Learning About Tires And Rims
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Learning About Tires And Rims

Hi there, my name is Wesley. I created this site about tires and rims to help you properly equip your vehicle with the right combination. The tires and rims you install on your car directly influence its overall appearance and stance. Furthermore, drivability issues are usually caused by the wrong combination of tires and rims. I will talk about the methods you can use to make sure you are buying the right items for your car with every upgrade. I hope you will visit my site often to learn all you can about this fascinating and important auto subject. Thank you for coming by.


Learning About Tires And Rims

  • 5 Tire Tasks To Complete Before Going On A Summer Road Trip

    7 August 2016

    If you plan on taking a road trip this summer, you need to make sure that your tires are up for the job before you hit the road. Here are three ways that you can take care of your tires this summer before and during your road trip. Check Your Tire's Tread Wear The last thing you want to do is head off on a road trip with tire that are not up for the job.

  • 3 Tips To Consider When You Are Choosing Your First Set Of Snow Tires

    5 August 2016

    If you are new to the northern area and have never needed to buy tires for the winter snow and ice before, it is easy to get a lot of misinformation from the people around you who think they are experts. Fortunately, choosing snow tires is easier than you think, as long as you apply the information provided below when you are making the big decision.  #1-Do Not Try To Save Money By Using Only Two Snow Tires

  • Signs That Your Tires Need To Be Replaced Due To Tread Wear

    4 August 2016

    Over time, the tires of your vehicle can become worn and unsafe. Damage to the tires can result from prolonged use or from regular trauma from road conditions, such as potholes and speed bumps. Additionally, the weather conditions to which the tires have been subjected can also play a part in their wear. For instance, extremely hot temperatures may cause the rubber to wear away more quickly. Likewise, ice and snow on the road can cause more trauma to the tires, causing rubber to wear away.