Three Ways To Extend The Life Of Your Vehicle's Tires

Posted on: 4 February 2016
When you buy a new set of tires for your vehicle, it's important to think not only about how they're providing you with increased traction and handling ability, but also about the steps you can implement to get the most use out of the tires as possible. Your driving habits can have a direct impact on how quickly you wear through your tires and find yourself back at the tire shop having a new set installed.
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3 Signs That It's Time To Get Your Vehicle's Wheels Balanced

Posted on: 9 November 2015
Changing the tires on your car seasonally and ensuring they're properly filled with air are two simple tasks that are important for safe driving. Another critical duty is to get your wheels balanced when needed. While you can change and air your tires on your own, getting your wheels balanced requires a visit to a certified tire and wheel shop. There, a technician will use advanced machinery to ensure each of your wheels is properly balanced.
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What To Look For When Buying Tires From A Salvage Yard

Posted on: 6 October 2015
Some people will tell you that you should never buy used auto tires. Your vehicle needs good, dependable tires to be safe. However, you may not always have the money to buy a new tire when something happens to one of yours. Keep in mind, not all cars in a salvage yard are old and worn. They may have been in an accident that did nothing to the wheels, and maybe the tires were new at the time.
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Ways To Properly Maintain Your Big Rig's Tires

Posted on: 5 October 2015
If you drive a big rig, the tires are important to keep in good condition. This doesn't have to be that difficult if you take these steps. Have Tires Rotated Having tires that are in good condition is paramount when driving a big rig. In order to keep your tires in good condition for a long time, you can have them rotated. This is beneficial because it allows your tires to wear down more evenly.
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