We Have the Tires You Need
Most people don’t think much about the tires we drive on until one of them goes flat. We have most major brands of tires for your car or truck. Give us a call we would love the opportunity to provide you a quote for your tires.
Tires are the only parts on your vehicle that keep contact with the road.
How to know if your tires are in good condition
You should check your tire air pressure regularly. Especially when there are drastic changes in weather conditions. With most vehicles you can find your vehicle specifications for tire pressure on the inside door jam of the driver door. You don't want to over-fill your tires, you also don't want to under inflate your tires. This can cause handling issues, safety issues, as well as efficiency issues. You will get the best mileage and control, if your tires are inflated to correct levels of pressure.
You also want to keep tabs on the condition of your tires. Worn or cracked tires can cause the vehicle to drive and handle much more "loosely" than it should, and they pose a danger to you and other drivers because they run a higher risk of failure and causing a potential wreck.
Whats the difference in types of tires?
All season tires have better traction in the winter, but they cant really handle heat that is created during high speed driving.
Passenger rated tires aren't built for heavy loads while driving
Summer or ultra-high performance tires will have a hard time gaining traction on snow or icy roads, they are not designed to be driven on in temperatures below 45 degrees. The rubber they are made from will harden which decreases flexibility.
The infamous spare tire
A spare tire is important to have. You should inspect it or have your tech inspect it each time you get an oil change. You want to make sure the pressure is right, in case you need it. You want to be sure its not dry rotted. The last thing you want to happen is to need to change your spare tire on the side of the road and only make it a short distance due to it failing because of dry rot.