Should You Put Nitrogen In Your Car’s Tires?

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Should You Put Nitrogen In Your Car’s Tires?
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Air typically features about 78 percent nitrogen, so why should you pay more to fill your car’s tires with pure nitrogen? Is there a tangible reason to spend more on this or are dealerships and auto shops just blowing hot air? Continue Reading...

Under the Hood: How Much Air Should I Put In My Tires?

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Under the Hood: How Much Air Should I Put In My Tires?
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Enough is good so even more must be better, right? That may be true when it comes to dessert and lottery winnings, but it’s not the case with tires. Extra air pressure can be both dangerous and damaging. Continue Reading...

Under the Hood – What Does the Writing On My Tires Mean?

Under the Hood – What Does the Writing On My Tires Mean?
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The average motorist doesn’t give them a second thought, but tires are mission-critical components. They’re as important to cars and trucks as spacesuits are to astronauts. Without them you literally couldn’t drive anywhere. Continue Reading...

Why Your Next Set of Tires May be Made from Weeds

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Why Your Next Set of Tires May be Made from Weeds
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When it comes to the auto industry, oil isn’t the only thing imported from foreign countries and subject to supply issues and price spikes. The same is true of the rubber in your car’s tires, though a solution could lie in a simple, resilient weed that grows freely across the American southwest. Continue Reading...

Run Flat Tires: Why You Should, or Shouldn’t, Buy Them

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Run Flat Tires: Why You Should, or Shouldn’t, Buy Them
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Maybe you’ve been in this situation: stuck on the side of a road, a punctured tire needing to be changed out for the spare one in the trunk. You have a pair of options, do you choose to change the tire yourself, or do you call for roadside assistance. Both options can take a while… Continue Reading...