Tire Replacement Video

Let's face it. Tires don’t last forever. And the two main reasons for replacement are wear and damage. There are several ways to inspect your tires. You can visually check their general condition and look for abnormal and uneven wear patterns. There are variables in how long your tires will last, including composition, driving habits, environment, inflation, and more. We recommend replacing your tires when there is 3/32nds of an inch of tread remaining. When your tire tread is lower than 3/32nds of an inch, your vehicle may not have the handling or traction it needs for regular driving. Installing new tires can not only increase your car's fuel efficiency, but it can also improve your car, truck, or SUVs' handling, braking ability, and ride quality. From a safety standpoint, tires are a critical safety feature. A driver's ability to control their vehicle depends on the traction between their tires and the road. It could ultimately lead to an accident. From an environmental point of view, better gas mileage is always good for the environment.