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Even though you have kept up with frequent tire service, does it seem that you have had more than your share of flat tires in the last few months? It may be time to replace your worn-out tires! But with so many different brands and types to choose from, and with prices ranging from low to high, choosing the right tire can be confusing.

Do some research about tires before making a decision. With today’s computers, it is easy to find information published by tire manufacturers regarding mileage expectancy, warranties, and other specifications. If you still are wondering what kind of tire is best for your vehicle, check your owner’s manual or ask your auto mechanic for advice.

Here are some questions that can help you make a decision about tires:

  • What will be the purpose of the tire (all-weather, snow)?
  • How many miles do you put on tires in one year?
  • What kind of road conditions do you typically drive on (gravel, dirt, smooth pavement, mountainous terrain, etc.)?
  • What kind of weather or climate do you live in?
  • Can you store tires properly when not in use?

When should you get new tires for your car? Generally, tire service technicians recommend replacing tires about every six years (more often if you drive more miles than the average driver). Just don’t go longer than 10 years before replacing your old tires, regardless of mileage or tread depth, as this is when most tire warranties expire.

When you take your car in for other services, such as a tire rotation, oil change, or wheel alignment, ask your mechanic to estimate how much longer your tires will last. The important thing to remember is that regardless of mileage, if you start to notice signs of your tires getting bad, such as unusual vibrations or hard steering, head to your auto shop as soon as possible. Don’t compromise driving safety and be the cause of an accident due to bad tires!

Remember: When it comes to buying tires, it isn’t always smart to buy the cheapest ones in the tire shop. You really do get what you pay for so buy the highest quality tire that fits your budget.

Still, wondering when should you get new tires for your car? Contact our ASE Certified technicians at Elk River Tire & Auto for more information about tire service and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop in Elk River, MN proudly serves residents in the areas of Zimmerman, and Otsego, Minnesota.

Wondering when should you get new tires for your car? The certified auto technicians at Elk River Tire & Auto provide quality tire service.

Even though you have kept up with frequent tire service, does it seem that you have had more than your share of flat tires in the last few months? It may be time to replace your worn-out tires! But with so many different brands and types to choose from, and with prices ranging from low to high, choosing the right tire can be confusing.

Do some research about tires before making a decision. With today’s computers, it is easy to find information published by tire manufacturers regarding mileage expectancy, warranties, and other specifications. If you still are wondering what kind of tire is best for your vehicle, check your owner’s manual or ask your auto mechanic for advice.

Here are some questions that can help you make a decision about tires:

  • What will be the purpose of the tire (all-weather, snow)?
  • How many miles do you put on tires in one year?
  • What kind of road conditions do you typically drive on (gravel, dirt, smooth pavement, mountainous terrain, etc.)?
  • What kind of weather or climate do you live in?
  • Can you store tires properly when not in use?

When should you get new tires for your car? Generally, tire service technicians recommend replacing tires about every six years (more often if you drive more miles than the average driver). Just don’t go longer than 10 years before replacing your old tires, regardless of mileage or tread depth, as this is when most tire warranties expire.

When you take your car in for other services, such as a tire rotation, oil change, or wheel alignment, ask your mechanic to estimate how much longer your tires will last. The important thing to remember is that regardless of mileage, if you start to notice signs of your tires getting bad, such as unusual vibrations or hard steering, head to your auto shop as soon as possible. Don’t compromise driving safety and be the cause of an accident due to bad tires!

Remember: When it comes to buying tires, it isn’t always smart to buy the cheapest ones in the tire shop. You really do get what you pay for so buy the highest quality tire that fits your budget.

Still, wondering when should you get new tires for your car? Contact our ASE Certified technicians at Elk River Tire & Auto for more information about tire service and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop in Elk River, MN proudly serves residents in the areas of Zimmerman, and Otsego, Minnesota.

Kerry Bannister
Elk River Tire & AutoAuto Repair Shop in Elk River, MN

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690 Dodge Ave NW, Elk River, MN 55330763-441-2889service@elkrivertireandauto.com
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Tue:7:30am - 6:00pm
Wed:7:30am - 6:00pm
Thu:7:30am - 6:00pm
Fri:7:30am - 6:00pm
Sat:8:00am - 4:00pm
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