• Michelin Tire Brand

    Incorporated in 1888, founding brothers Édouard and André Michelin started the Michelin Rubber Factory in Paris, France. The small Rubber Company has now grown into the world largest tire manufacturer. The first MICHELIN® Radial tire was introduced in 1946, titled the X Tire.

  • BFGoodrich Tire Brand

    Known for being "The everyday tire with performance that's anything but," BFGoodrich® strives to be innovative and deliver products that made a difference in society. BFGoodrich® Tires was founded in 1870 by Dr. Benjamin Franklin Goodrich in Akron, Ohio as the first rubber company in America.

  • Uniroyal Tire Brand

    The United States Rubber Company was originally founded in 1892, as one of twelve original stocks on the Dow Jones Industrial Average. By 1941, The United States Rubber Company bought controlling interest in the Gillette Safety Tire Company, becoming the world's largest supplier of Original Equipment Tires. In 1961 United States Rubber Company changed their name to Uniroyal Inc.

  • Hankook Tire Brand

    Hankook Tire was established in 1941 in Seoul, Korea, and started manufacturing tires in 1942 with just 110,000 tires a year. Presently Hankook Tire is producing 50 million tires a year. In 1962, Hankook made Korean history when they began exporting car tires for the first time.
  • Nexen Tire Brand

    Nexen’s roots come from a brand that was named Heung-A Tire in 1942. This gives Nexen over 60 years of recognition as a leader in the tire industry. North Korea accredited Nexen as being their first tire company, whom began producing tires in 1956.
  • Nitto Tire Brand

    Nitto Tire Brand is “Fuel By Enthusiasts”. The company is known for the tires that are manufactured, but also by the way the Nitto tires perform in races. Whether it is an off-road race, or a drag race, Nitto is sure to deliver. Nitto carries tires for Light Trucks, Street Racing Vehicles, and Competition Drag-Racing Vehicles. Visit www.nittotire.com to see possible tires and customizations.

  • Pirelli Tire Brand

    Giovanni Battista as a telegraph cable manufacturer founded Pirelli & Co. in 1872. In 1890 Pirelli entered the tire industry with the development of their first bicycle tire. In 1901, Pirelli produced their first automobile tire. Pirelli Tire has now become the fifth largest tire manufacturer in the world in terms of sales.

  • Riken Tire Brand

    Riken Tires are developed to offer a balance of performance and control at a reasonable price. Riken designed the Raptor Series with three types: HR, VR, and ZR. The Raptor Series features advanced tread compounds and directional tread patterns to give the tire serious grip on wet and dry surfaces.
  • Yokohama Tire Brand

    The Yokohama Rubber Company, Limited was established in 1917 in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture with a joint investment from Furukawa Electric Company, Ltd. (formerly Yokohama Cable Manufacturing Company, Ltd.) and BFGoodrich. The Yokohama Rubber Company’s head office is located in Tokyo, Japan and has factories and plants in Hiratsuka, Mie, Mishima, Shinshiro, Ibaraki, Onomichi, and Nagano.

© S&S Tire and Auto Service Center

Goodyear/Avondale

800 North Dysart
Avondale, AZ 85338
623-932-3511

Peoria/Sun City

11790 N. 91st. Avenue
Peoria, AZ 85345
623-979-5001

Surprise/Sun City West

13323 West Bell Road
Surprise, AZ 85378
623-975-2475

About Us

S & S Tire and Auto Service Center, is a comprehensive chain of tire and automotive service and repair stores providing tires and services to Peoria & Surprise in Sun City, and Goodyear in Avondale with tires and great service. All of the S&S Tire and Auto Service Centers provide tire services and auto repair services for customers living in or near Peoria AZ, Surprise AZ, Avondale AZ, Sun City AZ, and Sun City West AZ.

We carry the following tire brands: MICHELIN Tires,  Tires from BFGoodrich, and Uniroyal tiresBKT, Carlisle, Galaxy, General, Greenball, GT Radial, Hankook, Hercules, Kumho, Nexen, Nitto, RoadmasterSumitomo, Titan, Toyo And Yokohama.

We provide the following auto repairs: Tires, Wheels, Axle / CV Joint / Driveshaft Repair, Belts and Hoses, Brakes, Cooling System / Radiator, Diesel Engine Systems, Differential Repair, Electric: Electrical and Electronic Systems, Electrical: Starting / Charging / Batteries, Engine: Diagnostics and Performance, Four Wheel Drive Systems, Heating and Air Conditioning, Lube and Oil Change, Nitrogen Inflation, Preventive Maintenance, Steering and Suspension, Towing and Roadside Assistance, Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) and Wheels Alignment.