Routine Maintenance

A set of tires that’s inflated to its recommended air pressure is one that will last longer, keep you safe, handle better and save you money on gas.

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TPMS service is critical to keep your system in proper working order — and to keep you safe on the roads. Read more to find out if your vehicle has a TPMS, what you can expect from TMPS service checks and why it all matters.

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If your flat tire is repairable, when you take your vehicle in to get it fixed, many shops and technicians will offer to check it out and patch it up for little or no cost.

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The penny test is a simple and reliable way to measure your own existing tire tread levels.

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The term “tire rotation” refers to the process of switching out the placement of your tires, as they are mounted on your vehicle, to help maintain an even tread and prolong their life.

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Wheel alignment, also referred to as tire alignment, is one of the most important, and common, vehicle maintenance necessities.

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TPMS is a network of sensors that warn you when one or more of your tires are under inflated and may be unsafe to drive on; the symbol looks a bit like a horseshoe.

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Regular tire rotation helps prevent them from wearing unevenly and makes the ride smoother with safer handling.

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Winter tires are specifically engineered to easily tackle freezing weather and wintry driving conditions by providing greater traction and control.

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When every part of a vehicle’s suspension and steering components are lined up and straight, the wheels are aligned.

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