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Looking for quick tips to save money and time on quality auto repair or tires? Take advantage of New England Tire’s outstanding offer for $19.95 oil and filter changes in Attleboro and Mansfield, MA. Simply leave your vehicle prior to service, board the commuter train and arrange for a pick up after you arrive at the train station in the evening. Additionally receive 10% off any mechanical service or 5% off any tire purchase. Our commuter train offer aims to lessen driver waits by servicing your car while you are at work or out of town.
In this economy we do anything to save a dollar: not going on vacation, eating in, buying generic and even skipping routine auto maintenance. Skipping an oil change or brake check to save a buck seems harmless in the short run, but exactly how ha ...[more]
Staying current with your vehicle’s maintenance is one of the most important tools to avoiding major auto repair. Expensive auto repairs can be almost entirely prevented by taking various preventative steps of car maintenance while scheduling regular inspections with New England Tire Car Care Centers.
In-between servicing, be aware of your vehicle and the sounds it makes or check engine lights. Sometimes it does not take a professional mechanic to detect a minor problem with a vehicle, which may worsen progressively if not properly addressed. Let New England Tire Car Care Centers in Seekonk, MA or other locations help you to become more knowledgeable about your vehicle. Information such as knowing how to check your oil or spotting a leak could save a costly auto repa ...[more]
by: Parker Ashton
Driving in the rain can be dangerous; in fact thousands of car accidents each year are caused by wet driving conditions.
Routinely Check Your Tires
It is a good idea to always check your tires before you hit the road. To ensure your tires are working at their best, make sure you do the following routine maintenance:
Keep your tires properly inflated. The correct air pressure for your tires is specified by the vehicle manufacturer and can be found on the vehicle placard located on door edge, door post, glove box door or fuel door. It is also listed in the owners manual. The number listed on the side of the tire is not the recommended air pressure for your tire -- it is the maximum air pressure for the tire.
You should check your tire's air pressure at least once a month.
- Check the tires tread depth. Tires should have min ...[more]
by: Parker Ashton
Problems always seem to happen at the most inconvenient times. Sufficient planning and preparation can make the difference between a minor inconvenience and a potentially dangerous situation.
The leading cause of death during winter storms is auto accidents. Below are preventative tips to keep you safe on the road this winter. You may not be able to control Mother Nature but using caution and common sense can prevent an accident.
- Always know the weather before you get on the road. Remember to be extra careful when driving on bridges and overpasses; they are the first to freeze over. Be aware of black ice. Black ice occurs when the road appears to be dry but is darker and shinier than usual. Slow down when driving through these areas.
- Always Buckle Up!
- Slow Down (this includes turning, braking, stopping and acceler ...[more]
by: Parker Ashton
The Evolution of the Passenger Tire
Dateline 3500 B.C.--Today man invented the greatest invention ever seen, THE WHEEL!
Thousands of years later, the wheel has come a long way. For one thing it is no longer made of wood and it is guaranteed that the ride is much smoother. What hasn't changed is the fact it is still one of man's greatest inventions. Could you even imagine where we would be today without it?
The early wheel was very simple...a solid curved piece of wood, then leather was eventually added to soften the ride, as time progressed it became solid rubber which led to today's tire--the pneumatic, or air inflated, radial tire.
The first wheels made of metal or wood were very durable but did not provide a very comfortable ride. The nearest thing to the first tire was a metal hoop. There were many individuals that made contributions in creating the tire as we think of it ...[more]
Proper tire care is simple and easy. The Rubber Manufacturer's Association (RMA) recommends getting into the habit of taking five minutes each month to check your tires.