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Even though you have kept up with frequent tire service, all of a sudden it seems that you have had too many flat tires in the last few months! One more tire repair may leave you driving on bad tires so it’s time to replace your old tires! The problem is, that choosing the right tire can be confusing due to the many different brands and types with prices ranging from low to high.

The starting place in choosing new tires is to check your owner’s manual. Before you actually make a decision, do a little research regarding mileage expectancy, warranties, and other specifications. With today’s computers, it is easy to find out information published by tire manufacturers. When it comes to buying tires, you really do get what you pay for so buy the highest quality tire that fits your budget.

These questions will help you decide on the right tires for your vehicle:

  • What is the purpose of the tire (all-weather, snow)?
  • How many miles do you drive in a year?
  • What kind of road do you typically drive on (gravel, dirt, smooth pavement, mountainous terrain, etc.)?
  • What kind of climate or weather do you live in (salty ocean air, icy roads)?
  • Do you know to store tires when not in use?

How often should tires be replaced? Generally, tire repair technicians recommend replacing tires about every six years (more often if you drive more than the average driver). Most tire warranties expire at 10 years, so regardless of tread depth, it is important to replace your old tires. Each time you take your car into your auto shop for other services, ask your mechanic to take a look at the condition of your tires and give you an estimate of how much longer your tires will last.

A word of advice: Regardless of mileage, if you notice any signs that your tires are going bad, such as excessive and unusual vibrations or hard steering, head to your auto shop for a needed tire repair, or possibly new tires.

Have more questions about how often should tires be replaced? Contact our ASE Certified Technicians at Cannon Auto Repair today for more information about purchasing new tires and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop serves vehicle owners in Cannon Falls, MN, and the surrounding areas.

Wondering how often should tires be replaced? The certified auto technicians at Cannon Auto Repair will be happy to help you choose new tires for your car.

Even though you have kept up with frequent tire service, all of a sudden it seems that you have had too many flat tires in the last few months! One more tire repair may leave you driving on bad tires so it’s time to replace your old tires! The problem is, that choosing the right tire can be confusing due to the many different brands and types with prices ranging from low to high.

The starting place in choosing new tires is to check your owner’s manual. Before you actually make a decision, do a little research regarding mileage expectancy, warranties, and other specifications. With today’s computers, it is easy to find out information published by tire manufacturers. When it comes to buying tires, you really do get what you pay for so buy the highest quality tire that fits your budget.

These questions will help you decide on the right tires for your vehicle:

  • What is the purpose of the tire (all-weather, snow)?
  • How many miles do you drive in a year?
  • What kind of road do you typically drive on (gravel, dirt, smooth pavement, mountainous terrain, etc.)?
  • What kind of climate or weather do you live in (salty ocean air, icy roads)?
  • Do you know to store tires when not in use?

How often should tires be replaced? Generally, tire repair technicians recommend replacing tires about every six years (more often if you drive more than the average driver). Most tire warranties expire at 10 years, so regardless of tread depth, it is important to replace your old tires. Each time you take your car into your auto shop for other services, ask your mechanic to take a look at the condition of your tires and give you an estimate of how much longer your tires will last.

A word of advice: Regardless of mileage, if you notice any signs that your tires are going bad, such as excessive and unusual vibrations or hard steering, head to your auto shop for a needed tire repair, or possibly new tires.

Have more questions about how often should tires be replaced? Contact our ASE Certified Technicians at Cannon Auto Repair today for more information about purchasing new tires and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop serves vehicle owners in Cannon Falls, MN, and the surrounding areas.

Ron Stanko
Cannon Auto RepairAuto Repair Shop in Cannon Falls, MN

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1709 Minnesota 20, Cannon Falls, MN 55009507-263-2120info@cannonautorepair.com
Mon:08:00am - 5:00pm
Tue:08:00am - 5:00pm
Wed:08:00am - 5:00pm
Thu:08:00am - 5:00pm
Fri:08:00am - 5:00pm
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