It’s that time of year again where the temperature rises and winter tires are taken off to hibernate for another season. It’s often an exciting event comparable to putting away your winter clothes and taking out your spring shoes and jacket. Just how you’re careful to store your winter gear, you should also store your winter tires with care to prevent dames. Here are some tips for storing your winter tires.
Leaving the house no longer requires 5 different layers of thermal underwear, jackets, boots, scarves and hats. The snow is quickly melting, and the open road begins calling us once again. Over the past few months, we’ve been driving on winter tires. While winter tires and their common black steel rim counterparts work fine in the winter, summer tires exist for a reason. When it comes time for better dry grip and longer lasting treads, it’s time to switch to summer tires. Shopping for winter tires is easy, the most grip you can get for your buck is the clear choice. Summer tires offer a bit more complexity and choices, so Gary’s is here with our handy tire buying guide!