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Keeping quality tires on your car is important, especially for safety reasons. Typically tires are to be replaced when the tread depth is very minimal. However, vehicle manufacturers recommend you replace tires after six years, no matter what their condition.

If you are certain that your vehicle’s tires are worn out and need replacement, the following are four things to know before buying new tires:

If you need to know more about the things to know before buying new tires, contact your tire repair specialist at Express Care Auto Center. They will be happy to perform a tire inspection for you.
05
Mar
2018

Keeping quality tires on your car is important, especially for safety reasons. Typically tires are to be replaced when the tread depth is very minimal. However, vehicle manufacturers recommend you replace tires after six years, no matter what their condition.

If you are certain that your vehicle’s tires are worn out and need replacement, the following are four things to know before buying new tires:

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Are you starting to experience steering problems with your car? Is it veering to the side even though you may be steering straight? Is the tread on your tires wearing unevenly? It is highly likely that your vehicle is out of alignment. You may need to schedule a car alignment service as soon as possible to prevent damage to your brake or suspension systems.

When you drive down poorly maintained roads, hit potholes, or even a curb, it can cause damage to your car alignment. Proper alignment ensures optimal drivability by keeping your wheels pointed in the right direction; it helps your tires last longer by preventing excessive tread wear, and your vehicle handles and rides smoother. Another big benefit is that your car requires less energy to move down the road, potentially saving you money on fuel.

Wondering what are the signs of a bad wheel alignment? Schedule a car alignment service at car shop to prevent further damage such as brakes and suspension.
20
Feb
2018

Are you starting to experience steering problems with your car? Is it veering to the side even though you may be steering straight? Is the tread on your tires wearing unevenly? It is highly likely that your vehicle is out of alignment. You may need to schedule a car alignment service as soon as possible to prevent damage to your brake or suspension systems.

When you drive down poorly maintained roads, hit potholes, or even a curb, it can cause damage to your car alignment. Proper alignment ensures optimal drivability by keeping your wheels pointed in the right direction; it helps your tires last longer by preventing excessive tread wear, and your vehicle handles and rides smoother. Another big benefit is that your car requires less energy to move down the road, potentially saving you money on fuel.

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Have you ever wondered why tires go flat in cold weather? You may have noticed that your car’s tires seem to lose air as the outside temperature drops. You’re not imagining things. When cold weather hits, drivers may see a low-pressure warning light on the dash or simply observe that the tires look a bit less full than they should. This is totally normal.

The main reason for this is when the outside temperature drops, the air becomes denser and consequently lowers the tire’s pressure. Of course, tires naturally lose pressure when there is a puncture or a very slow leak. This can be caused by a tire that is not properly sealed to the wheel rim or a malfunction of the tire stem.

Wondering why tires go flat in cold weather? Ask your tire repair expert for more information about tire service offered & schedule an appointment today.
05
Feb
2018

Have you ever wondered why tires go flat in cold weather? You may have noticed that your car’s tires seem to lose air as the outside temperature drops. You’re not imagining things. When cold weather hits, drivers may see a low-pressure warning light on the dash or simply observe that the tires look a bit less full than they should. This is totally normal.

The main reason for this is when the outside temperature drops, the air becomes denser and consequently lowers the tire’s pressure. Of course, tires naturally lose pressure when there is a puncture or a very slow leak. This can be caused by a tire that is not properly sealed to the wheel rim or a malfunction of the tire stem.

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