How to Know When Your Toyota Needs New Tires
The health of your tires can turn an accident into a close call. Worn down tread, improper inflation, and unbalanced tires can all create dangerous situations on the road. Understanding the lifespan of your tires a knowing when your vehicle needs new ones can make for a safer experience out on the open road. Continue reading to learn how you can determine when your Toyota needs a new set of tires.
Inspecting Toyota Tires and Improving Lifespan
It is important that every driver inspects their vehicle’s tires regularly to check for any damage or causes of concern. A critical factor in a tire’s performance is the amount of tread left on the tire. To check that your tire has enough tread, insert a penny into the tread of one of your vehicle’s tires with Lincoln’s head upside down and facing you. If the tread does not cover any of Lincoln’s head then it is time for a replacement.
In addition to checking the tread, the tire’s air pressure should be checked each month and the tires should be rotated every 5,000 miles. It is also a good idea to have your wheels balanced every 3,000 – 6,000 miles and the alignment checked twice a year.
Steve Serra All Year Long Tire Event
If you’ve found that your Toyota is in need of a new set of tires, Serra Toyota of Decatur is the perfect place to replace your set. The Steve Serra Auto Group All Year Long Tire Event gives customers the opportunity to buy three tires and get the fourth for just $1. On top of this money-saving deal, customers will receive free nitrogen, free alignment inspections, free tire rotations for life, and free 2-year Road Hazard. These free perks add up to a complete money-saving value of $389. Interested customers can visit the service coupon page for additional details.
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Healthy tires help to keep you and your Toyota safe on the road. If you need a new set of tires for your Toyota vehicle, head over to our online service page to book an appointment to get your vehicle fitted with a new set.