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5 Things to Look For in a New Tire

It's inevitable. If you drive your car on a regular basis, your tires are going to wear out. Sooner or later you're going to have to shop for new ones. But do you know what to look for in a new tire?

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  • What is the purpose of a tire sidewall?

    What is the purpose of a tire sidewall?

    The main purpose of a tire sidewall is to provide lateral stability. You can learn more about the functions of a tire sidewall by reading this article. See more »

  • When you vulcanize a tire, what do you do to it?

    When you vulcanize a tire, what do you do to it?

    Once a tire has all its components assembled, it’s still only a green tire, without any tread patterns or markings. You can learn more about a tire’s vulcanization process from this article. See more »

  • Why don't they use normal air in race car tires?

    Why don't they use normal air in race car tires?

    Race car tires don't use regular air. Find out what race car teams are using in their tires instead of air. See more »

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