Is it time for new tires?
Here are some telltale signs that you should replace your tires:
- Loss of traction, especially on wet surfaces
- Low tread or uneven wear in the rubber
- Bulges or cracks in the sidewalls
- Tire pressure monitor indicator is on
Benefits of new tires
Improved Handling & Stopping
Sound tires provide a more enjoyable ride and optimal handling. You'll also be able to stop faster and more smoothly.
Ready to Take on the Elements
Winter brings the most challenging weather, and good tires are your best tool for maintaining control on challenging roads. Properly inflated tires with sufficient tread and proper inflation grip slippery pavement much better.
Save on Fuel
Your vehicle has to work harder when its tires are worn out or improperly inflated, leading to wasted fuel. A new set of tires will save you money at the pump.
Peace of Mind
Safe driving starts where your vehicle contacts the road - the tires. Make a habit of checking them regularly.
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