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After you purchase a brand new set of tires, you want to make sure you keep them in great condition so they can really go the distance. You can learn how to make your tires last longer with a few tips from our service team at Ken Garff Chevrolet. Learn more today and be sure to contact our service team with any questions.
It’s easy to get long life tires no matter what model you drive and what tires you choose as long as you stick to the recommended maintenance schedule. Maintenance is a small time commitment that pays off in a big way, ensuring that your tires are performing at their peak potential no matter where the roads may lead. These services include:
How long do tires last? Typically, tires last between four and six years with proper maintenance. Depending on how you drive and on the type of terrain you frequent, you may want to consider changing your tires more often as they can wear faster. Learning to interpret your tire’s wear and tear can help you determine when to schedule a service and when to start saving for a replacement set. Here are a few signs of wear:
Now that you know how to make your tires last longer, you’ll know when the time comes to replace them. When that time comes, schedule service with us at Ken Garff Chevrolet. With our available service specials, you can expect to save more on the services your vehicle needs.
When the time comes for a new compact SUV that offers plenty of space and innovative technology for a connected and safe ride, drivers will love the new Chevy Equinox. Learn more about the 2021 Chevy Equinox interior features and dimensions with us at Ken Garff Chevrolet, then schedule a test drive in your favorite…