- September 11, 2018
- By Elite RV & Car Care
- In Tires
Just recently, a tragic auto accident in New Mexico claimed the lives of 8 people due to a blown tire of a semi-truck, which caused the 18 wheeler to veer into oncoming traffic and collide with a Greyhound bus. New Mexico State Police indicated that the semi-truck was traveling east on Interstate 40 Thursday afternoon
With school back in session and all that goes with that – early mornings, after school activities, shuttling kids to and from school – it’s an exciting time of year for parents, teachers and children. It’s also very busy, which means there’s less time for caring for your car. We’ve all been there at one
Driving is a daily routine for almost 90% of Americans. It is estimated that there are 222 million licensed drivers in the United States. With that many drivers there are an estimated 1.7 billion tires in use across the nation! Tires are an important component of your vehicle. When it comes to tires they should
Do you have used tire that you just took off of your vehicle, or old tires that have been sitting idly in your garage or on your property? If so, it is a good time to take action to clean up those useless tires. In Harris County, you cannot simply toss tires in the trash.
You should always have good tires on your vehicle. Unfortunately, many major auto accidents happen because of worn out or damaged tires. Of course, like most car owners, you also don’t want to be spending tons of your hard-earned cash on a new set of tires every other year. We have good news for you.