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The only thing between you and the road is your tires. In poor weather and on rough roads, nothing works harder to keep you safe than your tires. If you want to get where you need to go safely and reliably, you need to take care of your tires with regular tire service.
A car pulling to one side is more than just a minor annoyance. It can turn into a safety hazard if you momentarily take your hands off the wheel or turn around briefly to glance at your kids in the back seat.
Poor tire alignment can also cause your tires to wear unevenly and potentially lead to one failing as you're driving down the highway.
An alignment requires an adjustment of your vehicle's suspension system, so make sure to bring your vehicle to the experts at your local Meineke Car Care Center for this service.
Tire rotations help your tires wear evenly so one tire doesn't wear out before the others. It is recommended to have your tires rotated every 6,000 to 8,000 miles.
No matter how well you take care of your tires, there's a chance that they can be damaged by road debris at any time. If you have a small puncture or leak, especially on newer tires, it often makes more sense to make a repair instead of replacing your tires.
If you're driving on a spare or have a tire that keeps losing air, come in for a flat tire repair today. Your local Meineke Car Care Center is your go-to place for tire repair and replacement services.