Your Chevy Buick GMC tires were specifically chosen for your vehicle to handle a variety of driving and weather conditions. This careful attention to detail makes your tires one of the most important safety features on your Chevy Buick GMC car, SUV, truck or crossover. Different types of tires can perform better or worse—depending on conditions—so it’s important to understand how they work and your Parts advisor at Ed Morse Chevy Buick GMC Rolla Service in Rolla serving the surrounding areas like St. Roberts, Cuba, Salem, Steelville and Vienna, MO and surrounding areas can you help you pick the right tires for your vehicle.
WHAT CAUSES TIRE WEAR?
There are many factors that can cause tire wear on your Chevrolet tires, such as your driving style and tire maintenance habits. New tires are absolutely needed when the tread wear indicators appear. A tire’s built-in tread wear indicators look like narrow strips of smooth rubber across the tread and become visible as the tire surface wears.
Types of Tires
Your Chevy Buick GMC tires were specifically chosen for your vehicle to handle a variety of driving and weather conditions. This careful attention to detail makes your tires one of the most important safety features on your Chevy Buick GMC vehicle. Different types of tires can perform better or worse depending on conditions so it’s important to understand how they work. At Ed Morse Chevy Buick GMC Rolla Service we will show you different kind of GM tires and how best they can be used and maintained. Here are some types:
All-terrain tires provide good performance on most road surfaces, in most weather conditions, and for off-road driving. The tread pattern on these tires may wear more quickly than others. Consider rotating these tires more frequently than the recommended 7,500 miles if you notice irregular wear.
Run-flat tires can be driven on with no air pressure. There is no need to stop to change the tire. Continue driving, but not too far or too fast. Driving on the tire may not be possible if there is permanent damage. To prevent permanent damage, keep speeds below 50 mph.
All-season tires are for year-round use and feature a blend of technologies that make use of different compounds and detailed tread configurations, designed for most driving conditions such as snow, rain, heat, cold, etc. These tires offer good overall performance on most road surfaces and in most weather conditions.
If you want to know more about the tires then bring your vehicle to us for inspection and tire service.