Maintaining Your Tires – Tire Maintenance Schedule

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The maintenance of your vehicles tires should be a priority for everyone on the road. If you are unsure about the steps and frequency of tire maintenance, this article from Trinity AutoWorx will help you out!

How often should you inspect your tires?

Tire maintenance can he a hot topic among car enthusiasts. If you are vehicle owner, it is your responsibility to look after the condition of your tires as a part of your regular vehicle maintenance. For those of you who want to get a head start on your tire maintenance; frequency, and tips, read on to review the best information.

Tires play an important role in maintaining your cars balance while driving. Without proper pressure in your tires, there is a huge risk of losing steering balance and hitting other vehicles on the road. Apart from assuring safety, adequately maintained tires also help in refining the feel of the car while driving. Instead of inviting peril at your doorstep, it is recommended to look after your tire’s condition at periodic intervals.

As far as the maintenance of your tires is concerned, it is generally advisable to take your vehicle in to have your tired rotated and balanced every 6 months, or every 6000 to 8000 miles, depending on your driving habits and road conditions.

Trinity Auto Repair Service at Trinity AutoWorx - Jeep TireBest Practices for Tire Maintenance

Some of the best practices for tire maintenance include:

  • Check the pressure of each of your vehicles tires to ensure it is as the recommended level.
  • Locate and review your vehicles owner’s manual to find tire pressure recommendations and ensure that you follow them.
  • Regularly inspect your vehicles tires by going a quick walk around of the vehicle before driving it.
  • Make sure to see your trusted auto adviser, Trinity AutoWorx, if you suspect or notice  any problems with your tires.

 

Looking for Trinity Auto Repair services? Trinity AutoWorx is your family owned and community trusted provider of auto repair services in Trinity, Odessa, Longleaf and Starkey Ranch. Feel free to stop in to our shop or give us a call with any questions you might have.

Trinity Auto Worx
11570 Pyramid Drive
Odessa, Florida 33556
(727) 753-8586

Hours
Monday – Friday: 8:00 am – 5:30 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Sunday: Closed

service@trinityautoworx.com

 

Pedal Commander

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The Pedal Commander is The World’s Most Advanced Adjustable Throttle Response Controller System that removes response delays on your electronic accelerator pedal. Effectively, it allows your engine to respond faster so your car can accelerate faster! You paid lots of money for a serious vehicle; when you press your gas pedal, it shouldn’t feel like you are pressing a sponge. Haven’t you ever noticed that older cars tend to be more responsive, before digital pedals? We’re giving you that response back!

Pedal Commander has 4 different control modes: Eco, City, Sport, and Sport+ . Each control mode has 8 adjustable levels to work with. These different settings are what provide drivers with unique acceleration control in their vehicles.

– Easy Installation / (Free in South Florida)
– OEM Factory Plugs
– Individual Programming
– User-Friendly and Adjustable
– Eco,City,Sport & Sport + Modes
– Removes All Disadvantages of Electronic Gas Pedals
– CE and TUV Certified
– Never Voids Your Factory Warranty
– Excellent Customer Service
– 30 Day 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed or your Money Back. No Questions Asked

Interested? Trinity Auto Worx has them available now! Drop us an e-mail at service@trinityautoworx.com or feel free to give us a call at 727-753-8586.

Thank you for trusting us with all of your Trinity Auto Repair needs!