RevolutionIzing Tire Buying
Buying tires for your vehicle is very important. Not only are the four tires the only four point of contact between your car and the pavement, they may also be costing you money if not properly maintained. With the high cost of gasoline and the fact that people are keeping their cars longer with the weak economy, tire education is something you need for safety and to save money.
This tutorial will teach you to buy tires and save money, how to properly check your tire pressure to prevent blow-outs and to save at the pump, how to read your tire size, and how to check your tire tread.
There is more ways to buy tires today than to drive to the tire shop and have them install a set of whatever they have in stock that will fit your vehicle. With today’s technology you have much more options to buy wise and save money. Here are 4 steps to assure you make the best tire selection and to save money.
- Research – Test results, survey results and consumer reviews that keep you in the know!
- Buy – Shop by vehicle to find products specifically for you. See wheels on your vehicle, too.
- Deliver – Cost-effective, quick shipping. Shipping quotes available on all products.
- Install – A national network of over 5,000 independent local, Recommended Installers.
This will allow you to make the best tire choice, shop their promotions and discounts they have available to save you money, have them delivered to you and one of their national network installers, install them for you. To learn more visit the banner below.
Save Money At The Pump
Did you know that your tire pressure could cost you at the gas pump? Driving around on tires that are low on air pressure requires the car to work harder. Have you ever rode a bicycle with low air pressure? Or how about push a car with a low tire…it took a lot more effort didn’t it? Low tire pressure requires your engine to produce more effort too. In this video, Lauren Fix will give you more tips about maintaining your air pressure to save at the pump and to keep you safe.
PROPER TIRE PRESSURE
In this next video, you will learn how to read tire sizes. For instance, do you know what the P, T, LT, or ST on a tire are for? What about the tire width or aspect ration, do you know how to read that on a tire? If not, don’t worry this video will explain all of that and much more that will help you make a wise tire purchase decision the next time that you need a set of tires.
HOW TO READ TIRE SIZES
In this video, Jess explains how to check your tire tread using a penny. If all of Lincoln’s head is exposed indicates the tire is at the 2/32″ or less, which will require tire replacement. Watch the video below for more tire tread details and demonstration.
CHECKING TIRE TREAD
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