If your tire treads have worn down, your tires are over six years old, or they’ve been exposed to extreme temperatures like cold and/or heat, it may be time to replace them. After all, new tires with good treads will grip the road and enable your car to handle better in all weather conditions, keeping you and passengers safer.
If you’re not sure how to go about selecting new tires, consider the tips below:
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