Top 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, 18.8% of Tire Technician resumes contained Tire Rotations as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Tire Technician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Tire Technician resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Tire Rotations

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Here's how Tire Rotations is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Performed tire rotations and changed tires utilizing time machine
  • Worked as a Tire Technician performing tire rotations, doing basic level servicing on vehicles that came into the shop.
  • Change Tiers on vehicles, Perform Flat repairs and tire rotations, clean the bays and stock the inventory shelves.
  • Specialized in tire rotations, changes and service calls * Identified and inflated tires correctly for size and ply.
  • Performed oil changes on various vehicles, tire rotations, tire repairs, tire installations and other related duties.
  • Provided services for clients by performing tire rotations, mount & balancing tires, and repairing flat tires.
  • Perform tire changes, tire mounting, tire rotations, tire balancing & other maintenance required on vehicles.
  • Job duties include changing tires, balancing tires, tire rotations, oil changes, and inspecting vehicles.
  • Started off doing oil changes and tire rotations, moved up to learn how to do alignments.
  • Tire rotations, balance, oil change, new tires, repair tires, general car inspections.
  • Provided customer service; to include changing car/truck tires, checking tire rotations, balancing and condition/tune-ups.
  • Worked with tools, pneumatic tools, jacks, doing tire rotations, balances and repair.
  • Tire changes, tire rotations, oil changes, vehicle inspections, battery maintenance, customer service
  • Mount and balance tires, fix flat tires, tire rotations, clean and inspect mounting services
  • Provide customer car care services such as oil changes, tire rotations, and brake repairs.
  • Complete tire rotations, flat repairs, battery replacements, sales floor, and cashier.
  • Install tires and wheels, tire rotations and fix flats, inventory wheels and tires.
  • Oil changes, tire rotations, tire repairs, mounting and balancing tires, clean up
  • Performed tire changes, tire rotations, tire repairs and also assisted in tire alignments.
  • Changed Tires, Oil Changes, Balanced Wheels, Tire Rotations, and Flat Repairs

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2. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Provided helpful, friendly and responsive customer service while providing accurate and informative wheel related information and recommendations to customers.
  • Run customer service desk in high volume service area while maintaining a professional attitude and environment
  • Processed service requests efficiently and provided outstanding customer service when interacting with all customers.
  • Communicated with industry partners to order supplies and provided friendly customer service.
  • Maintained communication with customer service and dispatch regarding service calls.
  • Demonstrated good customer service by addressing customer questions and concerns.
  • Provided excellent customer service by promptly responding to customer concerns.
  • Ensured exceptional customer service while practicing safe industry standards.
  • Ensured the most positive consumer experience through high-quality customer service
  • Provide customer service selecting products and operating cash register.
  • Provide exceptional customer service/ worked in team environment.
  • Interacted with customers, providing excellent customer service.
  • Provided outstanding customer service in a retail environment.
  • Provided excellent customer service through proper communication tactics.
  • Perform awarded customer service cashiering position requires.
  • Operate storefront and provide customer service
  • Performed tire mounts on various vehicles, tire sales, training of new employees, customer service, and accounts payable/receivable.
  • Team Members are also responsible for assisting members in the selection and purchase of tires with courteous and friendly customer service.
  • Dismounted, mounted and balanced tires, was educated and sold other products, performed excellent customer service and oil changes.
  • Worked on vehicles Provide great customer service Assist with closing responsibilities Fill out necessary work orders Assist in answering phone calls

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3. Customer Vehicles

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Here's how Customer Vehicles is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Installed wheel/tire combinations on customer vehicles.
  • Serviced and maintained customer vehicles.
  • Transported customer vehicles to-and-from workplace.
  • Install tires and wheels on customer vehicles while also provide service to vehicles, such as rotations, balancing and repairs.
  • Tire Technician-Install tires and wheels on customer vehicles, while also performing service of vehicles; rotations, balancing and repairs.
  • Performed safety checks on customer vehicles (brakes, tires, suspension, steering, fluids, etc.)
  • Perform tire replacement, maintenance, plus sizing wheels and tires on customer vehicles checking wheel and tire clearance.
  • Moved customer vehicles in and out of service bays as well providing visual and ten point safety inspections.
  • Replace tires, change oil, rotate tires, and inspect customer vehicles for safety and emissions inspections.
  • Prepare mechanical tools to begin service to customer vehicles as well as calibrating equipment to the proper spec.
  • Performed sale responsibilities, which included the appropriate tire, and the maintenance recommended for customer vehicles.
  • Moved customer vehicles in and out of the shop as well as on and off lifts.
  • Change oil and install tires and batteries for all makes and models of customer vehicles.
  • Tire repairs, installations, balances, TPMS replacements and other repairs to customer vehicles.
  • Performed all aspects of tire replacement, repair, and installation on customer vehicles.
  • Performed routine maintenance checks on customer vehicles and reported any deficiencies to the customer.
  • Take customer vehicles for test drives to ensure our work was completed properly.
  • Perform 22 Point Safety Inspections and basic oil changes on customer vehicles when needed
  • Perform fleet checks of customer vehicles and repair or replace tires as needed.
  • Balance, rotate, mount/dismount, and install tires on customer vehicles.

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4. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Maintain shop equipment all while incorporating and adhering to safety procedures.
  • Followed Safety Procedures and Precautions.
  • Participate in training, follow safety procedures, job duties, and company policies.
  • Ensured the proper installation of tires and correct use of safety procedures.
  • Mount and dismount tires on rims using proper safety procedures.
  • Tire installation and services in accordance with all safety procedures.
  • Follow all safety procedures in policy.
  • Conduct and pick up inventory using company vehicle from various store locations.Implement and enforce safety procedures in accordance with company guidelines.
  • Experienced in safety procedures in a working environment Proficient in working in teams to efficiently accomplish jobs and benefit the company
  • Followed proper safety procedures and provided proper care, sercvice and maintenance of equipment, tools and merchandise.
  • Change and repair tires Practice company safety procedures Ensure customer safety Strong team environment

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5. Semi Tires

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Here's how Semi Tires is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Examined and repaired tires and faulty parts on all make and model vehicles including tractor tires, and semi tires.
  • Fix flats tires, repair patches on tires, mount and dismount semi tires, and rotate tires.
  • Job duties include, sales, changing passenger car, semi tires, and making deliveries.
  • Provide customer service while changing or repairing semi tires, cashiering, and general store upkeep.
  • Work in flat repairs, semi tires, tractor tires, any tire big or small.
  • Repair or install passenger, agricultural, and semi tires while providing great customer service.
  • Change semi tires, maintain good upkeep on the store and do preventive maintenance on equipment
  • Changed light truck/car tires, along with small OTR tires and semi tires.
  • Installed new and used car/ truck/ semi tires and also re-tread semi tires.
  • Changed semi tires on side of high ways and worked on semis.
  • Tire service truck changing semi tires and any field equipment.
  • Changed out Semi tires, regular car & pickup tires.
  • Changed and service various size truck and semi tires.
  • Fix or replace semi tires or normal car tires.
  • Mounted/Dismounted trailer and semi tires, Took apart wrecked semis
  • Repair tires ranging from farm tires to semi tires.
  • Changed semi tires, maintained and fuel pumps.
  • Remove & Replace semi tires & wheels.
  • Fixed car tires and tractor and semi tires
  • Install and repair semi tires.

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6. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Worked with mechanical equipment: air compressors, air-pact wrenches and goat machine as well as miscellaneous hand tools.
  • Perform the tasks of removing wheels from vehicles by using lug wrenches, hand tools or power tools.
  • Inspected damaged/flat tires for areas needing repair using hand tools and repaired or replaced tires as needed.
  • Performed brake repair using the correct hand tools and brake lathe to resurface brake rotors if applicable.
  • Used air and hand tools as well as hydraulic lifts, and other electrical equipment.
  • Set rollers and drum to the correct width, using hand tools and gauges.
  • Operated typical shop equipment (hoists, jacks, hand tools, etc.)
  • Removed and installed tires by using lug wrenches, hand tools or power tools.
  • Repaired defects in cured tires, using hand tools and rubber patch.
  • Trained on all tire mechanic machines and air ratchet/ hand tools.
  • Replaced and repaired tires and tubes utilizing power and hand tools.
  • Operated heavy machinery, power tools and hand tools.
  • Cleaned, maintained, and operated various hand tools.
  • Used air and hand tools to service vehicles.
  • Operated lifts and pneumatic hand tools daily.
  • Use in hand tools and air powered.
  • 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.
  • Lift vehicles, use a lot of hand tools.

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7. 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 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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8. Service Calls

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Here's how Service Calls is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Repair or replace tires on customers vehicles in shop or on roadside service calls, as well as some minor repairs.
  • Perform service calls when drivers have a blow out or are otherwise unable to keep driving unit due to tire issues.
  • Repair and replace tires, oil changes, do fleet check, road service calls, after hour calls and minor services
  • Perform service calls at client locations in various environments (indoors or outdoors, in heated or unheated conditions).
  • Service Calls around Florida to repair broken down vehicles and other commercial vehicles, during business hours and after hours/on-call.
  • Perform all necessary tire repairs, dismounts, and mount of all tires at store location & field service calls.
  • Fixed or replaced tires on various vehicles and heavy machinery Went on service calls to various locations to fix/repair tires
  • Earned the confidence of my supervisors and customers by keeping tires serviced and road ready with minimal service calls.
  • Completed company routes, routinely completed service calls, including on call shifts throughout the week & scheduled weekends.
  • Tire sales and shop maintenance including inventory monitoring, generating purchase orders for inventory, roadside service calls.
  • Run service calls, worked in shop and yard changing tires and ordering tires, fleet checks.
  • Change tires of any size, service calls in freeways, change car oil, rotation of tires
  • Handled mobile service calls on roadside and at yards, during regular hours and after hours.
  • Service calls - Had to improvise at times, due the situation presented to me.
  • Serviced Car, Light Truck, and Truck tires in shop and on road service calls
  • Tire repair * Tire installation* Oil changes* Brake repair and installation* Farm service calls * Sales
  • Repaired tires, replaced tires, balanced wheels, and went on road service calls.
  • Experience going out into the community doing service calls for customers and farmers as needed.
  • Make pick tickets and invoices for service calls and work on the front block.
  • Perform service calls for tractors and trailers that need bad or defective tires replaced

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9. Hydraulic Jacks

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Here's how Hydraulic Jacks is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Raise vehicles with the use of hydraulic jacks to unbolt wheels using lug wrenches, hand and power tools.
  • Use common hand tools to repair and service tires including hydraulic jacks, buffers, drills, etc.
  • Raise vehicles, using hydraulic jacks, operate cranes, hoists, or other moving or lifting equipment.
  • Chocked wheels and jacked vehicles and trailers with air powered hydraulic jacks and supported with jack stands.
  • Managed the vehicles by using the hydraulic jacks and then remounting the wheels on the vehicles.
  • Key Highlights* Raised vehicles using hydraulic jacks, identified tire size and inflated tires accordingly.
  • Raise vehicles, using hydraulic jacks; mount wheels onto vehicles.
  • Remounted wheels on to buses, raised vehicles using hydraulic jacks.
  • Operated hydraulic jacks to raise vehicles and remount wheels upon completion.
  • Lifted vehicles using a hydraulic lift as well as hydraulic jacks.
  • Used balance machine, various power tools and hydraulic jacks.
  • Raise vehicles with hydraulic jacks, remount wheels onto vehicles.
  • Raise vehicles, using hydraulic jacks and floor lift.
  • Operate hydraulic jacks, buffers, drills, etc.
  • Operated and maintained balance wheel machines and hydraulic jacks.
  • Raise semi trucks and trailers using hydraulic jacks.
  • Raise vehicles, operating hydraulic jacks.
  • Raise Trucks, using hydraulic jacks.
  • Raise vehicles, using hydraulic jacks.
  • Inspected vehicles using hydraulic jacks.

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10. 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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11. Service Truck

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Here's how Service Truck is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Changed tires, fixed flats, sale tires, convince people to buy and give best offer, help on service truck
  • Maintain tools, equipment, and service truck in efficient operating condition, keep clean (inside & out).
  • Fix tires oil changes help the mechanics clean run service truck to work on combines and tractors semi's cars
  • Maintained a company service truck for road side assistance and large trucking companies for service at their hub points.
  • Drive service trucks to Customer locations or road location to provide fleet services and/or respond to emergency calls.
  • Used a company service truck to go on the side of the road to service broke down trucks.
  • Change tires on trucks Go out on service calls to service trucks Clean up facility and empty trash
  • Used a service truck and service truck mounted crane to service large tractor and small loader tires.
  • Change and rotate tires, run the re-thread machine and do roadside assistant with a service truck.
  • Used hydraulic powered lift gate to place and remove tires and wheels from bed of service truck.
  • Service Truck driver, Fleet service for commercial trucks, experience in commercial and heavy equipment tires.
  • Work was performed either in the shop or in the field, via company service trucks.
  • Drive automobile or service trucks to industrial sites to provide services or respond to emergency calls.
  • 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 assisting in tire related failures on and off highway locations.
  • Work on the commercial side and am in training for the service truck.
  • Drive service truck from shop to service site and return to the shop.
  • Keep service truck fueled and complete proper maintenance to keep service truck operational.
  • Job Description: During this position I ran the Farm and TireService Truck.

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12. 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.
  • Operate automatic balance machine to get reading of proper weight and placement to balance wheels.
  • Put on/remove tires off wheels/rims, balance wheels, rotations.
  • Utilized a computer to balance wheels.
  • Mount and balance wheels/ tires.
  • 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
  • Fix flats, change new tires, balance wheels, stock, clean.Rehire for Osmose Utilities.
  • Mount and Dismount tires of all sizes from golf carts to O.T.R , Balance wheels , Flat repairs
  • Tire delivery'sChange tiresFix flatsBalance wheelsOil change
  • 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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13. Lug Wrenches

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Here's how Lug Wrenches is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Removed wheels from vehicles using lug wrenches, crow bars or other hand & power tools.
  • Unbolt wheels from vehicles and remove them, using lug wrenches and other hand and power tools.
  • Tire Man Remounted wheels onto 18-Wheelers Unbolted and removed wheels from vehicles, using lug wrenches and other power tools.
  • Unbolt wheels from vehicles and remove them, using lug wrenches and other hand and power tools.
  • Unbolt wheels from vehicles and remove them, using lug wrenches and other hand and power tools.
  • Removed wheels from vehicles by using lug wrenches, hand tools or power tools.

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14. Mount Tires

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Here's how Mount Tires is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Mount and dismount tires, performs vehicles inspections as required, Maintains equipment and vehicles in good working condition.
  • Mount and dismount tires, tire repair, inspect the yard, inspect tire for irregular ware.
  • Mount and dismount tires, operate test machines, balance, repair all while following safety standards.
  • Balance, mount, dismount tires for passengers light trucks, medium trucks and agriculture applications.
  • Install and mount tires, organize and sort tires and other items in the shop.
  • Mount and dismount tires, balance, rotate, change tractor trailer and small engine tires
  • Mount and dismount tires, balance tires and preform plug and patch jobs on tires.
  • Mount tires, Balance and Install back on the car also do rotations as well.
  • Mount and dismount tires make sure my job was well performed and very professional.
  • Walk through on trailer pm inspections, mount/dismount tires, patch and plug tires.
  • Mount, Dismount tires, Balance tires, provide customer service when need.
  • Mount and dismount tires if needed, as well balancing the steer tires.
  • Repair flats, mount/dismount tires, rotate tires, and/or balance tires.
  • Job skills include being able to dismount and mount tires on rims.
  • Mount and dismount tires, in charge of rotations and balancing tires.
  • Put stock in correct location mount or dismount tires if necessary.
  • Mount and dismount tires, Balance and repair tires as needed
  • Mount and dismount tires, as well as inside patches.
  • Mount and dismount tires on standard and reverse mount wheels.
  • Mount and dismount tires, and replace stock as needed.

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15. Final Inspection

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Here's how Final Inspection is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Run AZ machine and work final inspection.
  • Load and unload curing chambers or molds Conduct final inspection of retreaded tires.

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16. 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
  • Drained and replaced spent motor oil, oil filter, air filter, and lubed chassis.
  • Installed and repaired tires, also did part work as lube tech on side.
  • Serviced vehicles with tires and lube services including finding tire damage and problems.
  • Worked on automobiles as a lube tech mechanic and handled minor engine repairs.
  • Tire technician, lube technician, brakes, shocks, and alignments.
  • Changed oil and filters; lubed chassis; checked and topped-off fluids.
  • Promoted to supervisor and responsible for all outside tire and lube techs.
  • Change oil, lube and inspect chassis and drive train components.
  • Tire Service Center* Operates equipment & installs tires* Lube and automotive maintenance
  • Master Tire Technician; Lube Technician; tool and inventory management.
  • Completed Lube Oil Filter changes in a quick efficient manner.
  • Used a grease gun to lube the vehicle Cable Technician
  • Tire Technician/Lube Technician, as well as Sales Associate.
  • Change and rotate tires* Do lube jobs* Change oil
  • Changed oil, filter, and lubed fittings.
  • Oil changes/Lubes on passenger vehicles.
  • Light duty vehicle lube technician.
  • Oil lube and filter service.
  • Completed tire and lube services.

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17. Tire Machine

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Here's how Tire Machine is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Worked safely in all aspects of tire machine operation and tire tools to ensure proper vehicle operation to assure workplace safety.
  • 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.
  • Removed and installed tires with a Coats tire machine, repaired tires, and balanced tires.
  • Use tire machine to either remove the old rubber tire or mount a new one.
  • Install tires, costumer service, sales, use tire machines and vehicle hoist.
  • Worked with tire machines and pneumatic tools to perform maintenance on tires.
  • Worked with hydraulic jacks, oil machines, and tire machines.
  • Operate a tire machine, balance, repair and rotate.
  • Mount and Balance Tire - Use of tire machinery - Alignments
  • Cleaned tools, tire machine, and work area.
  • Changed tires using tire machine and other heavy equipment.
  • Mount and dismount tires using a tire machine.
  • Operate tire machine and repair or replace tires.
  • Operate and maintain various types of tire machines.
  • Utilized power tools and tire machines.
  • Air tools and tire machines.
  • Operated tire changers and tire machines
  • initial tire inspector, skiving tires, and also ran the AZ tire machine
  • Worked on tire machine an compressor when they went down.

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18. 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.

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19. Tire Pressure

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Here's how Tire Pressure is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Tire pressure, fluid check, customer service, ticket writing and managed for two weeks while boss was on vacation.
  • Used problem solving skills to identify and repair tire pressure lines when holes in the lines resulted in loss of functionality.
  • Changed and rotated tires, checked tire pressure, changed oil, and test drove vehicles to check for issues.
  • Prepare tires for NASCAR teams by mounting race tires onto wheels, adjusting tire pressure to NASCAR specifications and balancing.
  • Serviced vehicles for rotations, balancing, flat repairs, mounting new tires and installation of Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems.
  • Changed tires and maintained correct tire pressure in the tires* Changed oil and other fluid in customer's vehicles.
  • Remount the wheels, torque the lug nuts to correct specification then reset the tire pressure sensors accordingly.
  • Conducted duties on shop floors, such as repair mounting and dismounting, balancing and tire pressure.
  • 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.
  • Mounted and dis-mounted tires, fixed flat and leaking tires and replaced tire pressure monitors.
  • Acquire tire temperatures, tire pressures, and tire data during all on track activity.
  • Examined belts, hoses, tire pressure, entire undercarriage, and engine for leaks.
  • Check Tire pressure, fill tires with air or nitrogen depending on the customers choice.
  • Check customers tire pressure ensuring they have the correct amount of air in their tires.
  • Performed tire inspections to determine longevity and check tire pressure (PSI).
  • Changed tires, checked tire pressure; performed tire maintenance; installed batteries.
  • Checked vehicle tire pressure, tire rotation, keeper shop clean etc.
  • Work involved balancing, changing, checking tire pressure and rotating tires.
  • Repaired Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems, and patched and plugged flat tires.

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20. Road Service

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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
  • Perform road service duties such as mounting, dismounting, balancing, repairing and inspecting of all truck tires.
  • Inspect, repair and maintain all tires and tubes on city units; perform road services as required.
  • Perform road service duties as needed and duties other than those specified in this description as needed.
  • Change tires, maintenance work, help assist store needs, cleaning, road service.
  • Tire repair, road service technician, minor maintenance on tractor and trailer.
  • 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.
  • Repaired or replaced commercial tires for fleet services and road services
  • Perform road service when needed on a daily bases.
  • Perform road service duties as needed.
  • Started road service following high school.
  • Perform tire service in the shop, road service, fleet service, & after Hrs.
  • Repair or replace commercial tiresFleet cheeks Road service experience
  • Complete paperwork and phone calls from customers and collect payment Perform road service for vehicles broken down on road
  • Remove and replace Truck and Off Road Tires as needed,provide Road Service for Area Companies
  • Perform tire service on tractor-trailers, either onsite or on an emergency road service call.
  • Test drive customer vehicles and company vehicles as needed Perform road service duties as needed.
  • tire tech and road service tech, also performed some secretary work.
  • Change tires on 18 wheelers, Road service.

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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.
  • 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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22. Different Positions

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Here's how Different Positions is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Rotate tires to different positions on vehicles, using hand tools.

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23. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Perform Preventative Maintenance on Heavy Machinery which consisted of maintaining all fluid levels.
  • Provided preventative maintenance by inspecting tractor trailer tires for safety.
  • Complete daily preventative maintenance on facility and equipment.
  • Mounted and balanced tires & Automotive Preventative Maintenance.
  • Performed preventative maintenance for all equipment.
  • Perform daily routine Preventative Maintenance, Inspections, rotations, balancing, and repairs on commercial and personal vehicles.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and oil changes by operating with tools, machinery, and computerized systems.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on vehicles to include oil changes, light bulb replacement, and tire repair/replacement
  • Assist with engine, power train, and brake repairs and preventative maintenance.
  • Changed tires on the side of the road* Preventative maintenance- oil changes* Stocked parts
  • 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.
  • Coordinated preventative maintenance on existing and new production equipment,including routine calibration.
  • 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.
  • Trash, showers and bathrooms, and parking lot) I also oversaw equipment repair and preventative maintenance.
  • Conducted preventative maintenance on fleet of fifteen OTR trucks (lube, oil, filter, etc.
  • Performed Preventative Maintenance & repair on customers vehicle some small brakes, Tires & Alignment.
  • Perform regular preventative maintenance on vehicles Replace oil, filters, rims, and tires

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24. Tractor Trailers

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Here's how Tractor Trailers is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Serviced, replaced and repair tires for personal vehicles, heavy equipment and tractor trailers on location or in the shop.
  • Inspected, repaired and replaced tires for a variety of vehicles including heavy equipment, personal vehicles, and tractor trailers.
  • 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.
  • Change and repair tires ranging from passenger to tractor trailers, on the road and at the shop.
  • Oil and Tire changer, Tire repairs, alignments on cars trucks and tractor trailers, brake work.
  • Tire service changer on tractor trailers and semis down to vans between places like FedEx to prime source
  • Perform tire repairs and replacements on heavy equipment, farm tractors, and tractor trailers.
  • 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
  • Tire service for cars, light trucks, semi tractor trailers.
  • Operated fork lift to move chemical totes for washing 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.
  • Work done to tractor trailers, dump trucks, skid steers, loaders just to name a few.
  • tire work on tractor trailers, road calls, empty trash from outside cans, etc

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25. Tire Maintenance

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Here's how Tire Maintenance is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Provided basic tire maintenance on tractor-trailers.
  • Assisted customers by offering a variety of tire maintenance as well as offering better products to use on their automobiles.
  • Handled tire maintenance such as; puncture patches, tire rotation, tire balancing, and complete tire changes.
  • Tire maintenance* Tire and wheel repair/ replacement*Tune up and Oil changes* Maintaining the shop / cleaning and stocking* Sales
  • Requisition all necessary materials and equipment needed to perform tire maintenance, repair and replacement of tires.
  • Service coordinator and Trainer -Sales and inventory -Tire maintenance and repair -Installation of new tires and wheels
  • Educated customers on tire maintenance and what to look for when it comes to proper wear.
  • Tire Technician - Preformed basic tire maintenance including mounting, balancing, rotation and flat repairs.
  • Handle all tire maintenance, dismounting, mounting and balance of all truck tires.
  • Work tire maintenance on vehicles, using many machines and tools to complete work.
  • Provide quality tire maintenance and expertise working high power tools under critical working conditions.
  • Performed tire maintenance including, rotating, replacing, mounting, and balancing.
  • Maintained shop cleanliness and used torque and calibration tools to perform tire maintenance.
  • Explain the importance of proper tire maintenance and ups hold other services.
  • Repair tires/put new tires on, inventory, and tire maintenance.
  • Tire maintenance, repair or replacement on all types of vehicles.
  • Replace car batteries and operate special machinery for tire maintenance.
  • Inventory organization as well as repair and tire maintenance.
  • Perform tire maintenance and installation of new tires.
  • Tire Maintenance and tire care.

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26. Air Pressure

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Here's how Air Pressure is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Mount rotate and change tires on various vehicle's in addition to mounting rims checking air pressure and fixing flat tires
  • Provide basic detailing for vehicles such as; vacuuming, cleaning windows and, maintaining manufacturer recommended air pressures.
  • Job duties included oil changes, wiper blade changes and tire rotation and air pressure adjustments on vehicles.
  • Attach new valve stem, mount new tires on wheels, fill tire to appropriate air pressure.
  • Maintained adequate air pressure in mounted tires, repaired tires, and pulled tires off rims.
  • Remove and install tire on assembly, and air them up to the proper air pressure.
  • Mount and dismount, repaired, and checked air pressure of tires according to safety standards.
  • Performed routine maintenance on vehicles such as rotate and balance tires and air pressure checks.
  • Managed tire inventory, shipping/receiving, changed/repaired tires, and checked air pressure for customers
  • Tire Installation *Customer Service *Light Maintenance *Tire technician *air pressure checks *tire rotation *Pick/receive tires
  • Mount and dismount, air pressure checks, balancing, tire rotation and flat repairs
  • Make sure Tires are properly torqued to the right amount of air pressure.
  • Rotate and Balance Tires Checked Air Pressures in Tires Repaired and Changed deflated Tires
  • Checked air pressure of tires, lubricate moving parts with specified lubricants.
  • Mount, dismount, repair; check air pressure to safety standards.
  • Replaced tires on vehicles - Checked air pressure - Balanced Tires
  • Checked tires for proper air pressure using a tire gauge.
  • Inflated tires to correct air pressure based on tire size.
  • Mount race tires onto rim and apply air pressure.
  • Check and adjust air pressure in tires.

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27. Air Bubbles

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Here's how Air Bubbles is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Locate punctures in tubeless tires by visual inspection or by immersing inflated tires in water baths and observing air bubbles.
  • Locate punctures in tubeless tires by visual inspection or by immersing inflated tires in water baths and observing air bubbles.
  • Locate punctures in tubeless tires by visual inspection or by immersing inflated tires in water baths and observing air bubbles.
  • Located punctures in tubeless tires by visual inspection or by immersing inflated tires in water baths and observing air bubbles.
  • Locate punctures in tubeless tires by visual inspection or by immersing inflated tires in water baths and observing air bubbles.

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28. Heavy Equipment

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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.
  • Install tires; mount and balance anything from passenger to heavy equipment, fix flat tires, and perform oil changes
  • Tire Installation using specific training procedures to heavy equipment to properly and safely install new tires onto rims and vehicles.
  • Mount and install tires on vehicles such as cars, trucks and at times heavy equipment and farm tractors.
  • Completed service and after hours calls, operated heavy equipment, performed repair services on heavy equipment and trucks.
  • Assist stranded commercial trucks, heavy equipment trucks day and night along the MS Gulf Coast.
  • Perform highly skilled and complex mechanical repairs on both light and heavy equipment.
  • Serviced 3-4 heavy equipment tires and 8-10 semi-truck tires on a daily basis.
  • Inspected and repaired the tires and lubrication of many types of 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.
  • Change and repair truck and heavy equipment tires.
  • Change tires from wheel barrels to heavy equipment.
  • Provide tire service on semis and heavy equipment.
  • Change semi and heavy equipment tires.
  • Mounted and dismounted heavy equipment tires.
  • Remove and install passenger and heavy equipment tires.Fixed customer flats.
  • Completed on-road tire services for commercial and heavy equipment

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29. 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.
  • Apply rubber cement to buffed tire casings prior to vulcanization process.
  • Inspect tire casings for defects, such as holes or tears.
  • Glued tire patches over ruptures in tire casings with rubber cement.
  • 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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30. OLD Tires

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Here's how OLD Tires is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Remove old tires and dispose of them, Install new tires, change customers oil, and give full vehicle inspections.
  • Drive truck doing route delivery to customers to drop off orders and pick up old tires for repair or retread.
  • Repair or replace damaged or old tires on various cars, trucks, road tractors, and farm equipment.
  • Job duties: Remove old tires and install new tires on rims, balance and remount on vehicle.
  • Replaced tires, expert flat repair and tire inspections, managed the bays and teams, sold tires.
  • Change out old tires with new ones, balance and rotate wheels on vehicle and repair flat tires.
  • Answered phone, took care of walk-in customers, sold tires, assisted customers in every way.
  • Fix repair flats rotate and balance tires take off old tires from the wheel and put new tires
  • Mount and balance new tires, Replace old tires with new ones, Repair flat tires.
  • Replaced worn old tires, also repaired leaking tires and tires with repairable holes.
  • Tire repair, tube repair, Mounting new tires, dismount old tires.
  • Installed new tires and rims, fixed flats, disposed of old tires.
  • Unload new tires from the delivery truck, stack old tires for pickup.
  • Bag and save old tires for customer's if they wanted keep them.
  • Replaced old tires with new one or fixed them if it was possible.
  • Managed sales counter, Sold tires, Managed Gasoline Island and sales.
  • Replaced and mounted new tires, changed and balanced old tires.
  • Dismounted old tires from the rims and installing the new ones.
  • Dismounted old tires and remounted new tires to the same rim.
  • Loaded old tires and unloaded, processed and warehoused new tires.

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31. FIX Flats

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Here's how FIX Flats is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Mount, dismount, and fix flats for forklift tires and heavy machinery tires as needed.
  • Exchange tires, fix flats, inspect the condition of customer's tires.
  • Rotate and balance tires, fix flats, restore headlights, change batteries.
  • Fix flats, retread, and dispose of tires in designated locations.
  • Mount and balance tires order and sale tires fix flats and such
  • Fix flats, balance, mount dis mount new and used tires
  • Perform fleet checks, Fix flats or replace tires as needed.
  • Fix flats and light duty mechanic like disk breaks and oil changes
  • Repair cars, fix flats, repair heavy truck tires
  • Mount and balance tires, fix flats, adjust sensors
  • Fix flats and inspect tires for customer safety.
  • Rotate tires, install new tires and fix flats
  • Change Tires* Fix Flats* Oil Changes * Brake Jobs
  • Fix flats and properly deal them.
  • Changed tires fix flats minor mechanic work
  • Change tires, fix flats, sell new tires, use pneumatic air gun to put studs in tires.
  • Use impact gun to remove bolts to be able to work on the tire, fix flats.
  • Well I dismounted and mount tire's, fix flats, balance and rotate them.
  • Fix flats, change tires, and put new wheels on.
  • Change and balance tires, fix flats and change oil.

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32. Tire Sales

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Here's how Tire Sales is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Provide Costco members with excellent service in a fast paced environment through Tire Sales, Installation, Rotation, and Repair.
  • Served customers of the truck stop with new tire sales, installation of tires, rotated and balanced, and repairs.
  • Tire Sales and Service, Sale, Removal, and Replacement of tires up to but not limited to Commercial vehicles.
  • Oil changes, tire repair, new tire sales, battery installments, wiper blade installments and sales
  • Serviced and repair vehicles and trucks, also I worked on tire repairs & tire sales.
  • Included tire sales, battery sales, inventory, front desk operations, and tire installation.
  • Improved shop ranking in special order tire sales to 7th throughout entire company.
  • Tire Technician and Tire sales, maintained work cleanliness and a good work environment
  • Tire Sales and customer assistance in proper choice and tire safety.
  • Assisted customers with tire sales/selection both on-site and by phone.
  • Job Description: Repair, rotations, and tire sales.
  • Tire Repair, Diesel and Gas Engine Mechanic, Tire Sales
  • Managed all high end clientele vehicle care and tire sales
  • Dismounted and balanced tires as well as tire sales
  • Full service tire sales and installation agent.
  • Used tire sales to customers.
  • Price and perform tire sales.
  • Tire sales, maintenance and repair
  • Negotiated tire sales with customers.
  • Tire Sales -Inventory manager of tires

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33. Tire Inventory

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Here's how Tire Inventory is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Improved organizational skills through managing tire inventory.
  • Help monitor the tire inventory, Maintain and secure the tire warehouse, as well as keep it neat and clean.
  • Perform routine housekeeping duties related to tire inventory, tools, shop and work areas.
  • Truck and hydraulic mechanic and builder, warehouse manager, OTR tire inventory supervisor.
  • Maintain and secure tire inventory and tire equipment to ensure safe working order.
  • Tire technician, rotated the tires, maintain and cleaned the tire inventory.
  • Tire inventory, pull tire orders and assist customers with tire replacement.
  • Organized tire inventory, tools, productive and cleaning supplies.
  • Stack tire inventory in warehouse by Size and brand.
  • Check in, code and tag all tire inventory.
  • Complete tire inventory at the end of each month.
  • Controlled a clean and well kept tire inventory.
  • Receive tire inventory and shop supplies.
  • Keep tire inventory and tire ordering.
  • Ordered and maintained the tire inventory.
  • Performed tire inventory, lifting approx.
  • Help monitor the tire inventory.
  • Assisted with tire inventory when needed
  • remove or replace worn out tires with new, help put away and organize tire inventory.
  • Check in, code and tagall tire inventory.

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34. 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.
  • Tire installation, flat repairs, balances, rotations, inventory stock, maintain clean shop, customer service
  • Stack scrap tires, write tires into inventory and clean shop with any free time available.
  • Serviced tires from small car to large tractor tires, ran parts, welding, clean shop
  • Change Tires, Balance Tires, Safety Emissions, Clean Shop Regularly.
  • Give tire rotation and balancing, clean shop as needed and inventory.
  • Tire tech, light maintenance on semi truck, steam clean shop
  • 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.
  • Maintained a clean shop and store side bathrooms.
  • Clean shop and help other mechanics when needed.
  • Put away stock and maintained a clean shop.
  • Changed tires Put away new inventory Clean shop
  • Maintain clean shop and company vehicle.
  • Organize and clean shop space.
  • Load scrap truck, clean shop, showroom, restrooms, and waiting room, take out trash.
  • Balance tires, clean shop, worked till, took tow calls, repaired tires,
  • Clean shop at end of day.
  • clean shop using buffer high pressure steamer.cleaning oil and grease off of shop floor.

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35. 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.
  • Travel on road calls alone with company truck (1-200 miles) to repair or change out tires.
  • 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.
  • Go on road calls to change tires or make repairs.
  • Install, balance and do on road calls on semi-trucks.
  • Preform required Tire maintenance in shop and road calls.
  • Tire repairs or replacement and Road Calls for Repairs.
  • Tire change and repair; farm equipment road calls
  • Go on road calls for various mechanical issues.
  • Drive service trucks to perform road calls.
  • Complete tire services on road calls.
  • Answer road calls and maintain lot.
  • Changed truck tires and done road calls
  • Tire tech road calls inventory in shop

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36. 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.
  • Communicated effectively with customers regarding future vehicle maintenance.
  • Diagnosed and repaired vehicle maintenance and mechanical issues.
  • Tire inspections/repair and mechanical vehicle maintenance.
  • Perform alignments, front end repair, brakes, shocks, struts, flushes, and other vehicle maintenance and repair.
  • 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.
  • Trained as crew chief and led up to 4 employees, assisting in vehicle maintenance.
  • Direct customer service facing job when it comes to tire sales and vehicle maintenance.
  • Changed tires, made sure tires had proper balance, vehicle maintenance, oil changes
  • Inspect, rotate, and change tires- Oil changes and other routine vehicle maintenance
  • Tire repair and installation, customer support, shop maintenance, vehicle maintenance.
  • Mount, balance, repair and replace tires, perform basic vehicle maintenance.
  • Performed oil changes, tire repairs and tire changes, vehicle maintenance.
  • Learn the use of heavy machinery to aid with specific vehicle maintenance.
  • Replace and repair tires, oil changes, brakes and vehicle maintenance inspection
  • General vehicle maintenance including tire, battery, and oil services.
  • Light vehicle maintenance, tire change, put away tire stock.
  • Changed oil and executed other duties related to vehicle maintenance.
  • Wheel and tire installation, repossessions, and minor vehicle maintenance

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37. OTR

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Here's how OTR is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Installed and repaired auto, light truck, semi tractor, farm, and OTR tires.
  • Install, repaired, balance, and rotated tires for OTR and commercial vehicles.
  • Change commercial tractor trailer tires, farm tractor tires, OTR tires.
  • Repair OTR tires from small spots to full section with patches and retreading
  • 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.
  • Repaired and replaced 18 Wheeler and other OTR tires.
  • Use forklift to receive OTR tire shipments.
  • Boom operator & OTR work.
  • Moved into an OTR tire Truck in 2002.
  • Repair giant size OTR tires.
  • Job Description: OTR tire tech, commercial and AG tire tech, help around the shop when neededSalary: $18/HR
  • 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.
  • install and repair tires for cars, trucks, and off-the-road (OTR).
  • 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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38. Tpms

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Here's how Tpms is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Tire ServicesNitrogen InflationWheel AlignmentTPMS SystemTire BalancingTire RotationFlat Tire RepairFleet Service
  • Performed all tire servicing jobs to include mounting, dismounting, balancing, repairing and TPMS diagnosing.
  • Mounted, dismounted, balanced, patched and stocked tires, as well as rebuilding TPMS
  • 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.
  • Maintained TPMS systems on cars and trucks.
  • Reset TPMS sensors to state safety standards.
  • Repair, installation, and TPMS installation.
  • Scan and reset TPMS systems.
  • Changed tires and 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.
  • Programmed tpms sensor's, flat repairs and quick services.
  • install and reset TPMS tire sensor's.
  • Tire changing, flat repairs, tire balance, plus sizing wheels and tire, tpms service.
  • Mounted and balanced tires Used jacks to lift vehicles Rebuilt TPMS

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39. 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.
  • Change tires *Inventory control *Customer Service Specialist *Warehouse Assistant *Grounds keeper
  • Inventory Control, and also provided facility maintenance.
  • Inventory control and inventory documentation of products.
  • Assist in performing Inventory Control Accurately.
  • Order and maintained effective inventory control.
  • Inventory control, Management experience.
  • Job duties included tire tech, Training, stocking cash handling customer service, Inventory Control, and maintenance.
  • Worked on Inventory Control Team to give suggestions and ideas on how to reduce shrinkage and loss.
  • Assisted with inventory control processes such as ordering, receiving, and documentation of all incoming stock.
  • 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.
  • Worked with associate evaluations, coaching for improvement and inventory control to drive department sales.
  • Inventory control: supervision of supply orders, storage, and accessibility of items.
  • Route delivery driver, Shipping & Receiving utilizing FIFO inventory control.
  • Performed inventory control and filled customer orders at Portsmouth store.
  • Organized and maintained bay area; assisted with inventory control.
  • Inventory control and input of sales into Quick Books.
  • Take customer's orders, Inventory Control.

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40. 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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41. Car Tires

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Here's how Car Tires is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Service Truck driver change big Truck tires car tires and equipment tires also do oil changes and shop work
  • Repaired and replace passenger car tires; farm equipment and on/off road vehicles, when needed.
  • Mount and dismount truck and car tires, building, inspecting and buffing truck tires.
  • Job functions: customer service, change car tires and batteries, repair flat tires.
  • Fixed semi-trailers and car tires, tire patching, balancing, and clamp truck operation.
  • Serviced and repaired semi and car tires, drove a service truck, and helped customers
  • Inspected, rotated, balanced and installed light duty truck and passenger car tires.
  • Followed the rules of charts to accurately torque different kinds of car tires.
  • Inflated car tires for customers that needed it from time to time.
  • Service calls change tires in shop balance them change cop car tires
  • Replaced, serviced and repaired light truck and passenger car tires.
  • Mount, dismount and balance truck and passenger car tires.
  • Changed oil in cars as well as car tires.
  • Changed and fix car tires as well stock
  • Change all different types of car tires.
  • Changed truck and car tires.
  • Repaired and changed car tires.
  • Mount, dismount & balance car tires.
  • Change Truck and Car tires, do mechanical work on vehicles Completed my Tire Industry Association Certification and PA Inspection License testing
  • Fix or replace damaged tires on tractors and tractor equipment, passenger car tires, semi truck tires.

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42. 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.
  • Performed tire mounting and balancing, including custom wheels and low profile tires utilizing tire monitoring systems.
  • 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.
  • Learned how to do custom wheels.
  • Set up custom wheels and tires.
  • Test fit and install custom wheels.
  • Installed custom wheels and replaced tires.
  • 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

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43. Vehicle Inspections

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Here's how Vehicle Inspections is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Reported individual vehicle inspections and requirements to supervising and technician team.
  • Changed fluids and performing vehicle inspections to ensure customer satisfaction.
  • Conducted full vehicle inspections along with performing numerous mechanical duties.
  • Provided roadside assistance, installed and repaired tires, assisted mechanics, performed state vehicle inspections, sales and service.
  • Changed and repaired tires * Performed vehicle inspections * Provided miscellaneous vehicle services * Completed other services as needed
  • Brake jobs/alignments/tune-ups *Sales & service of tires *Vehicle inspections & repair recommendations *Scheduling of vehicle service for shop
  • Performed vehicle inspections; changed oil on cars and trucks.
  • Performed vehicle inspections including lights, windshield, and blades.
  • Conduct vehicle inspections for the state of Texas.
  • Complete vehicle inspections, brake inspections etc.
  • Performed vehicle inspections and oil change.
  • perform basic automotive services including mounting and balancing tires, tire repairs, oil changes, vehicle inspections
  • Performed tire maintenance such as, rotating and balancing tires Completed alignments and full vehicle inspections
  • Performed oil changes and maintenance on vehicles.Rotated, balanced, and installed new tires.Assisted mechanic with vehicle inspections and repairs.
  • Perform vehicle inspections on small passenger cars, large semis, busses, to larget combine and versatile tires.
  • Handled vehicle inspections on all vehicles Mounted, balanced and rotated tires Changed oil and replaced filters Inspected brakes and repair

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44. Machine Shop

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Here's how Machine Shop is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Utilize forklift to move tore down wheel motors to and from wash area or machine shop.

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45. Stock Tires

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Here's how Stock Tires is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Change tires with mounts, balances, stud tires when needed, stock tires and other duties as assigned.
  • Tire technician rotate balance tires fix flats stock and restock tires Drive customers car into the shop.
  • Restock tires, did oil changes, tire installations, rotations, balancing and tire repairs.
  • Maintain inventory as well as stock tires, shocks, rotors, and weights.
  • Stock tires, batteries & oil filters to ensure proper inventory.
  • Inspect tires- Mount and dismount tires- Stock tires- Rotating tires on vehicle
  • Know how to stock tires by rim size/tire size.
  • Stock Tires According Sizes And Tires Off Merchandise Truck.
  • Run cash register and restock tires once a week.
  • Helped stock tires and other inventory items.
  • Change tires on customers vehicles, stock tires
  • Changed tires clean shop stock tires
  • Maintain service and stock tires.
  • Stock tires and unload them.
  • Organize and keep stock tires.
  • Unload tires, Stock tires, Fix tires, Use tire mount machine and some mechanic work.
  • Change tires, unload truck, stock tires, calibrate machines, clean up shop.
  • Clean shop, stock tires, and get tires ready for dump pick up.
  • Change tires, repair tires, stock tires and clean work station.
  • Clean up the shop , load and offload tire containers stock tires on shelves in tire size...

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46. Patch Tires

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Here's how Patch Tires is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Patch tires, inspect wear patterns, and ensure that tires are correctly inflated and properly replaced on the vehicle.
  • Bring cars in, jack the car up, place jack stands, remove/install/rotate/ patch tires,
  • Performed repair tasks on plug or patch tires in accordance with the company's policy.
  • Change, fix, and patch tires, and cleaned rims, customer service
  • Mount and dismount tires, repair and patch tires replace batteries and headlights
  • Oil change, tire change, computerized diagnostic and plug/patch tires.
  • Help change tires jack cars up plug tires patch tires
  • Replace or patch tires, apply tire weights
  • Patch tires, inspect wear patterns.
  • Patch tires and fix leaking rims.
  • Rotate and balance tires, patch tires, Oil changes, and mount tires onto cars, trucks
  • Change, rotate, patch tires, and change the oil in customer vehicles.
  • Trained on the job to change, rotate, balance and patch tires.
  • Mount, dismount, balance, stack and patch tires.
  • Patch tires, clean shop, and showrooms.
  • Air, rotate, and patch tires.
  • mount and balance tires, repair and patch tires.
  • Tire maintenance, mount/unmount, plug/patch tires.
  • Change,rotate,balance and patch tires
  • Balance tires, plug and patch tires with 1 or 2 piece patch.

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47. Proper Size

low Demand
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.
  • Identified proper size and make of tire, removed from inventory, and installed on customer vehicle.
  • Tire technicians, also called tire repairers, identify and inflate tires correctly for the proper size.
  • Identified and inflated tires correctly for the proper size, according to ONET Center.
  • Identified and inflated tires correctly for its proper size and specific vehicle.
  • Diagnose the proper size, right speed rating for customers' cars.
  • 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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48. General Maintenance

low Demand
Here's how General Maintenance is used in Tire Technician jobs:
  • Performed general maintenance and customer service duties.
  • General maintenance on all vehicles as well as alignments, oil changes, rotations and mounting and balancing of all tires.
  • Tire installations, maintained shop equipment and tools, checked cars for general maintenance requirements including steering, suspension, and brakes
  • Tire repair and replacement, oil/fluid changes, general maintenance, tire delivery and order pick up.
  • Perform general maintenance on automobiles and trucks that include gas and diesel engines and transmissions.
  • General maintenance around the location that included cleaning and restocking of the station.
  • General maintenance such as oil changes, oil and air filters.
  • General Maintenance * Tires * Fluids * Inspections
  • Preformed oil changes and general maintenance.
  • General maintenanceMount and Balance TiresEngine Repair Replace bad parts
  • general maintenance cleaning.the ability to restock parts.
  • tire installation, general maintenance and repair
  • Tire service and repair, Tire sales, Roadside assist, General maintenance, Ground keep.
  • Operated a tire changing machine General maintenance and repair to machines Inventory pulling
  • Changed tires and wheels.Kept inventory for store.General maintenance
  • Handled multi-bay vehicle inspections Rotated, balanced and changed difference assortments of tires General maintenance
  • General maintenance on all equipment.AccomplishmentsI started off having never worked on tires before , and know I love tires .
  • General Maintenance Technican Opened and closed the shop Performed oil changes Changed tires
  • Replaced tires Repaired tires General inspection of tires Tire balance and alignment Oil changes General maintenance of cars/trucks

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49. Passenger Vehicles

low Demand
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.
  • Repaired or installed tires on passenger vehicles, semi tractors, and small equipment.
  • 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.
  • Mount and dismount tires and service on commercial and passenger vehicles
  • Balance wheels on passenger vehicles and heavy duty semi trucks.
  • Changed tires on all makes and models of passenger vehicles.
  • Tire removal, installation, and repair for passenger vehicles.
  • Performed oil changes and other miscellaneous tasks on passenger vehicles.
  • Change tires on semis and passenger vehicles
  • Dismounted/remounted and balanced tires on passenger vehicles and light trucks Stocked tires according to sizes and grades
  • Change wheels on semi's and agricultural machinery, passenger vehicles and light duty trucks.
  • Repair and or replace bearings,transmission and all aspects of passenger vehicles.
  • work on passenger vehicles, light duty pickups, buses and semi trucks.
  • Change tires on passenger vehicles, and light trucks Trained new employees

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20 Most Common Skill for a Tire Technician

Tire Rotations24.7%
Customer Service16.7%
Customer Vehicles13.3%
Safety Procedures8.3%
Semi Tires3.7%
Hand Tools3.4%
Light Truck Tires3.1%
Service Calls2.8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Tire Technician

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Tire Rotations
Tire Rotations
18.8%
18.8%
2
2
Customer Service
Customer Service
12.7%
12.7%
3
3
Customer Vehicles
Customer Vehicles
10.2%
10.2%
4
4
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
6.4%
6.4%
5
5
Semi Tires
Semi Tires
2.8%
2.8%
6
6
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
2.6%
2.6%
7
7
Light Truck Tires
Light Truck Tires
2.4%
2.4%
8
8
Service Calls
Service Calls
2.2%
2.2%
9
9
Hydraulic Jacks
Hydraulic Jacks
2.1%
2.1%
10
10
Tubeless Tires
Tubeless Tires
1.9%
1.9%
11
11
Service Truck
Service Truck
1.8%
1.8%
12
12
Balance Wheels
Balance Wheels
1.7%
1.7%
13
13
Lug Wrenches
Lug Wrenches
1.5%
1.5%
14
14
Mount Tires
Mount Tires
1.5%
1.5%
15
15
Final Inspection
Final Inspection
1.5%
1.5%
16
16
Lube
Lube
1.3%
1.3%
17
17
Tire Machine
Tire Machine
1.3%
1.3%
18
18
Water Baths
Water Baths
1.3%
1.3%
19
19
Tire Pressure
Tire Pressure
1.2%
1.2%
20
20
Road Service
Road Service
1.1%
1.1%
21
21
Place Wheels
Place Wheels
1.1%
1.1%
22
22
Different Positions
Different Positions
1.1%
1.1%
23
23
Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
1.1%
1.1%
24
24
Tractor Trailers
Tractor Trailers
1.1%
1.1%
25
25
Tire Maintenance
Tire Maintenance
1%
1%
26
26
Air Pressure
Air Pressure
1%
1%
27
27
Air Bubbles
Air Bubbles
1%
1%
28
28
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
1%
1%
29
29
Tire Casings
Tire Casings
1%
1%
30
30
OLD Tires
OLD Tires
1%
1%
31
31
FIX Flats
FIX Flats
0.9%
0.9%
32
32
Tire Sales
Tire Sales
0.9%
0.9%
33
33
Tire Inventory
Tire Inventory
0.9%
0.9%
34
34
Clean Shop
Clean Shop
0.9%
0.9%
35
35
Road Calls
Road Calls
0.8%
0.8%
36
36
Vehicle Maintenance
Vehicle Maintenance
0.8%
0.8%
37
37
OTR
OTR
0.8%
0.8%
38
38
Tpms
Tpms
0.8%
0.8%
39
39
Inventory Control
Inventory Control
0.8%
0.8%
40
40
Rubber Plugs
Rubber Plugs
0.8%
0.8%
41
41
Car Tires
Car Tires
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Custom Wheels
Custom Wheels
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Vehicle Inspections
Vehicle Inspections
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Machine Shop
Machine Shop
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Stock Tires
Stock Tires
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Patch Tires
Patch Tires
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Proper Size
Proper Size
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
General Maintenance
General Maintenance
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Passenger Vehicles
Passenger Vehicles
0.5%
0.5%

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