Studded Snow Tires or Regular Winter Tires: Which is Best (or Required) for You?

Tires-Easy Tire Buying Guide, Tire Financing, Winter Tires

In some areas of the country, snow tires are mandatory due to extreme weather. In others, snow tires are only recommended. And still in others, the weather gives drivers no reason for winter tires. Whether you are on vacation or moving to a new climate, let’s look at laws around the nation when it comes to studded tires, and the …

Studded Snow Tires or Regular Winter Tires: Which is Best (or Required) for You? was last modified: November 6th, 2017 by Tires-Easy

Performance tires are great choices for your sport car

Which Continental Performance Tires should I buy?

Tires-Easy Continental Tires, Tire Buying Guide, Tire Reviews

Finding the right tire for your vehicle isn’t always easy. There are hundreds of tire brands to pick from and thousands of tire styles. Narrowing you choices down to one brand, or a handful of brands, will help you not feel overwhelmed with options. One such brand you should consider for high performance vehicles and sports cars is Continental Tires.  It …

Which Continental Performance Tires should I buy? was last modified: November 13th, 2018 by Tires-Easy

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Buy New Tires, They Are Safer and Affordable Alternatives to Used Tires

Tires-Easy Tire Buying Guide, Tire Safety

According to some estimates, nearly 10% of all tires sold in the USA are used tires. Is it safe to put them on your car or truck? Not according to Consumer Reports. After researching the issue, Consumer Reports declared in April, 2013, that purchasing used tires for your vehicle is “never a good idea.” Putting used tires on your vehicle …

Buy New Tires, They Are Safer and Affordable Alternatives to Used Tires was last modified: April 15th, 2016 by Tires-Easy

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Tires and Sidewall Bubbles, Why Tire Maintenance Matters

Tires-Easy Tire Safety

A sidewall bubble means that air has somehow found its way into the internal structure of your tire and that the bonded materials that hold your tire together have become compromised. If you continue to drive on that compromised tire, the bubble will enlarge which might cause the sidewall to separate. Tire separation can produce a sudden blow out and …

Tires and Sidewall Bubbles, Why Tire Maintenance Matters was last modified: October 15th, 2018 by Tires-Easy