Why call The Auto Pro if you need new tires for your car, truck or SUV in licking County, Ohio?

Your car, SUV, truck, or crossover is the foundation of your life. You build your world upon it and rely upon solid braking, grippy tires, and quick acceleration when it’s needed. Yet, many take their vehicles for granted and do the bare minimum to keep them going. Instead of spending a few dollars more to ensure their safety and to keep their autos running like new, they will neglect their vehicles.

Why is The Auto Pro the Go-To Shop for Tires?

When you need tires, it can be hard to sort out the tires that wear out quickly, vibrate, slide, and make a lot of noise from the quality tires. Although price plays a role in how tires are ranked, most drivers are looking for the best value. They don’t want the most expensive tires but still want something that is on par with the best.

At The Auto Pro, in Licking County, Ohio, we only sell high-quality tires that we know that our customers will enjoy. We also take the time to ensure that those tires will hold up. We can check your alignment and check your current tires for any unusual signs of wear. There are different types of tire wear symptoms that cause different issues.

Scalloped tires, zigzag patterns, excessive wear on the inner edge, and excessive wear on the outer edge all point to different types of alignment problems and balancing issues. When we sell a set of tires, we want to ensure the complete satisfaction of our customers. Therefore, we make every effort to ensure that our customers are making the right choice and have no other issues that will wear the tires down prematurely.

We are also the go-to shop for tires because we carry a large selection. We carry fuel-saver tires that extend gas mileage. We carry winter tires, and hybrids that perform well in all seasons but are engineered to perform better in the snow than typical all-season tires.

A good quality tire usually has a deep tread and is designed to repel water out of the way. You will not have to worry about hydroplaning and spinning out like you would with cheap or worn tires. Quality tires also are made of a pliable vulcanized rubber. This rubber grips the road better but does not wear down too fast.

How Do I Know When My Tires Need Replacing?

The easiest test is the penny test. You insert a regular copper penny into the tire tread. If you see Lincoln’s hair, then you are well past due for new tires. If you can see his head, then you still should act fast to replace the tires before you hydroplane or find yourself slipping and sliding all over the road.

You should also replace the tires if they are not wearing evenly and correct the problem before you drive on the new tires. In addition, even the tire manufacturers recommend tire replacement every five to eight years, even if they have good tread and look fine. This is because the materials start to decompose and weaken over time. They can blow out at high speeds and cause an accident.