Tires are among your vehicle's most important components. In our previous post, we discussed five signs your car needs new tires, including:
- The Tire Tread is Below Lincoln's Head
- Tire Threads are Visible
- Your Vehicle Vibrates at Certain Speeds
- Your Tires are Showing Cracks and Dry Rot
- You're Experiencing Poor Vehicle Handling
As the only parts of your vehicle that make contact with the road's surface, the condition of your tires is key to your car's safety and performance. With our challenging and varying terrain and weather, it is imperative to replace your tires when they wear thin. In this article, we will discuss 5 signs it is time to replace your tires:
Driving in the mountains of western North Carolina can be a challenging activity for drivers and their vehicles. Sharp turns and switchbacks, significant climbs and descents, and extreme weather make traveling in Asheville make it difficult to maintain your vehicle's longevity.
Spring is officially here. Along with spring-cleaning and home hone-do lists, this is a great time of year to perform routine maintenance on your vehicle. In our next two posts, we will discuss eight vehicle maintenance tips for spring. In this article, we will include the first four.