At some point all tires may need repair or replacement. When the tires are too damaged for repairs, or the tread is very thin, it becomes essential to replace them for vehicle and passenger safety. According to most manufacturers, and even the law in most provinces, your tires should be replaced when the tread depth reaches 4/32” on winter tires and 2/32″ on summer tires. If your tread depth wears to those levels, your tires are considered bald and a safety hazard.
Our experienced team has been in the auto servicing industry since 1951 and we pride ourselves on having the latest equipment and training as well as great old fashioned service so Clair Downey Service in Sidney is a great option for new tires and tire repair. We are competitively priced and can supply tires from all the leading brands like Michelin, BF Goodrich and Toyo.
As long as the tire is repairable, we can perform repairs. Be it patch plugs, flat tire, puncture or any other kind of repair; we have got your back. Our team is certified to undertake tire repairs, and all our services are carried out as per industry standards. Make sure you contact us next time you are looking to buy a new set of tires or repair a flat tire.
Tires face the worst of weather, friction, and pressure every day and are essential for your vehicle’s safety. At Clair Downey Service, we understand that proper care and timely intervention can help you save money and avoid accidents when it comes to tires. Here are some tips that you can follow:
Ensure that you get your tire alignment checked at least once a year.
Avoid running your vehicle on low tire pressure.
Try to get your tires rotated & rebalanced whenever you get an oil change.
If you have followed all this and still feel that your tires aren’t working well, it might be time to replace them. Here are some signs that suggest you need to change your tires:
Your tires should be replaced when the tread depth reaches 4/32” on winter tires and 2/32″ on summer tires.
Tires are constantly exposed to friction and the elements. After a certain period, it can get too much for your tires to handle and constant unexplained air leaks and punctures can be a sign.