“What kind of tire do I need?” We hear this question pretty often, and there’s no pat, easy answer for it. We can help you go in the right direction, though.
Obviously, you want tires that are going to get the best traction in dry, wet or wintry conditions, for starters. Chances are you’ll also want good ride comfort, treadwear and noise control. Those factors will will drive some of your decision just by itself (and we will get into that in a minute). You may have a vehicle with lots of miles on it or a vehicle you may not want to hang onto for much longer, so you might decide for a less-expensive set of tires or ones with less of a treadwear warranty.
What kind of vehicle do you drive? Sedan, sports coupe, light truck, minivan, SUV? What’s ...[more]Read More
Who doesn’t want better gas mileage these days? Maximizing your fuel efficiency will not only save you money, it is better for your vehicle and the environment! With some proper maintenance, and simple tips and tricks, you can make fewer trips to the pump, which will be friendlier on your car, and your wallet.
Tires - The right tires for your driving conditions are important. For the best gas mileage choose low rolling resistance tires. These are designed to maximize fuel efficiency and performance by increasing the tire’s grip on the road. Tires for racing and oversized off-roading tires are designed only for specific uses, and shouldn’t be used as your vehicle’s primary tires.
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!
Although picking out new tires can be a daunting endeavor, there are two important pieces of information you can identify that will greatly ease the process. First, you must recognize exactly what it is that you need most from your tires. This means that before you even begin to establish a list of criterion that make up the perfect tire for you, you must be aware of exactly what kind of road issues and driving conditions your tires will be faced with. Be it varying road surfaces, a majority of city driving, high speed driving or other high performance requirements, identifying this need is a definite necessity. Second, you must find a reputable or trustworthy source to purchase your tires from. If you have had a bad experience at a particular shop, you are better off trying a new one than returning to the old one and giving them repeat business. If you suspect that a tire dealer may be placing his bottom line ahead of your best interests then you should feel free to shop around ...[more]Read More
When the summer fades into autumn and the autumn starts to get colder, everyone prepares for winter and all of the things that it brings. Winter means cold weather, and it means that you will need the proper tires to keep you going during the winter. That is why it is necessary to take care of your winter tires.Read More
You have two legs to walk. What does your car have? Yes, you are right. Of course, tires make the car run. But why are you not willing to learn more about tires? Don't you know that it would cost you a lot if you do not have enough knowledge about tires when you go tire shopping?
Whatever the vehicle is, it needs good tires for speed. But if you want a cheap one, you would surely get it. Tires are available in different ranges and types. Keep in mind that good quality will cost you once, whereas buying a cheap one will make you waste money on tire repair after every few days.
Did you know that most tire failure is caused by improper inflation? Irregular wear, tire stress, blowouts, reduced gas mileage, loss of control, and accidents are just a few of the negative effects associated with tires that are not properly inflated.
Many of us simply neglect to check our tire pressure until something goes wrong. In fact, millions of us drive around daily not knowing whether our tires are properly inflated or not.
According to industry recommendations, you should check the pressure in each of your tires and spare once a month or before any long trips. Because recommended inflation pressures are for cold tires, be sure to check them only after they have not been driven for several hours, preferably overnight.
A pressure gauge can easily be used to check tire pressure at home. The recommended pressure for your tires can be found in the vehicle’s manual or on the driver door edge, glove box, or fuel door. Remember that you ca ...[more]Read More
Any vehicle owners who have owned a car or truck for some time will eventually need to replace their tires. Since tires can be expensive, many car owners decide to save money by looking for some bargains. But the pertinent issue is not how much you save on tires, but how safe are the tires that you are buying. Your personal safety and the safety of your family and friends, depends on the quality of your tires among other safety features of your car.
Price Vs Quality
While price is certainly a major consideration, it should not be the only factor in your tire buying decision. Tires connect your vehicle to the road. When you are driving at higher rates of speed on a freeway or around corners on a mountain road, a blowout may possibly be fatal. Used tires may satisfy your current budget, but isn’t it worth spending a little extra money for the benefit of much greater safety? The ideal solution is to get some brand new tires at a price you ...[more]Read 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]Read More