Tips and Info

Have you ever taken a close look at your tires? There’s quite a bit going on there besides just the name brand of the tire. Most tires come marked with a code similar to something like this: P215/65R15. These tire sidewall markings can actually tell you everything you need to know about your tires! The… Read More


Summer is motorcycle season. Riders all over the country are getting their bikes out of storage and ready to ride. What better way to welcome motorcycle season back than with a long ride? Sounds like a great idea to us! A short vacation or day trip on a motorcycle is a great way enjoy the… Read More


As the temperature rises and the sun starts beating down in the spring and summer, the heat can take a toll on your vehicle – particularly the engine. Although engine overheating is not as common today with newer vehicles, under certain conditions even brand-new engines can overheat. The process of starting and running a car… Read More


Spring brings a brand-new batch of motorcycle riders hitting the road! Motorcycle riding can be an exhilarating hobby and a fun way to enjoy the season but when it comes to riding, safety is always number one. With very little protection between rider and road, even a minor accident can be major. Vehicles around riders… Read More


The sometimes-rough conditions of rural farm fields present many hazards for the tires on your tractors and farm equipment. There are the odd rocks and debris as well as critters can rough up your tires. However, many farmers will agree that one of the most dangerous things can run into on the farm is stubble.… Read More


In the hustle and bustle of our often-hectic lives, we have plenty of places to be, people to see and not a lot of time to do it. Taking the kids to school, driving to work, doctor’s appointments, grocery shopping, taking the kids to practice and after-school activities, dinner with friends and family, and so… Read More


It may be grey, cold and snowy right now – but spring and planting season will be here before you know it. Now is the time to begin making sure your vital farm vehicles ready to hit the field so you can get a good start on the season. Any delays can cost you time.… Read More


Construction, mining, industrial and other OTR (off-the-road) vehicles take on hard jobs. They are required to carry heavy loads, perform difficult tasks and work on treacherous terrain. As equally important as the operator controlling them are, no OTR vehicle could perform its job without good tires backing them up. OTR tires are special. They are… Read More


Your car’s battery is one of the most important things under the hood. It helps keep you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. It helps you listen to your favorite songs and helps keep you safe by alerting you when your seat belt isn’t fastened. And, more importantly, without it, your car… Read More


For fleet and personal vehicles alike, monitoring tire pressure is a commonly overlooked duty for drivers. While it is an important thing to do all year long, during the winter it is especially important. When the temperature drops, there is less moisture in the air. This makes the air contract and causes things to shrink,… Read More