When it comes to automotive services, we adhere to national standards of quality and reliability. Our team of skilled technicians uses state-of-the-art equipment and follows industry best practices to ensure that every tire service we provide meets the highest standards. With O'Malley Tire and Automotive, you can trust that your vehicle is in safe hands and that you'll receive top-quality service that you can rely on.


Brake Service

Hearing a squeal when you press the brake pedal? It's crucial to address any brake problems early to ensure your safety on the road. Our brake services are thorough, addressing everything from brake pad replacement to more complex brake system repairs.

Wheel Alignments

Wheel alignment is important for the safety and performance of your vehicle. Here are some benefits of wheel alignment:
  • Prolonged Tire Life
  • Improved Fuel Economy
  • Better Handling
  • Safety
  • Reduce wear and tear on your suspension.

Tire Installations

We proudly service the Tire Purchase & Tire Installation needs of customers in Dripping Springs, TX, Marble Falls, TX, Kerrville, TX, and surrounding areas. When you’re ready to make a purchase or install a new set of tires, let us know.

Battery Services

Experiencing slow engine crank or having to jump-start your vehicle? These are signs that your battery might be nearing the end of its life. We specialize in providing top-notch battery service to our valued customers in Dripping Springs, TX, Marble Falls, TX, Kerrville, TX, and surrounding areas. We're dedicated to ensuring your battery is in optimal condition.

Tire Balancing

Tires need to be balanced to ensure the weight of the wheel-tire assembly is evenly distributed. Unbalanced tires can cause:

Uneven and faster tread wear

Poor fuel economy

Vibration in the steering wheel and/or floorboard

A thump-thump-thump sound that gets louder at lower or higher speeds.

Poor handling and stability

Increased road noise

Tire Repair

Got a nail in your tire? A tire can be repaired if the damage is limited to the tread area and the puncture is no larger than 1/4 inch in diameter. The puncture repair area is the middle, or "crown," area of the tire, which is approximately 1 to 1.5 inches in from each shoulder. The repairs do not overlap or if the injuries are not directly across from each other.