Taking care of your tires is just as important as getting your oil changed. Both can help extend the life of your vehicle. When the days are long and hot, your tires can take a beating, especially since people tend to drive more during the summer. The days are longer, you drive around more and often take road trip vacations. When you have this kind of wear and tear on your vehicle, a tire rotation, brake pad inspection or vehicle alignment could be needed sooner than expected. At Tim’s Truck Capital and Auto Sales in Epsom NH, our service team can help make sure your tires are ready to tackle any summer adventure.
Why You Should Rotate Your Tires
When you rotate each tire from one wheel to another, you can even out any extra wear and tear that a specific wheel experiences. For most trucks and cars, the outer edges of the front tires lean over more when turning and have more surface area exposed. Without routine tire rotations, the increased strain will result in the need for your front tires to be replaced earlier than the back ones. Since most tire stores offer discounts when you buy a full set of four, this means tire rotations can actually save you money.
Have you ever been driving and noticed that your car “pulls” to one side of the other? This is a sign that your wheels need alignment. An improper wheel alignment occurs when the wheels are no longer in a normal perpendicular position. The erratic movements caused by driving along bumps, holes or rough roads can throw your tires out of alignment. This will cause your tires to wear out more and even result in lower gas mileage.
Tim’s Truck Capital: Wheel Alignment And More
At Tim’s Truck Capital, you’ll find great used trucks NH and used cars NH for sale. You’ll also find a great service department that can keep your ride running great for years to come. Whether you need your wheels aligned, a brake job or want to order genuine OEM parts for your truck or vehicle, our factory-trained service technicians are here to help you.
904 Suncook Valley Hwy
Epsom, NH 03234