When you’re searching for tires near me, call the trusted Madison tire pros at any one of Madison Auto Care’s seven NAPA service centers.
You were on your way home from the Mallards game when your tire pressure light came on. Once you got home, you took a look at your tires and saw that the tread seemed to be wearing. That’s very irritating because it feels as if you just got new tires not too long ago and now you need them again.
This seems to happen a lot and you wonder if you’ve been buying bad tires.
Perhaps, but not likely if you’ve been buying them from a trusted Madison tire pro like those at any of Madison Auto Care’s seven NAPA service centers. It’s more likely that something else is going on.
That something else could be your driving style, according to Cincinnati auto dealer McCluskey Chevrolet.
“How you drive has a big impact on the health of your tires,” McCluskey says. “Poor driving habits can have you shopping frequently at tire dealers.”
Among the poor driving habits that McCluskey says will make tires wear out more quickly:
- Taking off too quickly
- Taking turns too quickly
- Stopping too quickly
- Driving at top speeds
- Driving haphazardly over road debris
“The best driving habits for your safety are also the best driving habits for your tires. Slow down, take turns more carefully, give yourself plenty of distance to brake, and steer clear of road hazards and you’ll preserve your tires while also reducing your risk of an accident,” McCluskey says.
McCluskey adds a note about things to watch out for: “Tire failure doesn’t always manifest itself as a flat or a blowout. If your tires are wearing down or the seams are bulging, you may notice a rumbling as you drive, feel vibrations, or feel the car pulling to one side. When tread wears down, you may also notice that your car loses traction in water or that it takes you longer to brake.”
Tire care also counts when it comes to keeping your Madison tires for a long time. For Madison tire care, repair, or replacement, see the tire dudes at one of Madison Auto Care’s conveniently located seven NAPA service centers: Clausen Auto, Handel Auto, Genin’s Auto, Capitol Tire, Odana Tire, Hansen’s Auto, or Aeschbach Auto.
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