How to Take Care of the Tires on Your New Vehicle

Posted on: 28 February 2019

When you purchase a new vehicle, the parts under the hood should be good to go for thousands of miles. One of the parts you are going to need to keep an eye on from the beginning though is your tires. Your tires, just like the oil in your vehicles, are something you need to keep an eye on from the very beginning. #1 Check the Tire Pressure Checking the tire pressure at least once a month should be part of your routine with any vehicle you own, and especially with your new car. [Read More]

Time to Ditch the All-Season: How Winter Tires Improve Your Ride

Posted on: 5 November 2018

If you were thinking about leaving your all-season tires on this winter, you might want to rethink that decision, especially if you're expecting snow and ice. All-season tires are great for normal conditions such as summer heat and winter rain. However, they don't have the upgraded tread that you'll need to get you through the harshest weather that winter can bring. Here are just four of the reasons why you need to trade your all-season tires for winter tires before the weather turns bad. [Read More]

When To Have Your Tires Inspected And Serviced

Posted on: 30 April 2018

Tire maintenance is an important part of car ownership that you don't want to overlook. A bad tire could cause you to be in an accident, or at the very least go flat and be a major inconvenience. You should have your tires inspected and serviced on a regular schedule to keep them ready for the road. Here are some tips on when it's a good idea to visit a mechanic for tire service. [Read More]

Tips For Caring For Your Motorcycle Tires

Posted on: 27 March 2018

The tires of a motorcycle will be subjected to intense wear and tear. Unfortunately, this can compromise the performance and safety of these components. As a result, individuals will need to make sure that they are following the best care practices when it comes to the tires on their motorcycles.   Only Use the Recommended Type of Tire for the Motorcycle Eventually, the tires will become worn enough to need to be replaced. [Read More]