Tires

If you feel like it is time to replace your tires then you should consult with knowledgeable tire specialist to figure out which tires are best for your vehicle. In order to keep your new tires from wearing too quickly, you should get an alignment and wheel balance routinely.
 

 
Save more on plugging flat tires, alignment, or detecting tire problems with affordable Parrish Tire & Service Center in Daphne, Alabama.

Fixing Flat Tires

Is your tire flat? We can take care of that for you. With our tire service, we can plug your tire at a low price.

Tire Repair & Maintenance Services

Keep your tires in good condition with our tire services. If it has to do with tires, we can do it for you! Beyond Flat tire service, we offer tire repairs, tire replacements, tire sales, tire mounting, pressure checks, tire rotation, tire balancing & more!

Honesty Is Our Policy

With Parrish Tire & Auto Service Center, you can count on us for complete sincerity. We tell you honestly if your tire is repairable. If not, our tire shop has a selection of affordable, quality used & new tires available.

 
 
 
Michelin® Tires

MICHELIN® Tires

No one makes tires like MICHELIN®. That's because MICHELIN® recognizes that you need it all from your tires — safety, a comfortable ride, fuel efficiency, grip and control, toughness, and more. Safe, everyday driving demands it. Many of those performances naturally compete, and increasing one tends to decrease another. That's not acceptable at MICHELIN®.


 
 
BFGoodrich® Tires

BFGoodrich® Tires

BFGoodrich®'s performance prowess doesn't stop where the pavement starts. BFGoodrich® street tires have racked up impressive accomplishments over the years — from creating the first street tire to capture the pole position at the 24 Hours of Le Mans to creating an entirely new level of street tires, the extreme performance category. So it's no wonder why top driving schools like Ford Mustang Racing School and Skip Barber High Performance Driving School, use BFGoodrich® tires exclusively.
 
 
 
Uniroyal® Tires

Uniroyal® Tires

Uniroyal® tires are built to traverse any task with ease. Uniroyal® tires deliver outstanding wear and handling at affordable prices. Each tire is high-quality and incredibly dependable. The company constantly pushes the boundaries of innovation with each new line of tires. Shop Uniroyal® tires with Airport Tire serving Mobile, AL, Tillmans Corner, AL, Theodore, AL, and surrounding areas.

 
 
Cooper® Tires

Cooper® Tires

Cooper Tires mission is simple: "One company, one team, one goal: Creating superior value for our customers, employees, partners, and shareholders." The "Cooper Way" is a term used by the company, which involves, "Engaged people, relentless improvement, and excellence in all we do." Also, the "Cooper Way" includes: "help each other succeed, have engaged communication, do the right thing, be agile, be results focused, and provide world-class customer service."
 
 
 
Bridgestone® Tires

Bridgestone® Tires

Founded in 1931 by Shojiro Ishibashi, Bridgestone or "Stone Bridge" (direct translation from Japanese) was created in Japan. In the 1930's, Japan slowly started producing automobiles, and in 1932 Bridgestone became the first tire manufacturing company to offer tires nationally. By 1983 Bridgestone purchased a tire plant in La Vergne, Tennessee, from Firestone Tire & Rubber. In the twenty first century, Bridgestone became one of the "Big Three" tire companies in the United States. Bridgestone now sells tires to six continents throughout the world.
 
 
Continental® Tires

Continental® Tires

For over 100 years, Continental has been one of the world's leading automotive industry suppliers. Continental AG was founded in 1987 in Hanover, Germany. The company is currently one of the five largest automotive suppliers in the world, and is the second largest European Auto Supplier. As of 2008, Continental employs approximately 140,000 employees at 190 locations in 25 countries. Continental is ranked fourth for market share worldwide and the market leader in Europe for passenger, light truck, and industrial tires.
 
 
 
Firestone® Tires

Firestone® Tires

Harvey Firestone founded Firestone Tire and Rubber Company in 1900 to supply pneumatic tires for wagons, buggies, and other forms of wheeled transportation common in the early Twentieth Century. After seeing the huge potential in automobile tires, Firestone started mass production of automobile tires. By using relationships, Firestone was able to become the original equipment supplier to Ford Motor Company, and continue to produce tires for the replacement market growing his business until 1988. In 1988, Firestone was purchased by Bridgestone Tire Company, and is still owned by Bridgestone today.






 
 
General® Tires

General® Tires

Founded in 1915 by William O'Neil and his partner, Winfred Fouse, General Tire and Rubber Company was an outgrowth of Western Tire & Rubber Company. At the time, General Tire entered a market with over 300 competitors, but was determined to get a market share of replacement tire sales. The first tire that General Tire mass-produced was the General Jumbo, a pneumatic truck tire that was first in its class of tire. In the mid-1920's, General invented the General Balloon Jumbos, the first tire to only need 12 pounds of air pressure revolutionizing all tire manufacturing concepts. By 1955, General finally entered the passenger car replacement tire market. General Tire and Rubber Company changed their name in 1984 to GenCorp, Inc, before getting purchased by Continental AG of Hannover, Germany in 1987. Presently, General Tire is wholly owned subsidiary of Continental Tire North America, Inc and leads the pack in development, production, and marketing of quality tires for automobile applications.
 
 
 
Goodyear® Tires

Goodyear® Tires

Frank Seiberling founded the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company in 1898 with just thirteen employees. The company started by producing bicycle and carriage tires in November of 1898. Goodyear was able to earn the title "The world's largest tire company," by 1916, just 18 years after the founding. The company adopted the slogan, "More people ride on Goodyear tires than on any other kind." Based on sales, Goodyear became the world's largest rubber company in 1926. Presently, Goodyear is one of the world's largest tire companies, operating 60 plants in 26 countries worldwide. In North America and Latin America, Goodyear is the number one tire maker, and the second largest in Europe.
 
 
Hankook® Tires

Hankook® Tires

Frank Seiberling founded the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company in 1898 with just thirteen employees. The company started by producing bicycle and carriage tires in November of 1898. Goodyear was able to earn the title "The world's largest tire company," by 1916, just 18 years after the founding. The company adopted the slogan, "More people ride on Goodyear tires than on any other kind." Based on sales, Goodyear became the world's largest rubber company in 1926. Presently, Goodyear is one of the world's largest tire companies, operating 60 plants in 26 countries worldwide. In North America and Latin America, Goodyear is the number one tire maker, and the second largest in Europe.
 
 
 
Kumho® Tires

Kumho® Tires

Kumho Tires was founded in 1960, as Samyand Tire, established in Yandgong, Kwanglu City, Korea. In 1963, Kumho manufactured their first compact passenger car tire, and broke Korean record in 1976 by producing over one million tires in a year. Kumho Tire continued to grown, and by 1990, their total output exceeded 100 million tires. In 1992, Kumho Tire earned the ranking of number 10 in the world, for Tire Manufacturers market share. An additional milestone was reached, was the first Kumho Tire run-flat-tire developed in 1999, which was the fourth ever to create a run-flat-tire.
 
 
Nexen® Tires

Nexen® Tires

The Nexen Tire Company was established in 1942 in Korea under the name Heung-A Tire Company. Nexen Tire was recognized as the first Korean tire company in 1956. Nexen Tire began focusing on radial tires and formed an alliance with OHTSU Tire & Rubber to further develop production capabilities in 1985. Over 60 years later, Nexen Tire continues to grow, opening a second manufacturing plant in 2003 to begin producing performance tires, and a third manufacturing plant in China in 2007 to meet product demand.