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Your vehicle's tires make constant contact with the road. Over time and with normal wear-and-tear, your tires become worn down. This can be dangerous when braking on wet or snow-covered roads. Hydroplaning occurs when the tire's grooves are so worn down that they no longer channel water out from beneath the tread. When this happens, your treads only skim the water's surface and the steering wheel won't respond.
How do I know if I need new tires?
- Your tread depth measures 2/32 of an inch , This will fail a motor vehicle inspection. Consider replacement at 4/32 of an inch to be safe.
- Your tread wear indicator bar is visible. Flat rubber bars run perpendicular to the tread. If you see them, it's time for new tires.
- Your tire's sidewall is showing visible cracks or cuts. Take this seriously; your tires may soon start to leak.
- Your tires have developed bulges or blisters. Weak spots on tires show up around blisters or bulges and can blow out your tires.
- You tires appear to have uneven tread wear
If you see any of these signs, you need to have them checked and replaced. We carry a number of brand name tires to choose from, and our trained technicians will install them properly.
Come in to our shop, call, or email us, and we will assist you.