Keeping your tires in safe, working condition is critical for the safety of you and your passengers. Old tires do not grip the road properly, and when it’s wet outside, or you need to stop suddenly, less-than-perfect tread can put you in danger. Not to mention, old tires can wreck your gas mileage, not only putting a burden on your vehicle, but on your bank account, too. If you know you need to change your tires at regular intervals, but you just aren’t sure when to do it, the experts at AA Auto Tech can help. Below, we detail what to look for when you think it might be time for a new set of tires.
Regular tire rotation helps extend the life of your tires and improve your vehicle’s performance.
So, if you want to save money, get more mileage out of your treads, and maintain a safe driving experience, AA auto technicians recommend that you follow the tire rotation guidelines below:
Tires play a large part in your vehicle's overall health. Tires have an impact on your car's safety, smoothness of ride and fuel efficiency, which is why it is very important to keep your tires in good shape and replace them quickly when they are no longer usable. Take a look at some of the things that tires do for you, and learn more about how to know when it is time for new tires.
Your tires are one of the most important parts of your car. Not only do they provide the grip and traction your car needs to stay on the road where you direct it, your tires play a pivotal role when you are braking.
Snow tires are manufactured with more natural rubber and less synthetic rubber. The benefit is that snow tires remain flexible at colder temperatures, and are thus able to grip the road better than regular street tires. The key is their cold weather interaction. These are not mud tires that are designed to take you off-road at a tractor pull. These are tires that are designed to make driving safer during the colder months of the year. Auto tires that have a higher concentration of synthetic rubber become stiff and unbending during cold weather driving.