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Clausen Automotive

2118 S. Stoughton Rd.
Madison, WI 53716

Some drivers may not think about the condition of their tires as long as they are still able to drive their vehicles. Unfortunately, if their tires are not in good shape, they could be endangering themselves and their passengers. Statistics say that nearly 11,000 tire-related accidents happen every year, many of them because of tire failure.

There are three main signs indicating a needed tire repair:

  • Uneven tread wear. This means one or more tires may wear faster than the others, or there are is an irregular wear pattern on one of the tires.
  • Vibration. At speeds of 45 mph and higher, you may feel a vibration due to uneven tread wear.
  • Deflation. If a tire is losing air faster than any of the others, it may have too much pressure put on it.

So how often should you get new tires on your car? Most tire manufacturers to provide the specific lifespan of tires so that drivers know about how many tires a new tire should last, generally, about 50,000 miles.

Of course, the actual life of your tires depends on several factors:

  • The quality of the tire.
  • Is it a performance summer tire or an all-season tire?
  • The type of car and how the tire is mounted.
  • Treadwear rating, i.e., the expected length of tread life.
  • How the car is driven.

How often should you get new tires on your car? Contact our ASE Certified Technicians at Clausen Automotive, The Hybrid Shop, for more information about our tire repair services and to schedule an appointment. Since 1975, our family-owned auto shop has proudly served vehicle owners in Madison, WI, and the surrounding communities.

Wondering how often should you get new tires on your car? Keeping up with any needed tire repair and maintenance will help your tires last longer.

Some drivers may not think about the condition of their tires as long as they are still able to drive their vehicles. Unfortunately, if their tires are not in good shape, they could be endangering themselves and their passengers. Statistics say that nearly 11,000 tire-related accidents happen every year, many of them because of tire failure.

There are three main signs indicating a needed tire repair:

  • Uneven tread wear. This means one or more tires may wear faster than the others, or there are is an irregular wear pattern on one of the tires.
  • Vibration. At speeds of 45 mph and higher, you may feel a vibration due to uneven tread wear.
  • Deflation. If a tire is losing air faster than any of the others, it may have too much pressure put on it.

So how often should you get new tires on your car? Most tire manufacturers to provide the specific lifespan of tires so that drivers know about how many tires a new tire should last, generally, about 50,000 miles.

Of course, the actual life of your tires depends on several factors:

  • The quality of the tire.
  • Is it a performance summer tire or an all-season tire?
  • The type of car and how the tire is mounted.
  • Treadwear rating, i.e., the expected length of tread life.
  • How the car is driven.

How often should you get new tires on your car? Contact our ASE Certified Technicians at Clausen Automotive, The Hybrid Shop, for more information about our tire repair services and to schedule an appointment. Since 1975, our family-owned auto shop has proudly served vehicle owners in Madison, WI, and the surrounding communities.

Steve Clausen
Clausen AutomotiveAuto Repair Shop in Madison, WI

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2118 S. Stoughton Rd., Madison, WI 53716608-221-8321Service@ClausenAutomotive.com
Mon:7:00am - 5:30pm
Tue:7:00am - 5:30pm
Wed:7:00am - 5:30pm
Thu:7:00am - 5:30pm
Fri:7:00am - 5:30pm
Sat:Closed
Sun:Closed
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