Signs you need new tires
Unsure if your vehicle needs a new set of tires? Here are some signs that it may be time for a fresh set:
- Tire tread is worn or bald
- Sidewalls are cracked or bulging
- Tire pressure light keeps coming on
- Your vehicle shakes or vibrates when driving
- You have little traction on wet roads
Benefits of new tires
Better Handling & Braking
Fresh tires allow for a smoother ride and handling, while also allowing you to stop faster when braking.
Prepares You for the Elements
Rain, sleet, snow… Mother Nature throws a lot at your vehicle, and new tires are better able to grip the roads and resist slipping or hydroplaning.
It Saves You Gas (And $!)
Old, worn tires cause your vehicle to work harder, thus increasing gas consumption. Fresh tires can improve your MPG & save you money at the pump.
Helps Keep You Safe
The bottom line is that installing new tires is one of the easiest ways to keep your vehicle safe for you and your family.
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