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TIRE STORAGE PROGRAM
Great news! Myers Orléans Chev Buick GMC has a program that is designed to take the hassle out of your seasonal tire storage routine.
How does the program work? Bring your vehicle in to our Service Department and we’ll conveniently store your off season tires and install your current tires and/or rims. If you require purchasing new Summer, Winter, or all season tires, you will receive complementary tire storage for the first season. It’s never been easier to get a tire change in Orléans from Myers Orléans Chevrolet Buick GMC!
We offer a secure storage facility that saves you time and space when coming in to have your tires switched each season.
To find out more, call our Service Consultants at (613)-834-6397 or schedule your next service appointment.
We will meet or BEAT any competitor’s written quote on the same make & brand of tires and/or steel/alloy wheels
Different Kinds of Tread Pattern
Different Kinds of Tire Wear
Tread Depths: How To Measure
- With the quarter test
- With a tread depth gauge
- With a tread depth gauge
1. Put the edge of the coin into the tread, with the Queen going in head first.
2. If the top of the Queen's head is covered by tread, that's good.If the top of her head is entirely visible, it's time to replace the tire.
All Season vs Winter Tires
Reasons to Change Your All-Season Tires
The air our tires encounter at highway speeds can easily be compressed and moved out of the way with relative ease. However, the same isn't true of liquids. When water collects on the road surface during rainstorms, the water depth, vehicle speed and vehicle weight, as well as the tires' tread designs and tread depths collectively determine when and if the tires will be forced to hydroplane and how quickly they can stop a vehicle.
Design elements that impact wet grip:Groove ratio: The more/larger grooves a tire has, the better the tire pumps out water.
• Shape and layout: The shape of the tread patterns (symmetrical, directional, and asymmetrical) contributes to how quickly water is drained.
• Sipes: These are thin slits in the rubber surface of the tread. They improve traction in wet or icy conditions. Acting like windshield wipers, sipes help the edges and grooves of a tire to drain away water.The surface cracks that occasionally appear have been called many things: Weather Checking, Weather Cracking or Ozone Cracking. These small cracks typically develop in the sidewalls or at the base of the tread grooves. Depending on their severity, they may be cosmetic in nature if they don't extend past the rubber's outer surface, or may be a reason to replace the tire if they reach deep into the rubber.