(303) 463-8473 [email protected]
Price
1 set of 4 tires $20 mo.

2nd set $15 mo.

3rd set $10 mo.

*Free pick-up and delivery

*With or without wheels or spare

Reviews

Google

Holly E. – Very convenient, inexpensive and friendly people to do business with.

Robby M. – TireStorage makes swapping out tires very easy! Mike is wonderful!

Goldie S. – I really love this service! I recent put snow tires on my car and was unsure what I was going to do with my all-season tires. James at Discount Tires passed along the contact information of Tirestorage and while I was waiting for my service to be completed, I gave them a call. The nice women on the phone explained that they would pick-up my tires from Discount and drop them off to me when I was ready to swap out. I paid a very reasonable price for six months of storage and left the shop not having to take or worry about my one set of tires. Great service! THANK YOU!

 

Yelp

Judy K. – I can’t believe how easy it was to set it up and have my tires stored! Thanks Mike!

Ryan M. – Amazing service. So easy to work with, and they are right: you never have to touch your tires! All of the scheduling is online, and they are very responsive.

Sean L. – Been using them for several years – huge fan of the service. They have gone out of their way a few times for me when I have had an urgent need to get my tires sooner. Can’t recommend them enough. 

How It Works
TireStorage.com will pick-up the tires you aren’t using from your home or service shop and store them in our secure warehouse. When you’re ready to switch back, we’ll deliver them to the location of your choosing.

We serve Denver, Boulder and the front range from Fort Collins to Colorado Springs.

About Us
We love cars and winter sports. We’ve always used snow tires to get in and out of the mountains during ski season, but never enjoyed the process of switching back and forth. Our company began with a simple observation. Tires are dirty and heavy, and we thought that if it were easy, people would choose to never touch their tires again.

So, we founded Seasonal Tire Storage, Inc., the oldest independent tire storage company in the United States. We opened for business as TireStorage.com in 2010 with one truck and a small warehouse and grew a thriving business by providing exceptional service one customer interaction at a time.

We provide tire storage solutions for individuals, commercial fleets, dealerships, and automotive service centers.

We are a family-owned and operated Colorado Corporation with more than 60 years of combined experience in the automotive service industry. We love what we do, and we’re confident you will too.

Thank you for stopping by to learn more about us.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much advance notice do you need to pick-up tires at my favorite shop?
None! ..and you don’t need to wait at your shop until we pick-up your tires.

How much notice do you need for delivery?
24 Hours of advance notice is best.

Is express delivery available?
On a case by case basis.

What happens if my tires are lost?
If we lose them, we replace them, guaranteed.

What happens if my tires get damaged?
We repair or replace them at our expense.

How much is the service?
Only $20 per month.

Is there an early termination fee?
No, you can discontinue our service at any time.

How can I pay?
We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, PayPal, and checks. We also offer a convenient auto-pay option.

With which tire shops do you work?
We work with your favorite shop, whomever it is. If you would like a recommendation, we’d be happy to help.

What are the traditional dates for Seasonal Tire Swaps?
Early November and mid May are the two most common times for seasonal tire changes.

Can I order the service from you?
Yes, click here! We pick-up tires anywhere in Denver Metro, Boulder, and along the front range from Fort Collins to Colorado Springs.

Do you sell or install tires?
No, we’re tire storage and logistics experts and don’t compete with the professionals who meet your tire sales and service needs.

Colorado Traction Law
Starting Aug. 2, 2019, the legislation updates requirements for drivers using state highways during winter months.

Specifically, it changed the required minimum tire tread for vehicles on snowy roads to 3/16 of an inch.

The law reaffirms the department’s ability to close state highways during inclement weather, and requires any motor vehicle to have one or more of the following: tire chains; an alternative traction device; four-wheel drive with adequate tires; all-wheel drive with adequate tires; and/or tires with manufacturer marking for snow/mud and adequate tread.

The major change is that these requirements for adequate tires and traction control devices now apply to passenger vehicles whereas they did not before. This means every vehicle traveling on state highways must have adequate tire tread and traction-control devices in their vehicle during inclement weather and snow events.

While the bill specifies the I-70 mountain corridor between Genesee and Dotsero, this does not limit the applicability of the law to this corridor. CDOT traction and chain law apply to all state highways. The legislation speaks to the I-70 corridor because it is a critical highway to keep open, and because the high number of spinouts and crashes that occur along this road between September and May.

The Colorado State Patrol (CSP) will not proactively enforce the tire tread-depth requirement on vehicles for the following reasons:

There is language in the bill that states the tire tread and traction-control device requirements are in place when there are icy and snow-packed conditions.
The CSP has neither the manpower nor the resources to enforce tire tread requirements on all vehicles traveling state highways during snow events.
There is language in the bill that directs CDOT and the CSP to meet with stakeholders to discuss options and ideas on how to begin enforcing this law along I-70. Obviously, there are many implications associated with increased enforcement, including: slowing down traffic further on the east side of Vail Pass and at Genesee; resources for enforcement actions; whether there will be additional chain-up stations available for vehicles without traction control devices; and when, where and how possible chain stations will be staffed and funded.

It may be possible to increase enforcement before next winter, but many policy and fiscal questions remain unanswered at this time as to be able to adequately say when and where additional enforcement would occur.

Terms Of Service
Terms of Service

  By submitting your pick-up request or payment to Seasonal Tire Storage, Incorporated, you agree to the following Terms of Service Agreement between SEASONAL TIRE STORAGE, INC., DBA TIRESTORAGE.COM & DELIVERY, A COLORADO CORPORATION: AND CUSTOMER:

 Section 1: SEASONAL TIRE STORAGE, INCORPORATED’S OBLIGATIONS. Seasonal Tire Storage, Incorporated will provide pick-up, storage, and then delivery of Customer’s tires or what is presented as Customer’s tires by the Customer’s tire service provider within the Denver Metro marketplace in exchange for three or more months of advance payment of its monthly fee for each month in which storage occurs including any portion of a month that storage takes place. Seasonal Tire Storage, Inc. will not prorate and refund parts of a month where storage does not occur. Seasonal Tire Storage, Inc. agrees to deliver Customer’s tires within thirty-six (36) hours of receiving a successfully and adequately submitted online delivery request between the dates of April 20 and June 10 in the Spring; and October 25 and December 15 in the Fall. All other times, Seasonal Tire Storage, agrees to deliver Customer’s tires for an additional off-season fee of fifteen dollars ($15.00), within seventy-two (72) hours after receiving a successfully and adequately submitted online delivery request provided by Seasonal Tire Storage, Incorporated at www.tirestorage.com. If Seasonal Tire Storage, Inc. damages or loses Customer’s tires and or wheels, Seasonal Tire Storage will repair or replace Customer’s tires and or wheels with comparable property equal to or higher than the value of Customer’s tires and or wheels at the time of the loss at its expense and its discretion.

 Section 2: CUSTOMER’S OBLIGATIONS. Customer agrees to provide the information needed to adequately track their property such as name, email address, phone number, and the year, make, and model of the vehicle that the tires to be stored fit. Customer agrees to confirm that their tire service provider has clearly marked Customer’s tires with Customer’s name for pick-up by Seasonal Tire Storage Incorporated and firmly affixed any loose lug nuts or accessories. Seasonal Tire Storage does not track or store lug nuts and accessories that are not attached to Customer’s wheel-tire assembly. Customer agrees to communicate with Seasonal Tire Storage, Inc. when changes occur to their contact information or when delays in service cause a difference in the requested pick-up date. If Customer’s swap becomes delayed and Customer doesn’t notify Seasonal Tire Storage, and it causes Seasonal Tire Storage to make a wasted trip, Seasonal Tire Storage may charge Customer $15.00. Customer agrees to pay Seasonal Tire Storage, Incorporated’s fees within ten days of their bill date, and to have all fees paid in full before requesting delivery of Customer’s tires and or wheels. Tire delivery constitutes the conclusion of Seasonal Tire Storage, Inc.’s responsibility. Subsequent Pick-up indicates the continuation of the agreement under the current Terms of Service. Failure to pay within 30 days communicates property abandonment, and Seasonal Tire Storage, Inc. may dispose of Customer’s property with no obligation to Customer. Customer agrees to request delivery and pick-up of tires by submitting an online order form provided by Seasonal Tire Storage, Incorporated.

 Section 3: Representations of the Parties. Seasonal Tire Storage, Inc. makes no representation as to the condition of or usability of Customer’s tires and or wheels nor the value of and the cost-effectiveness of tires stored. We recommend that Customer gets a professional evaluation of their tires and their tire’s value before submitting them for storage. Customer agrees that if they present tires for storage, they have determined that those tires are valuable enough to them to warrant storage.

 Section 4: Additional Terms. Seasonal Tire Storage, Inc. agrees to protect Customer privacy to the extent it can. Seasonal Tire Storage, Inc. will not sell, rent, or give information regarding Customers except as needed to identify tires at the tire professional’s shop or to comply with the law. Customer agrees to opt-in as required to receive email invoices from Seasonal Tire Storage, Inc. Customer agrees that comments made on the various pages of the Seasonal Tire Storage, Incorporated web site, or in email communication become the property of Seasonal Tire Storage, Incorporated, and may be used solely at its discretion.

 Section 5: Force Majeure. Seasonal Tire Storage, Inc. shall not be obligated to deliver within its stated schedule when events beyond its control occur, such as floods, fires, traffic jams, or extreme weather. When such conditions end, Seasonal Tire Storage, Inc., shall reasonably resume its obligations.

 Section 6: Governing Law. Before litigating any dispute arising out of this agreement, Customer agrees to mediate and or arbitrate disputes through the dispute resolution program offered by the BBB Serving Denver/Boulder (BBB). By agreeing to submit any dispute arising out of this agreement, Customer agrees that no dispute shall be submitted to arbitration before the exhaustion of informal grievance procedures traditionally used by the BBB. Customer further understands that the arbitrator’s decision is legally binding on all parties involved in the dispute.

 Section 7: Amendments. The only way either Seasonal Tire Storage, Inc. or Customer can change any terms of this agreement is if that change is both (a) in writing and (b) signed by both parties.

 Section 8: Assignment and Delegation. Neither party may assign or delegate unless the other party gives written consent, which will not become unreasonably withheld before that assignment or delegation takes place.

 Section 9: Counterparts; Electronic Signatures. Modern electronic signatures and generally accepted authentication protocol shall be considered adequate for signatures.

 Section 10: Severability. If any part of this agreement is invalidated the rest of the agreement shall remain valid and unchanged

 Section 11: Notices. Official or Legal correspondence shall be delivered to Seasonal Tire Storage, Inc. 700 N Colorado Blvd, Suite 133 Denver, CO 80206

 Section 12: Waiver. Seasonal Tire Storage, Inc. and Customer agree that rights can only be waived in writing signed by both parties.

 Section 13: Entire Agreement. Both parties agree that this agreement is the complete agreement, and no other agreement shall affect this agreement.

 Section 14: Headings. The headings at the beginning of each section are provided to organize the document. These headings are not part of the substance of the agreement. Any interpretation of the clauses should not be based on the use of headings.

 Section 15: Effectiveness. This agreement becomes effective when the submit or request button is pressed to order service from Seasonal Tire Storage, Inc or to pay amounts due.