There are several things you can do to prolong the life of your tires such as proper inflation and how you drive. For instant if your braking fast and taking sharp turns then chances are your tires aren’t going to last very long. However the most important thing you want to do to prolong the life of your tires is to regularly rotate your tires. Rotating your tires will help maintain even tread wear on all of your tires. Not only does it help prolong the life of your tire but it also helps maintain the performance as well.
Typically in a tire shop, it takes about 10 to 15 minutes to rotate and balance a passenger or a midsize van, truck, or SUV. If you are a do it yourself type of person and have the right set of tools this shouldn't take you any longer than 30 minutes.
Rotating your tires is simple and easy and can be done with minimal tools and at the comfort of your own driveway/garage/home. ...[more]
Online tire hub, SimpleTire.com, has just made ordering tires online easier and more convenient than ever. With a few simple steps, customers can research and order tires online and have the tires shipped directly to them with a variety of affordable shipping options. SimpleTire.com has one goal… Make buying tires simple and inexpensive!
NEW 2012 Black Friday Tire Deals!
- 10% OFF Coupon Code: deal10
Black Friday through Cyber Monday take 10% off the purchase of 4 tires or more (total must be over $300).
- 5% OFF Coupon Code: deal5
Black Friday through Cyber Monday take 5% off the purchase of 2 tires or more (total must be over $150).
Offer good on all in-stock inventory. Can not be combined with any other offers.
Last Years Black Friday Tire Deals
Times are tough. Everyone is looking for a deal. And with the holiday season approaching, consumers expect a bargin. So we lowered prices on many of our tire lines. So i ...[more]
Whether you own a new car or an automobile that has somehow stood the test of time, regular car maintenance is important to the longevity and usability of your vehicle. Here are a few tips to keeping your car in good condition.
Checking your engine’s oil should be a regular practice and it’s something everyone can do quite easily. Just remember to check your dipstick regularly and make sure that the oil level is between the low and high marks.
Too little or too much oil can be harmful to your engine and may potentially lead to expensive trips to a mechanic.
Similarly, most engines generally require an oil change every 3000 miles. Old oil can gunk up engines, slowing your entire car down, and causing some extensive damage and problems. Fresh oil will keep your engine running as good as new.
Tires can endure a lot of punishment day to day. As a material, rubber wears down quite easily, especiall ...[more]
(CRI,Shanghai)- In the Asian tire market, the overall situation is boosted powerfully by Chinese and Indian markets though Japanese tire market showed a downturn trend at the end of 2008.
In 2009, the auto sales volumes in Europe and USA declined compared with that in 2008. Nevertheless, with the growth of auto reserving volumes, the demand for replacement tires drives the growth of the whole tire market.
Under this background, tire manufacturers even begin to raise the price. The price has been increased firstly in Goodyear by 6% since December 1st, 2009. Subsequently, Bridgestone Americas, Continental North America and Yokohama Rubber increased their tire prices successively. Since January 1st, 2010, Bridgestone has raised the tire price by 5%. The price growth rate is about 5% for tires of Continental North America and 6% for all tires of Yokohama Rubber. Tire giants such as Kumho, Pirelli and Michelin also follow up.
In India, there is huge de ...[more]
Article by Wil Yeo
Car enthusiasts often replace the factory supplied standard wheel and tire set of their car to look different or sportier from the standard factory model.
If you want to give your car a new look and you are considering changing your tires, you need to decide first what kind of look you want for your car as well as their suitability. In addition, you will also need to decide the wheel size that you want to put on your car.
Do you want a different wheel size or the same wheel size? Do you want a wider or a taller wheel size, noting that wider wheel rims cater to wider tires for your car. Bigger tire means having better acceleration and cornering ability on dry pavement. Taller rim fits with a lower profile tire enabling you to retain the same overall tire diameter.
The next thing that you need to consider is the style that you want for your car’s wheels. In this aspect, your decision is purely subjective. You can ...[more]
What You Need to Know Before You Buy New Tires for Your Car
No matter how much you want to scrimp and save, the time will come when you will need to buy new tires for your car. You may, in fact, have to buy new tires several times throughout the life of your car because even the most expensive new tires of the highest quality cannot last as long as your car. Even new tires eventually become worn and no longer usable even if you do your best in maintaining them.
How do you know exactly when you need to buy new tires? This depends on a lot of factors and cannot be pegged on a single time period. The life of new tires will be affected by the type of the tires, the type of car they are used for, the driving style used and road and weather conditions in which they are used. Basically, it is how these factors affect the new tires’ treads that matters. It is mandated by federal law that as soon as the tire’s tread depth measures 2/32 of an inch, ...[more]
Tires. If you own a car, you have probably bought a set of tires at some point in your life. You may have opted for the cheapest brand you could find, or selected an ultra high-performance tire to suit your cars‘ needs.
Now, there are many different sources for consumers these days. Whether they take a trip to their local repair shop to pick a tire, or search the many websites that offer discount tires, you really can’t go wrong. While a repair shop can provide you with information about the correct fitments for your vehicle and what tire would be best for your uses, they often are forced to charge a premium of their tire prices. On the other hand, many people have opted for buying tires online. This is another great way to fulfill your tire needs. You can research, shop, and then buy at usually a cheaper price then the store. However, you often lose some of those savings on shipping charges. But ...[more]