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Choosing the right tires for your vehicle can be tiring….

When choosing tires it is important to consider your driving habits and the conditions you mostly drive in. Whether you commute long distances on a regular basis, most of your driving is in and around town or you only drive in fair weather. A proper set of new tires should last 3 to 4 years, so choosing the right tire will extended the life of your tires and provide premium ride comfort and quality.

Most tires fall into three types, all seasons, summers and winters. No single tire is outstand in all conditions.

– All season tires are designed to provide decent, well rounded control and stopping performance, but are not ideal for all weather conditions. If you are a fair weather only driver the advantage to all seasons is you only require one set of tires.

– Summer tires are designed to provide premium control and stopping performance in hot, dry and wet weather conditions, with a quiet and comfortable ride quality. Summer tires are not suitable for winter conditions, they do not provide adequate traction in snow and on ice.     

– Winter tires are designed to provide premium control and stopping performance in cold, snow and icy weather conditions. Winter tires are a much softer rubber compound, keeping the tire pliable in extreme cold. The down side to that is they will wear very quickly and cause damage to the tire in summer conditions. It is recommended to have your winter tires on in temperatures 5 degrees and colder. Winter tires have an aggressive tread pattern to grip in deep snow, causing louder road noise than normal.  

– Refer to your vehicle owner’s manual for correct tire size  

–   It is always recommended to perform a wheel alignment when new tires are installed. Make sure the wheel are pointed straight and won’t cause damage or prematurely wear your new tires

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Automotive technicians are often likened to physicians who, upon hearing a list of complaints, set about to form a diagnosis using testing tools and examination techniques. What that means to both the physician and the automotive technician is that each must understand their relevant system in its entirety in order to successfully diagnose and treat the core issue. That is why we are proficient at performing the following maintenance and repair tasks:

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