Are Your Tires Tired Of Treading Lightly?

Performance is everything when it comes to maneuvering your car around town and on the highway. If you are looking for increased traction, steering and grip on the road, here are a few tips for you.
Check Your Tire Pressure
Every month you should check your tire pressure. Even pressure on all of your tires promotes better handling, better fuel economy, and better performance all around. Remember to check your spare tire; you don't want to be stuck on the side of the road because your flat is flat!
What Tire Pressure To Use?
The tire pressure listed on the sidewall of your tire is the recommendation for maximum load capacity; it might not be the right pressure to run your car as a daily driver. You will want to check your vehicle's owner's manual for recommended tire pressure before airing up your tires. You can also often find tire pressure recommendations listed on the side of your car driver's door jam.
Rotate hose Babies
Although the recommended miles for tire rotation varies from 3,000-7,000 miles. What works for you and your family should be fine, as long as you rotate your tires regularly. Some tire shops offer free rotations, so take them up on it, it will only cost you time.
She Needs An Alignment
What is an alignment? Your car's suspension is connected to the wheels, which is adjustable to ensure your tires are wearing and making solid contact with the pavement. Keep an eye and an ear out for vibrations or your steering wheel off of center when driving straight, these are indications that your alignment may be off.
Is It Time To Replace My Tires?
How do we know when it is time to replace the tires? Check your tread depth with a penny. If you can see all of Lincoln's head, then it is time for a new set of tires. You can also measure the tread depth when it reaches 1/16 inch; you are due. There are other indications for needing a set of tires such as poor handling, vibrations, poor fuel economy, or slower response time when stepping on the brake pedal, or if your tires are losing air.

We at Foreign Autohaus are happy to help! Schedule an appointment or give us a call if you have any questions about your tires or if you are in need of service. Foreign Autohaus is conveniently located at 301 Blue Ravine Rd., Folsom, CA 95630. We look forward to serving you and your vehicle soon.


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