Committed to providing you excellent service

We’re committed to auto repair and to serving you with quality and value. Bring your car in today for an inspection, and see what our commitment to quality is all about!

We may not be related, but you’ll feel like we’re family.

We offer a ton!

Car Repair & Maintenance Services

We guarantee the quality of our Car Repair & Maintenance Services. At your convenience, you may stop by our shop to have a look at what we offer and talk with one of our technicians. We can do anything from oil changes to engine overhauls!

With over 53 years combined experience in auto repair services, there is little that we cannot handle here at Parma Tire & Automotive.

Includes but not limited to:
Belts Timing & Alternator
4-Wheel Computer Alignment
Computer Diagnostic
Axel Shafts
Computer Spin Balance
ABS Problems
Coolant Flush & Fill
Dashboard Clusters
Brake Flush
Drive Shaft Repair and Balancing
Brake Lines
Door Lock & Ignition Keys
Belts Timing & Alternator
Electrical Diagnostic
Emission Problems
Front End Parts
Fuel Injection Service
Tail Lights
Interior Lights
Intake Gasket
Oil Change:
Regular, Synthetic, Dexius
Power Seats
Parking Brake Cables
Power Windows
Power Antennas
Power Steering Pumps & Lines
Springs Front & Rear Towing
Transmission Fluid Change
Transmission Flush
U Joints
Wheel Cylinders
Water Pumps
Wheel Bearings & Hubs
Wiper Motors / Blades
Check Engine Light
Schedule Appointment
What is ASE?

The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence

ASE, is short for the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence. Since 1972 their independent non-profit organization has worked to improve the quality of vehicle repair and service by testing and certifying automotive professionals.

The tests are no cinch to pass; in fact, usually only two out of every three test takers pass on their first attempt. After passing at least one exam and providing proof of two years of relevant work experience, the test-taker becomes ASE Certified. To remain certified, ASE Certified professionals must be retested every five years.

How to read your tires.

What do those numbers on your tires represent?

The numbers in the tire size refer to its width, aspect ratio, and wheel diameter. "185/75R14" means the tire is 185 mm wide, has an aspect ratio (that is, the width divided by the height) of 75%, and fits on a 14" rim.

"R" means radial tire. They're all radials nowadays. Speed ratings are usually inserted before the "R." The most common speed ratings are HR (good for 130mph), VR (149 mph), and ZR (more than 149 mph).

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