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When To Replace Winter Tires
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  • When is The Right Time to Replace Tires?

  • Tire Tread Depth with a Coin" to see how U.S. coins can be used in place of a tire tread depth gauge. If you live in an area where you drive on snow-covered roads part of the year, then you may want to consider performance winter tires for your vehicle or replacing your current tires when less…

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  • Replacement tires: When is it time?

  • …snow, replacement tires should be purchased when approximately 6/32" of the tread depth remains. For wet roads, 4/32". And dry roads, 2/32" is the legal minimum but we wouldn't wait that long to replace tires. • If you cut or puncture the sidewall, or drove on a flat tire (or one…

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  • Knowing When Your Tires are Toast

  • …you tell when it is time to make a tire change? Using a tread depth guage is certainly one way to determine if your tires are ready for the recycle bin. You can even use a coin as a guide for how much tread remains on your tires. All of that aside, the best way to determine if your tires are toast…

  • When should I replace my tires?

  • When should I replace my tires? Have you ever felt that your tires weren't working as well as they did before, but once you look at them they appear to have tread on them? Tire change during their in service life. The two main factors that contribute to a tire's aging performance - Tread depth -…

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  • Should I replace my original equipment tires?

  • …questions to ask yourself when thinking about that next purchase. What is most important to you? Fuel mileage Longevity (tread wear) Dry handling Wet traction Snow and ice traction Not one tire can "do it all", so rank what is most important to you and help tailor that next set of tires to


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