If you drive an SUV or crossover, there are a lot of choices out there when it comes to buying new tires. So many, in fact, that it can be hard to know where to even start.
A good starting point, however, would be to consider what you’re actually going to use your SUV for. Do you have a 4 x 4 SUV that you expect to take off-road often? Do you think you might use it for the occasional hunting or fishing trip on dirt or gravel roads? Or is it just a grocery-getter and soccer team hauler?
Light truck tires are available that rival the best passenger car tires when it comes to all-season traction, ride quality, road manners, noise level and handling. Light truck tires are even available with low-rolling-resistance technology to help you sque ...[more]
So, you purchased a new set of tires at your local United Tire & Service. First of all, we would like to thank you for your patronage. It is because loyal customers like you that local businesses like ours are able to help keep our communities strong. Thank you!
Now would you mind if we give you a few quick pointers about your new tires?
What you need to know:
Did you know your new tires should be broken in? Yes, that's right, a break-in period - optimally 500 to 700 miles. There are a few reasons for this and they are mainly for your vehicles long term safety on your new tires.