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Tire Installation, Tire Repair, Flat Repair, Wheel Balancing and ALIGNMENTS.
Tires don’t last forever. The two main reasons one may buy new tires are tire wear and tire damage. (For information on how to diagnose an issue with your tires, click here.) Another reason is if you choose to upsize your tires, which some drivers do for improved traction and cosmetics. Some vehicles may also require (or prefer) seasonal tires and need to change them to match the season.
Tire Wear & Damage
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Buying tires is a big decision, but it doesn’t have to be a confusing one. Here are some factors to consider:
- Tire Type
- Tire Size
- Tire Mixing
One of the first questions your dealer will probably ask you is, "What type of tires are you looking for?” The answer to this question will depend on your vehicle and driving conditions.
If you seek comfort and handling...
Touring tires help provide excellent dependability on wet and dry pavement. They offer a balance of smooth and quiet ride with performance handling.
If you drive a sports car, or look for handling and performance...High-performance tires are designed for use at higher speeds in dry and wet weather. They have a softer rubber compound for improved grip, especially on high-speed cornering.*
If you drive a pick-up truck or an SUV...Light truck tires help provide durability and traction in adverse off-road conditions. On the flip side, SUV tires are ideal for on-road, comfort-tuned SUV applications.
If you own a commercial vehicle...Commercial light truck tires are designed to handle driving through dirt, mud and everyday wear and tear from commercial applications.
Ensure that your new tires meet your needs. Think about not only the typical conditions, but also the worst conditions you foresee driving in. What performance criteria are you looking for? For example, is wet traction more important to you than cornering capability on dry roads? The more you can tell your dealer, the easier it will be to find the right tire for your needs:
Winter tires are designed to perform in cold, icy, wet and snowy weather. They are optimized for handling and traction under wet conditions, but can be used in dry conditions as well.
Most automobile tires are all-season tires. These tires satisfy the needs of most road conditions. They have the deep water channels for wet traction, but also harder rubber compound for greater tire life in warm weather.
Off-road tires are ideal for drivers who take their vehicle off the road and do limited on-road driving. These tires have stiffer sidewalls for greater resistance against puncture when traveling off-road. The tread pattern offers wider spacing than an all-season tire to help remove mud from the tread.
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