Bridgestone all season tires using UNI-T Technology

Bridgestone’s Premium All Season Tires Use Advanced UNI-T Technology

Tires-Easy Bridgestone Tires, Tire Reviews

Bridgestone is known for developing important innovations in tire engineering. As a result, Bridgestone tires are recognized throughout the tire world as premium tires. UNI-T® and UNI-T AQ® are Bridgestone names for its groupings of several tire engineering innovations. This technology can be found on certain Bridgestone all season tires and now on a few Firestone tires, generally when the tire …

Bridgestone’s Premium All Season Tires Use Advanced UNI-T Technology was last modified: October 15th, 2018 by Tires-Easy

Nitrogen or Compressed Air – Which One is Better for Car and Truck Tires?

Tires-Easy Racing Tires, Tire Safety, Tire Technology

Both race car and airplane tires are inflated with nitrogen instead of regular compressed air, as well as some commercial truck tires. Now, many garages and tire shops are offering compressed nitrogen for your automobile and truck tires. What are the benefits from inflating tires with nitrogen? Nitrogen-filled tires hold their pressure a little longer than tires filled with regular …

Nitrogen or Compressed Air – Which One is Better for Car and Truck Tires? was last modified: April 15th, 2016 by Tires-Easy

Trailer Tires and Safety – How Much Ply Do I Need?

Tires-Easy Tire Safety, Trailer Tires

Nobody wants to experience a tire blowout while driving, especially when you are towing a valuable load. A trailer tire is designed differently than a car or truck tire as it needs to carry large or heavy (or both) loads. This means that paying attention to the ply in your trailer tire is an important factor to ensuring a safe …

Trailer Tires and Safety – How Much Ply Do I Need? was last modified: December 12th, 2016 by Tires-Easy

How to handle a tire blowout

How to Handle a Tire Blowout

Tires-Easy Tire Safety

Tire blowouts are usually the result of under inflation, which creates extra friction. More friction brings excessive heat to your tire, and over time, that heat weakens the internal tire structure. When your tire suddenly blows, it’s often when you’re traveling at high speeds with a heavy load, putting even more heat on the weakened tire. What increases my chance of a …

How to Handle a Tire Blowout was last modified: October 15th, 2018 by Tires-Easy

Dually Tires for Light Trucks That Carry a Bigger Load

Tires-Easy Dually Tires, Light Truck Tires

Carrying motorcycles in your truck bed?  Pulling a boat trailer or hauling a 5th wheeler? If the job is heavy enough, you might find yourself driving a light truck with “dually” tires, so-called because there are dual tires on each side of the rear axle to beef up the carrying capacity of the vehicle. When you purchase dual light truck …

Dually Tires for Light Trucks That Carry a Bigger Load was last modified: October 12th, 2018 by Tires-Easy