Spring has sprung at last. Snow is melting, sap is running, birds are singing—and beautiful potholes are blooming in our roads all across the land.
Winter is rough not just on roads but on tires as well. What with sand, salt, brutal temperature swings, bouts of liquid and frozen precipitation, and the resulting unexpected divots dotting public thoroughfares, tires can get worn down, damaged, deteriorated, and badly deflated. Thankfully, summer is just around the corner.
We at Keri Coach Works are always ready to repair any dents or dings your vehicle may sustain from auto collisions. But we would much rather that it wasn’t involved in an accident in the first place. Regular maintenance is the #1 step all vehicle owners should take for safe, incident-free driving. And when the vernal equinox rolls around, the most important preventative care you can do involves your tires. To that end, we offer this handy springtime guide to seasonal tire maintenance.