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Does it seem that you have had more than the usual number of flat tires recently? Even though you have kept up with frequent tire service, it may be time to buy new tires. But just how often should you get new tires for your car, you wonder? With so many different brands and types to choose from and prices ranging from low to high, choosing the right tire for your vehicle can be intimidating. The truth is, everyone wants a good deal, but you will find that when it comes to buying tires, you really do get what you pay for. It isn’t always wise to buy the cheapest ones in the tire shop so buy the highest quality tire you can afford.

Before you make a decision on the tire you choose, do a little research first. You can easily find information published online by tire manufacturers regarding warranties and specifications for various tires as well as what kind of tire is best for your vehicle.

Here are some questions to ask yourself:

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

So just how often should you get new tires for your car? Your mechanic can help keep an eye on how much longer your tires can last at each tire service, such as tire rotation, balancing, or wheel alignment. You can also have your tires checked at every oil change. Most importantly, if you start to notice signs of your tires getting bad, such as unusual vibrations or hard steering, head to your auto shop and ask if it’s time to replace your old tires. Don’t wait until you’re in an accident due to bad tires!

Remember: Tire service technicians recommend replacing tires at least about every six years (don’t go any longer than 10 years, regardless of tread depth), as this is when most warranties on tires expire.

Still, wondering how often should you get new tires for your car? Contact our ASE Certified Technicians at Gary’s Quality Automotive for more information about tire service and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves vehicle owners in Grand Island, NE, Wood River, NE, and Doniphan, NE.

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How often should you get new tires for your car? The tire specialists at Gary’s Quality Automotive offer quality tire service.

Does it seem that you have had more than the usual number of flat tires recently? Even though you have kept up with frequent tire service, it may be time to buy new tires. But just how often should you get new tires for your car, you wonder? With so many different brands and types to choose from and prices ranging from low to high, choosing the right tire for your vehicle can be intimidating. The truth is, everyone wants a good deal, but you will find that when it comes to buying tires, you really do get what you pay for. It isn’t always wise to buy the cheapest ones in the tire shop so buy the highest quality tire you can afford.

Before you make a decision on the tire you choose, do a little research first. You can easily find information published online by tire manufacturers regarding warranties and specifications for various tires as well as what kind of tire is best for your vehicle.

Here are some questions to ask yourself:

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

So just how often should you get new tires for your car? Your mechanic can help keep an eye on how much longer your tires can last at each tire service, such as tire rotation, balancing, or wheel alignment. You can also have your tires checked at every oil change. Most importantly, if you start to notice signs of your tires getting bad, such as unusual vibrations or hard steering, head to your auto shop and ask if it’s time to replace your old tires. Don’t wait until you’re in an accident due to bad tires!

Remember: Tire service technicians recommend replacing tires at least about every six years (don’t go any longer than 10 years, regardless of tread depth), as this is when most warranties on tires expire.

Still, wondering how often should you get new tires for your car? Contact our ASE Certified Technicians at Gary’s Quality Automotive for more information about tire service and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves vehicle owners in Grand Island, NE, Wood River, NE, and Doniphan, NE.

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