Texasland Tire Blog
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- Questions You Shouldn’t Be Afraid to Ask Your Auto Repair Tech
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- Get The Most Out Of That Set Of Tires
- Winter Safety Tips – Don’t End Up In the Ditch!
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- 9 Tips for your Spring Vehicle Checkup
- Why Schedule Regular Oil Changes For Your Vehicle?
- Don’t Let Tire Problems Put the Brakes on Your Valentine’s Date
- Five Tips for Thanksgiving Travel
- Daylight Saving Ends - Check Your Vehicle Lights
- Don't Be Scared By Auto Repair - Fall Car Care Tips
- How to Avoid Tire Blowouts
- Stay Ahead of Brake Repairs
- Invest in the Future of any Vehicle with TPMS - Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems
- Is it Time for a Tire Rotation?
- Back-to-School Car Maintenance Checklist
- Summer Heat
- Is it Time for New Tires?
- Keep Your Cool This Summer
How to Avoid Tire Blowouts
Stay Ahead of Brake Repairs
July 6th, 2016
Staying current with brake inspection is imperative to avoid costly repairs or replacements. Most major malfunctions and repairs can be avoided with routine maintenance, coupled with driver awareness. Learn signs of needed brake repairs such as: noises, smells and other vehicle malfunctions. Through driver awareness of these symptoms, problems can be easily detected to prevent long-term damages. Use these following tips to detect early signs of needed brake repair and, when these signs appear, consult your auto repair specialist immediately.
Sound: Unfamiliar noises such as: squealing, rubbing, and screeching are typical symptoms of brake pad or brake shoe malfunction. Inspecting curious noises produced from brake systems ...
As most drivers can contest firsthand, tires are not invincible. Composed from many separate layers of steel-encased rubber fabrics and durable materials, tires eventually wear down and can cause vehicle owners costly repairs or even replacement. Understanding what measures should be taken to properly maintain tires will both lengthen tire life and support vehicle functionality and longevity. Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) introduce revolutionary tire protection technology to constantly report on tire pressure in each tire for vehicle safety and sustainability.
Without assistance from a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS), tires become more susceptible to avoidable damages due to low tire pressure. In the United States, according to N ...
Is it Time for a Tire Rotation?
July 6th, 2016
Tire rotation is an easy maintenance item that has long term benefits for any vehicle. When properly maintained, tire rotations can improve fuel economy, extend tire life and provide drivers better handling through improved stability. Frequently servicing vehicles with tire rotations is imperative to sustaining tire tread by ensuring all tires are used evenly without excessive wear to one section or another.
Normal tread wear is unavoidable due to uneven vehicle weight dispersal, vehicle performance, etc. Without tire rotations, tires continue to wear on the same areas over and over, causing irreversible damage to tire tread which drastically decreases tire life. Engine weight accounts for a major portion of vehicle weight, causing front tires to wear significantly faster than back tires. ...