We also offer a number of maintenance options which will keep your car healthy.
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Mounting and removing a tire from a wheel requires specialized equipment and knowledge. Tires have markings, generally referred to as the ‘GG ring’, and when installed this marking needs to be checked to make certain that the tire’s bead is seated correctly.
Wheels are typically equipped with a rib that locks the tire’s bead in place, good fitment will ensure the best outcome in the event of rapid deflation and will ensure good wear and handling. Also, remember that tires are often required to rotate in a set direction.
Wheel balance refers to the proper distribution of weight around a revolving tire and wheel assembly.
Poor wheel balance can have a marked impact on both your car and your safety.
Many valve stems are made of a rubber material that can deteriorate over time due to weather and exposure to sunlight so you need to make sure they’re in good shape.
A crack or a leak in your valve stem is as bad as running over a nail. Because they are small, many drivers often forget about their valve stems.
Tires tend to wear unevenly. Front tires tend to wear most on their outside edges. But, all tires can wear unevenly due to even the slightest imbalance or misalignment.
To get the most from your tires, it’s a good idea to have them rotated every 6 months or 6,000 miles. It’s important to have your tires rotated regularly, especially if you have a front wheel drive. It makes your tires last longer and wear evenly.
Included in your service:
When winter comes, you may want to get a set of snow tires made especially for cold weather to make your vehicle safer.
Let Zoom Tire install your snow tires or help you pick out the right ones for your vehicle. Service includes removal of one set of tires and replacing them with another.
Whenever you inflate, change or rotate any tires, you need to recalibrate the system.
Tire disposal is a contentious environmental issue. If disposed of in normal land fill they tend to rise to the surface.
If left unburied they become a home for vermin and insect pests. Most states and countries require that tires be disposed of by licensed scrap merchants. There are some ingenious methods of reducing tires to a more manageable state which include shredding as well as freezing then smashing.