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How to Properly Inflate Your Tires to Stay Safe on the Road (Part 3)

June 16th, 2017

How to Properly Inflate Your Tires to Stay Safe on the Road (Part 3)

NOTE: This is the second part of our series on tire inflation. Please click here for Part 1, and click here for part 2.

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How to Properly Inflate Your Tires to Stay Safe on the Road (Part 2)

June 15th, 2017

How to Properly Inflate Your Tires to Stay Safe on the Road (Part 2)

NOTE: This is the second part of our series on tire inflation. Please click here for Part 1.

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How to Properly Inflate Your Tires to Stay Safe on the Road (Part 1)

June 14th, 2017

How to Properly Inflate Your Tires to Stay Safe on the Road (Part 1)

Your vehicle’s tires are obviously important- and if you've ever experienced a tire blowout while driving, you know how frightening it can be. It can throw your car around, which can be disastrous if you are not able to get it back under control.



Everyone understands the importance of having tires on their vehicle, but what's odd about it is most people don't take the time to check their tires - or are not checking them frequently enough. In fact, studies show that tires are the most neglected part of a vehicle.

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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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Pros and cons of using Nitrogen to inflate your tires (Part 3)

September 13th, 2016

Pros and cons of using Nitrogen to inflate your tires (Part 3)

This is part 3 of our series on using Nitrogen to inflate your tires.

·        Click here for part one.

·        Click here for part two.

Drawbacks you can expect when using nitrogen inflation.

1. Regardless of its ability to stay put within the tire, nitrogen is s ...[more]

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Pros and cons of using Nitrogen to inflate your tires (Part 2)

September 8th, 2016

Pros and cons of using Nitrogen to inflate your tires (Part 2)

Please click here for part one of our series on nitrogen fill for your tires.

Benefits of Nitrogen tire inflation

1. Provides more consistent inflation.

As much as compressed air is still widely used, it is important to note that one of the most detrimental properties of oxygen is the permeability of its molecules. The rate at which oxygen seeps out of the tires causes them to lose up to 3PSI per month. Nitrogen has significantly larger molecules than oxygen, being as much as four times larger than oxygen molecules. 

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Pros and cons of using Nitrogen to inflate your tires (Part 1)

September 7th, 2016

Pros and cons of using Nitrogen to inflate your tires (Part 1)

Nitrogen has recently emerged as an ideal alternative for inflation of tires. As many drivers are switching from traditional air inflation, it is important to know exactly what gives nitrogen the edge over compressed air inflation and what this could mean for you.

Using Nitrogen to keep your tires inflated

·        You may wonder what the difference is filling with nitrogen since it already makes up about 78% of the air. Despite nitrogen being the main component of atmospheric air, it still contains oxygen and the noble gases. The noble gases are not really an issue here, but rather it is the lack of oxygen.

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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.

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Who’s Winning the Fuel Economy Game?

April 15th, 2016
Even though gas prices are down, comparatively speaking, right now, chances are they won’t stay that way and gas is never going to be “cheap” again. The smart money is on fuel-efficient cars, but what are the most fuel-efficient models out there?
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