car flatspotting

Flatspotting – When Your Tire Sits too Long in One Place

Tires-Easy Tire Safety, Tire Technology

It’s been another chilly week. Your car or truck is parked outside. You open the door, slide into the seat, click into the seat belt, turn the key, and off you go. Except instead of the smooth ride you expected, it’s all bumps and thumps and the car seems to be vibrating. The chances are your tires developed flats spots …

Flatspotting – When Your Tire Sits too Long in One Place was last modified: January 27th, 2017 by Tires-Easy

Tire Recycling

Tire Recycling Matters

Tires-Easy Tire Technology

Americans will dispose of somewhere near 300 million worn out tires this year. That’s a lot of scrap tires, especially if you add this year’s millions to all the discarded millions from last year, and the year before that, and the year before that and so on and so forth. Tires are made to be strong and indestructible. Biodegrading is …

Tire Recycling Matters was last modified: April 15th, 2016 by Tires-Easy

tires

Scrap Tires As Fuel And A New Idea To Make It Better

Tires-Easy Tire Technology

Scientists are now working to turn scrap tires into a clean synthetic gas to be used as fuel. The problem isn’t how to make the gas, the problem is how to make it affordable. How Do They Make Synthetic Gas From Scrap Tires? Synthetic gas can be made with pyrolysis.  In other words, you take organic materials, in this case …

Scrap Tires As Fuel And A New Idea To Make It Better was last modified: April 15th, 2016 by Tires-Easy

Trailer Tires – Bias or Radial?

Tires-Easy Tire Technology, Trailer Tires

It’s time for new trailer tires and one of your decisions is whether to purchase bias or radial tires. That decision generally boils down to whether price is most important, or whether you are more concerned about how the tires handle on the road. Bias tires are less expensive. Trailer owners sometimes say that because trailer tires are followers, that …

Trailer Tires – Bias or Radial? was last modified: May 17th, 2017 by Tires-Easy

motorcycle tires

What if the Shape of My Tires Change During Shipping?

Tires-Easy ATV Tires, Tire Safety, Tire Technology

Sometimes small tires, like wheelbarrow tires, lawnmower tires and even ATV tires, are pressed together when they are shipped. Many tire manufacturers keep their small tire pricing down by literally squeezing more tires into their trucks to reduce shipping costs. At the tire stores, you never see the tires that were crushed together during shipping. When you purchase small tires online, however, …

What if the Shape of My Tires Change During Shipping? was last modified: April 15th, 2016 by Tires-Easy