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How To Inspect Your Tires

May 23rd, 2017

It’s way too easy to just forget about your tires and take them for granted…right up to the point where something goes wrong. It’s important to keep up on their condition, though, and know what to look for! Here’s a quick rundown of the best ways to inspect your tires:Tires in NY

Regularly get a close look at the sidewalls and check for bulges, cracking (some cracking due to age is normal), gouges and scrapes. The sidewalls are pretty tough and can withstand curb scrapes, but use your own judgment as to what constitutes more serious damage. You’ll know.

Get a close look at the tread surface and run your hand over it to feel for irregularities. A “feathered” or “sawtooth” feel to the tread face can be an indicator of suspension problems, as ...[more]

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What Tires Are Best For My SUV?

February 11th, 2017
Tough question, but we'll do our best on it!
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Tires...So Many Kinds Of Tires

July 22nd, 2016
There are so many kinds of tires, at so many different price points. Which ones are best for your vehicle?
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The Scoop on Used Tires; Your FAQ Answered

April 20th, 2016

 

FAQ about 106 St Tire & Wheel’s used tires...a price friendly way to a safer ride!

Where do used tires come from?

Take a look around after the carnage of the flooding, mud slides, tornados? Millions of dollars in ruined vehicles are scattered about like MatchBox cars...cars, trucks, vans and more all ruined because of damage from fallen trees, mud and flooding.

When flood water gets inside your car, inside your engine and your interior everything is ruined. Flood water carries with it not only waste water but also street water containing spillage from leaking transmissions, oil leaks, antifreeze, over-flooding sewers, etc.

Interiors are ...[more]

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5 Quick Tips: TPMS, Tire Inflation, Safety

February 29th, 2016

According to federal law, new cars must be equipped with Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS). Federal laws were passed to improve safety and add this system because improperly inflated tires cause accidents, property damage, lost time at work and, most seriously, LIVES.


Properly inflated tires have more traction, extend the live of you expensive tires, brake better and give you better mileage.

In American, over 10,000 accidents a year are caused by improperly inflated tires! 106 St Tire and Wheel take this seriously as should you and therefore we provide free tire pressure checks are always available. We're TPMS experts and can replace sensors and do sensor resets.

  • improves traction 
  • improves gas mileage 
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Need Tires? WE HAVE THE DEAL FOR YOU!

February 22nd, 2016

free with purchase of 4 tires at all 106 St Tire locations:

FREE wheel alignment

FREE tire mounting

FREE tire balancing

FREE valves if needed

FREE tire rotations for the life of your purchased tires

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Need new tires? We got THE deal for you!

February 22nd, 2016

free with the purchase of 4 tires at all 106 St Tire locations:

FREE wheel alignment

FREE tire mounting

FREE tire balancing

FREE valves if needed

FREE tire rotations for the life of your purchased tires

FREE nitrogen- ...[more]

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When Did You Last Check Your Spare Tire?

February 9th, 2016

 

By definition, your spare tire is exactly that, a spare in case of an emergency. Meanwhile while we wait for an emergency, we forget to check on our spare tire simply because it's not needed........yet. And when it's needed, it might not be ready to do its job because many of us

don't do what we have to do to keep our cars, tires, brakes, etc in good condition....in a word: ...[more]

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All Season vs Winter Tires, Pt II

January 22nd, 2016

Take a look at this test sponsored by Bridgestone and author Jason Torchinsky

In this great demo video you can see the difference on an ice skating rink with specially designed trike tires. 

Remember, as we stated, winter tires are composed of different materials than all seaon tires, they have special treads and patterns meant to push snow away from your tires making them better handling, safer tires in the snow and ice.

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All Season vs Winter Tires

January 15th, 2016

Winter's cold weather causes the rubber tread on all season or summer tire to stiffen and does not provide sufficient traction for wintry conditions. Tire design in tread rubber of winter tires are designed to remain flexible allowing the tire to grip the road better. And its not just tread design, its also the composition of the tire.

It's not uncommon for drivers to think a tire is a tire. However, that is not true.

Tires vary in composition, in tread depth and design and more, all suited for a specific driving purpose and need. Many cars leave the factory with all season tires. Those tires provide a fairly quiet ride, have good tread life and get good fuel economy. They are popular as all season tires offer flexible performance on a bevy of road services having been specifically designed to per ...[more]

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