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

 

Safety Check: How’s Your Tire Pressure?

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The goblins, ghouls, and tricks have passed, and we played it safe with our lighting safety check. Now as we roll through November, the treats still continue! We start to gobble up the miles as we prepare for our feasts in a few short weeks. As we gather around the table to give thanks, this Thanksgiving, we want everyone to get there safe.

We can overlook the many miles we will gobble up with last minute trips to the store, cooking a little of this and preparing a little of that. Picking up the kids and dropping them off, going back out for those items we forgot, and last minute guests that need a place to sit.
It’s time for our next safety tip.

Tire checks are an essential safety check that can easily be overlooked this busy holiday season. Maintaining the correct tire pressure is vital for the safety of you, your family and everyone around you as you travel the roads.

Gobbling up extra miles over the holidays, our tires loose wear that can cause tears, flats and even blowouts if tires are not properly maintained.
Thanksgiving is one of the most massive traveling holidays of the year (information found via AAA, link provided below).

Let’s continue to keep everyone safe by stopping into to see the experts at Trinity Auto Worx for their tire safety special:

Free tire inspection (including spare tire) with an oil change or service.

Traveling information found at AAA.com
https://newsroom.aaa.com/2017/11/nearly-51-million-americans-travel-thanksgiving-highest-volume-dozen-years/

Halloween and Auto Safety

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Halloween is upon us, so let’s not forget about automobile safety within our communities. We tend to get busy and forget about our vehicles and how they impact the community and safety of our children. With kids and families out trick or treating, our vehicles should be maintained for the safety of all. Take the extra steps to make sure your brakes are up to par and yours lights are working properly. Be sure you are well lit so no one gets hit!

No tricks! Our treat to you is to offer a safety inspection right away.
$10 off any service between now and Halloween.
(Safety Inspection included with service, free of charge)

Contact us today to schedule an appointment!

service@trinityautoworx.com
(727) 753-8586