Let’s spend a few minutes talking about tires. A friend of mine once said to me, “I don’t know much about cars, but I know that the tires are the only part of it that actually touch the road, so they’re pretty important.” I’d never really thought about it, but she’s absolutely right. If you’ve been neglecting to check your tire pressure, are due for a rotation, or have some worn tires that should be replaced, there’s no time like National Tire Safety Week to finally get that essential maintenance done.
The RMA (Rubber Manufacturers Association) recently conducted a survey of drivers to see how on top of things they are when it comes to the only part of their car that touches the road, and their finding are pretty interesting.
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