You probably already heard about nitrogen filled tires. If not, you didn't miss much, but if you did, this article will throw some light on this topic. First thing first The nitrogen is the chemical element of atomic number 7, a colorless, odorless (at least for us...read more
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Imperfections in a tire or wheel cause vibration in the assembly as it rotates at high speed. The extra weight creates more centrifugal force in that particular area, and throws the assembly off balance. These uneven forces cause wheel noise, vibration in the passenger compartment, and additional wear on steering and suspension components, bearings, and tires.read more
What’s worse than a flat tire? The sinking realization that you have no way to fix it. That’s the situation more American motorists may find themselves in as 36 percent of 2015 models are sold without a spare tire, according to new research from AAA. That’s a steep...read more
Just by virtue of their size and numbers, about 268 million a year, tires would quickly overwhelm landfills if no attempts were made at finding ways to recycle them. To make things worse, their shape exacerbates things by making them terrific receptacles for...read more
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again and again: If you live in a state that experiences winter, you should invest in a good set of winter tires. Yes, even if you’ve been driving in snow your whole life. Yes, even if your car has all-wheel drive. This is easy...read more