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Hit the road with new car tires from Sears
Your car is built to last and your tires should keep turning as long as they can too. While you may keep your car for many years, your tires will need to be replaced at least once. It's important to check your tires regularly for worn treads, holes or cracks in the sidewall. Sears can help you find the best replacement car tires for your vehicle.
It's crucial to keep your car regularly maintained in order to maximize its lifespan. Checking the oil, brakes and engine are just as important as checking the tires, which is why replacing them at the right time can often be overlooked. You should always do routine maintenance to your tires by checking the tire pressure, rotating them and inspecting the depth of the treads to make sure that you're driving with the safest tires possible. If your tires aren't regularly rotated or filled with the right amount of air, they can wear out unevenly, which causes a dip in fuel economy and performance and leaves your tires susceptible to blowout.
Driving and safety go hand-in-hand. You want to make sure that you're always as safe as you can be when you're on the road. The quality of your tires can affect braking, turning and driving on slick surfaces. In the winter, you want to make sure that you have solid treads for the best grip on the icy snow-filled streets. Tires also protect your wheels from incurring unnecessary damage from surrounding elements. Once the tires start wearing down or you find bubbles in the sidewall, it's time to get a new tire or tires.
Replacing your tires can be a necessity if your treads are worn down too much or your sidewall is on the verge of a blowout. When you replace a single tire or all four tires, it's important that you find the best ones for your car. Different brands offer a variety of features, whether you're looking at the shape and size of treads, the size of the wheels or the durability of the tire. You can even find seasonal tires like summer and winter tires that work well in specific weather conditions.
When it's time to find the right kind of tires, you want brands you can trust. Sears carries top of the line brands like Goodyear, Cooper and Michelin for your vehicle. Shop today for the best selection of car tires so you can keep driving safely, no matter where the road takes you.