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When Should I Take My Snowtires Off?

If you want to maximize your car’s ability to start, stop, and handle well in all conditions, you should be changing your tires back and forth between winter tires and all-season/summer tires twice each year. You...

Spare Tire Economics – Cheaper Without One?

The Ford C-Max and the Chevy Cruze Eco. What do these two vehicles - and many other models from various automakers have in common? Answer: They don't come with a spare tire. Yep, no "doughnut." You know, that thing...

How California Saves Old Tires from Landfills

California is one of the most progressive states when it comes to pushing recycling initiatives. This includes state-funded grants for municipalities and organizations to implement cost-saving and waste-reducing...

What is Siping & How Does it Work?

If you’re looking for a straightforward, cost-effective and safe method for enhancing your vehicle’s performance, siping your tires is a viable solution. This proven method for improving traction and maneuverability...

5 Easy Ways to Make Your Car Tires Last Longer

Hardly anyone likes shopping for new tires. It takes time and it costs money, so why not try to make your tires last as long as possible so that you are spared this experience? Here’s a look at how to make your tires...

Top 10 Recommended Tires for the 2015-16 Winter Season

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Winter is coming – is your car ready for the snow and ice? Now is a good time to get your winter driving checklist started, and there may be no more important accessory when it comes to driving in snowy and icy...

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