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• How to buy tires
• What you should know when you choose a tire
• Reading your tire sidewall information
• When should you replace your tire?
• How to choose a tire store

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Tire Basics

 
Tires are such a basic object that it's easy to just forget about them altogether…until they wear down or blow out. Only then does one realize how much a part of our lives tires are. Consider how much we drive today. Most of us can easily put twenty or more miles per day on our tires just from driving to and from work and running errands, not to mention traveling to the beach, mountains or out of state to visit family. As we have increased our reliance on cars for our transportation, we have greatly increased our dependence on having good, reliable auto tires. Anyone who may have experienced a flat tire due to tire wear or skidded on wet pavement because the tread on the tires have worn down to nothing will tell you that maintaining good tires on a vehicle is one of the most important things that needs to be done.
   


• How to buy tires
• What you should know when you choose a tire
• Reading your tire sidewall information
• When should you replace your tire?
• How to choose a tire store
• When does tire failure occur?
• Tire care and maintenance tips
• Tire inflation pressure
• What to do when you have a flat tire
• Tire recycling
 Used tires: are they right for you?
• Spare tires

 




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