Today, everyone is more safety conscious, and new vehicle purchase decisions are often based on whether a model has the latest accident avoidance technologies like forwarding collision and blind spot warnings, and automatic emergency braking. At the same time, many drivers don’t think about one of their vehicle’s most important safety features – the tires.
Your tires may be the most important component of your vehicle. No matter how much horsepower your engine makes, no matter how sophisticated the suspension or powerful the brakes, they’re all useless unless the tires can properly grip the pavement under acceleration, hard cornering, and severe braking. Tires connect the vehicle with the road, help cushion it from potholes for a comfortable ride, and provide the traction and steering response that gets you through rain and snow. And they do this for many thousands of miles, so effortlessly that we rarely think about them. Eventually, though, you’ll find that your vehicle’s ride and handling aren’t what they used to be. You may find it pulling to one side when you’re trying to go straight, or when the weather’s bad, spinning the wheels when you’re trying to accelerate, or sliding when turning. Those symptoms can be caused by worn tires and that’s when it’s time to call us. We have an extensive selection of the top brands for every purpose and application, at prices to suit every pocketbook. We have everything from high-end products offered by marquee names like Goodyear, Pirelli, and Michelin to more affordable options such as Nexen, Kumho, and Sumitomo. Whatever size you’re looking for, 17″, 20″, or 22″ tires, or anything else, you’ll find what you need in our extensive inventory.
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