Have you ever taken a moment to look at the [...]
Are you considering buying new tires but aren't sure if you need them? It can be difficult to know when to replace your tires, but there are plenty of signs to look out for which will let you know when your worn tires are nearing the end of their life. Keep reading to discover what you need to check to know if you need new tires or not.
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In this essential guide from the GoTires experts, we'll explore tire tread depth guidelines, how to measure your tread depth, and answer some of the most common questions about tire treads.
Have a flat and need get back on the road asap? Change into a spare and drive to the nearest shop! In this article, we will explain the limitations of different types of spare tires—and how long you can safely use them.
Ok, so you've purchased just two tires. Should you mount them on the front or back? As a rule of thumb, you place them across the rear axle of your car. Is everything that simple? No. There are many more factors to consider, especially if your vehicle is equipped with directional tires or you own a 4x4. Read on to get all answers.
Just like everything else, tires age with time. They do lose functionality, as all other auto parts do. In this post, we'll look at how to determine a tire's age, give you a few handy tips, and answer the most common questions about tires aging gracefully.
You’ve just shelled out some of your hard-earned money on a new set of tires, and you want them to last as long as possible. Luckily, there is a lot you can do to increase their lifespan.
Imagine a situation: early morning, you’re making tracks to work, and notice that one of your tires is almost flat, and you won’t be able to make it to the nearest gas station. You’re combing your garage, but all you find is a bike pump. But will it work for your car’s tire?
In this article, we look at how to tell when you should replace your tires. After reading it, you will know exactly when to perform a changeover, and what to do for your rubber to last as long as possible.