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Tips for Maintaining Your Chevy's Tires

Last updated 3 years ago

When you drive your beautiful new Chevy home from the dealership, your car will be equipped with a shiny new set of tires. Over the miles, your car’s tires will naturally experience wear and tear from the road. To keep your new Chevrolet in fantastic driving condition, it is critical to perform all of the steps of tire maintenance. If you are wondering about how you can take care of your vehicle’s tires, here is an overview of some tire maintenance tips for your Chevrolet.

Check the Pressure
Checking your tire pressure is an essential step of tire maintenance. If your tire pressure gets too low or high, you could be at risk of experiencing a flat on the road. To determine the ideal tire pressure for your Chevrolet, you can consult your owner’s manual. As a general rule, it is a good idea to check your tire pressure on a monthly basis.

Inspect Your Tread Wear
As you drive down the road, the friction from the pavement will naturally wear down your tire treads. Once your tire treads have worn down too far, the efficiency and safety of your vehicle will become compromised. Using a penny, you can easily check to see if your treads are at an appropriate depth.

Schedule Routine Rotations
When you are setting up services for your Chevrolet, it is a great idea to schedule routine tire rotations. Since front tires wear down more quickly than rear tires, rotating your tires will help your set last longer. Your mechanic can determine the best rotation pattern for your tires.

If you are shopping for a new or used Chevrolet car in the Baltimore area, be sure to pay a visit to Jerry’s Chevrolet. We are thrilled to provide our happy Baltimore customers with highly rated Chevrolet sales and services. For more information about the great car shopping experience that we have to offer you, call our sales department at (410) 661-9100. 


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