly for its proper size and specific vehicle.
  • Identified proper size, ply, model and make of tire.
  • Selected proper sized tread rubber and applies it to the tire.
  • Identified and inflated tires correctly for the proper size.

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37. Passenger Vehicles
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Here's how Passenger Vehicles is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Tire Technician on passenger vehicles and occasional trucks
  • Repaired, installed, and balanced tires on passenger vehicles and over the road heavy duty vehicles in the shop.
  • Change oil, replace bulbs, brake work, repair tires, and install new tires on passenger vehicles.
  • Inspect vehicles to recommend brakes if needed and change oil on all types of passenger vehicles
  • Experienced in changing semi, fire, commercial trucks and passenger vehicles as well.
  • Oil changes on passenger vehicles balancing tires and rotating as well as mounting.
  • Change tires on Semi trucks, bus, light trucks and passenger vehicles.
  • Perform in-shop mechanical duties and tire repair for commercial and passenger vehicles.
  • Performed oil changes and other miscellaneous tasks on passenger vehicles.
  • Tire removal, installation, and repair for passenger vehicles.
  • Balance wheels on passenger vehicles and heavy duty semi trucks.
  • Changed tires on all makes and models of passenger vehicles.
  • Oil changes/Lubes on passenger vehicles.
  • Dismounted/remounted and balanced tires on passenger vehicles and light trucks Stocked tires according to sizes and grades
  • Repair and or replace bearings,transmission and all aspects of passenger vehicles.
  • Change tires on passenger vehicles, and light trucks Trained new employees
  • Used mathematical, analytical, and problem solving skills to service passenger vehicles and tiresaccurately to achieve quality results
  • Work experience has included: * Cashier for services performed * Gas pump attendant * Installed and repaired tires on passenger vehicles
  • Changed and repaired tires on semi trucks to passenger vehicles Changed oil on all passenger vehicles Inspected brakes Checked fluids in vehicles
  • Perform services on semi's and passenger vehicles Roadside repair and services In shop repairs and services After hours service calls

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38. Farm Equipment
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Here's how Farm Equipment is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Repair or replace damaged or old tires on various cars, trucks, road tractors, and farm equipment.
  • Changed and fixed passenger vehicle tires, also Tractor & Trailer Big Rig tires, and farm equipment tires.
  • Serviced personal vehicles, fleets, construction equipment and farm equipment both on call and at the shop.
  • Performed on a variety of vehicles ranging from small cars to semi trucks and farm equipment.
  • Repaired and replace passenger car tires; farm equipment and on/off road vehicles, when needed.
  • 87401Replaced and repaired new and used tires on automobiles, farm equipment, and semi-trucks.
  • Replace and repair tires on commercial vehicles, light truck, automobile and farm equipment.
  • Changed and repaired tires on cars, trucks, semis, and farm equipment.
  • Repair or replace tires on cars, pickups, trucks, and farm equipment.
  • Repair and install new tires on tractors and other farm equipment.
  • Fixed and replaced tires and wheels on vehicles and farm equipment.
  • Preformed farm service calls on various types of farm equipment.
  • Sell, change, and repair tires on farm equipment.
  • Dismounted and mounted commercial truck and farm equipment tires.
  • Promoted to technician working on automobiles and farm equipment.
  • Change, balance, and rotate car, truck, semi, and farm equipment tires.
  • repaired damaged tires from semi trucks to farm equipment tires.
  • Inspect and change tires rangng from golf carts to farm equipment
  • worked on motor vehicles and farm equipment, tire repair and replacement logan, UT Ron Keller Tire
  • Fork lifts,cemis and farm equipment.

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39. Tune UPS
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Here's how Tune UPS is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Major and minor automotive repair, tune ups, tire repair, mounting and balancing, and drive ability technician.
  • Change tire, tune ups, brakes, car salesman, supervisor of the shop, opening and closing business.
  • Change tires, oil changes and do light automotive work such as brakes tune ups and suspension work
  • Changed over winter/summer tires, Tire repairs, Rotated and balanced tires, Performed basic tune ups.
  • Helped mechanic perform basic maintenance including tune ups, brake pads, alignments, and body work.
  • Changed tires also repaired tires replaced suspension and brake parts and also performed tune ups
  • Tire repairs and replacement, oil changes, tune ups and brakes
  • Performed oil changes and tune ups on Diesel engines.
  • Performed oil changes and tune ups to factory specs.
  • Changed oil, provide tune ups to vehicles.
  • Perform Tune ups and diagnostic testing on vehicles.
  • Install and repaired tires, tune ups, front end work, and brakes.
  • Performed brake changes, brake flushes, tune ups, and oil changes.
  • Have done = many tune ups.
  • light mechanic* Worked on tires and balancing procedures* Worked on vehicle tune ups, brakes, suspension, alignments
  • Tire technician, lube tech, basic mechanic jobs( tune ups) front desk customer support
  • Tire repair, four wheel balancing, inspections, oil changes, tune ups, etc.
  • Repair and changing of Tires Oil change and Tune Ups Wheel Balancing
  • Service Inspections Tire Mounting, Balancing, and Repair Fuel Injections Cleaning Brake repairs, Tune Ups, and Transmission Rebuild
  • Changed tire for truck and cars Brake jobs Tune ups Oil changes Basic automotive electrical work

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40. Wheel Alignments
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Here's how Wheel Alignments is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Changed and repaired tires* Performed oil changes* Performed wheel alignments
  • Performed tire changes, oil changes, repaired flat tires, and I also completed wheel alignments.
  • Performed tire changes, tire rotations, wheel balances, and wheel alignments.
  • Performed wheel alignments, Tire changes, flat repairs, balanced wheels.
  • Provide wheel alignments, tire changes, and suspension of lift kits.
  • Mounted and balanced tires, Computer 4-wheel Alignments.
  • Performed wheel alignments and balancing.
  • Assisted in four wheel alignments.
  • Front and rear wheel alignments.
  • Perform Oil Changes, Tire rotations, and Wheel Alignments Diagnose and Repair Suspension, Brakes, Bearings, etc.
  • wheel alignments, rotate tires, change oil, basic car maintenance, and restocking tires.
  • oil changes, tire rotations, clean shop, put stock away, wheel alignments.
  • Performed wheel alignments and changed tires in accordance with mavis policy.
  • Wheel alignments Removing and replacing wheels on vehicles
  • Tire repairs and replacements Wheel alignments Academic, Personal and Professional References Available
  • Automobile care Changing or replacing tires Oil changes and wheel alignments
  • Mount and balance tires along with wheel alignments according to specifications Perform oil changes and lube chasis Perform N.Y.S.
  • Oil Changes Tire Changes and Repairs Install New Batteries Wheel Alignments Maintain Cleanliness of Shop
  • Replace tires Starting & Charging SystemsWheel alignments Fluid flushesCheck tire pressure SuspensionRepair brakes Differential Service
  • Oil Changes Suspension 4 Wheel Alignments Brakes All Fluid Flushes 2 Wheel Alignments Diagnostics Stock and Record all Inventory

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41. Brake Systems
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Here's how Brake Systems is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Inspect tires, brake systems, shocks, ball joints, and other front end parts for safety and stability.
  • Inspected steering mechanisms, brake systems, and other parts of the vehicle.
  • Serviced fuel and air brake systems on trucks and trailers.
  • Repair, overhaul, or adjust automobile brake systems.
  • Inspected wheel tires and brake systems.
  • Reline of disc brake systems.
  • Experience with OBD scanners, oil changes, brake systems, and some tune ups.

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42. Inner Tubes
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Here's how Inner Tubes is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Trained to recognize any defects or damage in tires or inner tubes and learned to make repairs as needed.
  • Installed and repaired tractor tires and inner tubes on farms for farmers.
  • Inflate inner tubes and immerse them in water to locate leaks.
  • Buff defective areas of inner tubes, using scrapers.
  • Ordered replacements for tires and inner tubes.
  • Buff defective areas of inner tubes, using scrapers.Power Washer

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43. SAM
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Here's how SAM is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Retail by selling tires and batteries to members of Sam's Club and proper install of these items on their vehicles.
  • Job responsibilities include assisting Sam's club members in the sale of tires, batteries, wipers and miscellaneous store items.
  • Handled day to day transactions for member services including sales for Sam's Club Plus Membership.
  • Inflated inner tubes and immersed the same in water to locate any defects or leaks.
  • Changed tires on commercial trucks, went on service calls for the same.
  • Collect or select samples for testing or for use as models.
  • Install and Repair all automotive products for Sam s Club members.
  • Install and repair tires for vehicles purchased from Sam's club.
  • Dismounted old tires and remounted new tires to the same rim.
  • Completed training as required by Sam's Club and Michelin.
  • Installed/repaired tires and batteries for Sam's Club members.
  • Performed same duties as I did at Action Tire.
  • Test experimental and sample production tires to determine strength.
  • Performed trouble shooting techniques on same.
  • Inspected fuel samples and trailer tanks.
  • Interpreted the various work orders for the vehicles and followed an installation schedule for the same.
  • Tested experimental and sample production tires to determine strength, wearability, and cause of failure.
  • Started working at Sams November 12, 2015 as a cart guy .

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44. Windshield Wipers
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Here's how Windshield Wipers is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Install and repair accessories such as radios, speakers, heaters, mirrors, windows and windshield wipers.
  • Serviced, repaired, and replaced tires, as well as replaced windshield wipers and batteries
  • Put on windshield wipers and check tire pressure.
  • Change batteries and windshield wipers for members.
  • Installed windshield wipers, and other misc.
  • Installed windshield wipers, and restored headlights.
  • Install windshield wipers on cars and trucks.
  • Installed tires, batteries and windshield wipers
  • Repair flats and windshield wipers.
  • Changed fluids Rotated tires Installed filters and windshield wipers
  • Change tires and replace batteries Repair flat tires Replace windshield wipers Clean headlights Rotate and balance tires
  • Changed and repaired tires Sold tires Changed windshield wipers Filled out paper work Answered phones

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45. Storage Area
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Here's how Storage Area is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Conducted basic maintenance and cleaning of equipment, service bays, storage areas, restrooms, and outside grounds.
  • Handled scrap (or take-off-tires) placing them neatly into the storage area.
  • Conducted maintenance of showroom, service bays, equipment, storage areas, lobby, counter areas andoutside grounds.
  • Collect payment, write reciepts, store and organize tire storage area
  • Spearheaded wheel and tire 6 Sigma lean event, led asset storage area restructure, enhancing workflow and safety egress accessibility.

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46. Oil Changes
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Here's how Oil Changes is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Provide customer car care services such as oil changes, tire rotations, and brake repairs.
  • Rotated tires, oil changes, made sure vehicle was in safe running condition.
  • Changed tires, rotate tires, check fluids, oil changes and battery services.
  • Perform services on vehicles including tire work, oil changes and light mechanic work
  • Perform oil changes dismount mount wheels and tires.
  • Complete tire service, including oil changes.
  • Fix flat repairs do oil changes;etc
  • Performed oil changes and tune-ups.
  • Tire Installation Oil Changes Brake Replacements
  • perform basic automotive services including mounting and balancing tires, tire repairs, oil changes, vehicle inspections
  • Perform routine and scheduled maintenance services such as oil changes, lubrications, and tune-ups.
  • Tire & Oil Change Tech Repaired and changed tires and provided oil changes.
  • Do routine oil changes, tune ups, and help with state inspections.
  • Light vehicle maintenance (oil changes, battery installations, etc.
  • provided oil changes, tire rotation, tire repair.
  • Oil changes, lube, and all fluidss on all cars.
  • Helped with service calls, Changed tires using air tools and hand tools..Completed oil changes and tune ups.
  • Mount and balance tires repair tires Oil changes
  • Replaced tires Repaired tires General inspection of tires Tire balance and alignment Oil changes General maintenance of cars/trucks
  • Receive inventory stock Make safety inspections/ recommendations for sales Oil changes Tire rotations Alignments on vehicles ect.

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47. Test Machine
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Here's how Test Machine is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Maintained periodic follow-up on test machines until tires fail or has run for a specific time.
  • Inspect, operate, or test machinery or equipment to diagnose machine malfunctions.
  • Inflated tires on a test machine and adjusted controls to simulate road conditions.
  • United StatesInflated tires on a test machine and adjusted controls to simulate road conditions.Changed tires onto rims and balances the wheels
  • Adjust controls to stimulate road conditions * Check car batteries * Inflate tires on test machine

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Here's how New Ones is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Change out old tires with new ones, balance and rotate wheels on vehicle and repair flat tires.
  • Mount and balance new tires, Replace old tires with new ones, Repair flat tires.
  • Dismounted old tires from the rims and installing the new ones.
  • Replace old tires with new ones.
  • Change the tires if there are new ones.
  • Stock up the old tires and new ones.
  • Changed tires ,repaired them sold new ones mount and balance
  • Removed old batteries and installed new ones.
  • Operated equipment such as tire changer and wheel balancer.Removed damaged tires, rims, and replaced with brand new ones.Aligned wheels

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20 Most Common Skills For A Tire Technician

Tire Pressure

29.5%

Customer Service

14.0%

Customer Vehicles

11.8%

Safety Standards

7.0%

Dismount

5.0%

Tractor Trailers

4.2%

Hand Tools

2.9%

Light Truck Tires

2.6%

Service Calls

2.4%

Inspect Parts

2.3%

Hydraulic Systems

2.3%

Air Compressors

2.2%

Preventative Maintenance

2.1%

Tubeless Tires

2.1%

Service Truck

2.0%

Balance Wheels

1.9%

Lug Wrenches

1.7%

Lube

1.5%

Water Baths

1.4%

Road Service

1.3%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Tire Technician

Rank Skill
1 Tire Pressure 24.5%
2 Customer Service 11.6%
3 Customer Vehicles 9.8%
4 Safety Standards 5.8%
5 Dismount 4.2%
6 Tractor Trailers 3.5%
7 Hand Tools 2.4%
8 Light Truck Tires 2.2%
9 Service Calls 2.0%
10 Inspect Parts 1.9%
11 Hydraulic Systems 1.9%
12 Air Compressors 1.8%
13 Preventative Maintenance 1.7%
14 Tubeless Tires 1.7%
15 Service Truck 1.6%
16 Balance Wheels 1.6%
17 Lug Wrenches 1.4%
18 Lube 1.2%
19 Water Baths 1.2%
20 Road Service 1.0%
21 Place Wheels 1.0%
22 Different Positions 1.0%
23 Heavy Equipment 0.9%
24 Tire Casings 0.9%
25 FIX Flats 0.9%
26 Tire Sales 0.8%
27 Clean Shop 0.8%
28 Vehicle Maintenance 0.7%
29 Road Calls 0.7%
30 OTR 0.7%
31 TPM 0.7%
32 Inventory Control 0.7%
33 Rubber Plugs 0.7%
34 Custom Wheels 0.5%
35 Machine Shop 0.5%
36 Proper Size 0.5%
37 Passenger Vehicles 0.4%
38 Farm Equipment 0.4%
39 Tune UPS 0.4%
40 Wheel Alignments 0.4%
41 Brake Systems 0.4%
42 Inner Tubes 0.4%
43 SAM 0.4%
44 Windshield Wipers 0.4%
45 Storage Area 0.4%
46 Oil Changes 0.4%
47 Test Machine 0.3%
48 New Ones 0.3%
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