It’s important to keep the proper air pressure in your tires at all times, and rotate your tires as needed. Keep your tires balanced and front end aligned. If your car is going to sit for periods of time without being driven, it’s best to get the car off the ground and on jack stands so the tires don’t get flat spot.
All tires have a date code. If your tire is 10 years or older, it’s time to buy new ones for your car. With radial tires that are 10 years or older, and driven on the highway, the tires could get hot, and you risk the possibility of the radial coming apart. If this happens, it can cause an accident or damage to your car.
We recommend that you inspect your tires for dry rot or cracking on a regular basis, and if you notice they are, it’s time to replace them.