As the seasons change, so do your tire needs. Many drivers switch between winter and summer tires to ensure optimal performance on the road. But what do you do with the tires that you're not using? While you may be tempted to just throw them in the corner of your garage, there are certain do's and don't when it comes to tire storage. Storing tires improperly can cause damage and decrease their lifespan, wasting your money. In our article today, we'll examine the advantages of seasonal tire storage and how our auto repair shop can help you keep your tires in good condition.
Why Should You Store Your Seasonal Tires
Tire storage offers several benefits, including:
- Protection from damage - You should hold your tires in a climate-controlled environment that protects them from damage caused by extreme temperatures, sunlight, and moisture.
- Convenience - Storing your seasonal tires with a professional auto repair shop eliminates the need to find space in your garage or basement. You won't have to worry about transporting them back and forth.
- Increased safety - Storing your seasonal tires ensures that they are in good condition and not to be tampered with.
How Can Nixon Automotive Help?
At our auto repair shop in Burnaby, we offer seasonal tire storage services to keep your tires in good condition. Our climate-controlled storage facility protects your tires from extreme temperatures and humidity fluctuations. We also use tire covers to protect your tires from sunlight and excess moisture. Our experienced technicians will inspect your tires before storing them to ensure they are in road-worthy condition so that they are ready to use when the next season rolls around. When it's time to switch back to your seasonal tires, we will mount and balance them for you right here at our facility.
For questions or concerns regarding our tire storage options, please call or visit Nixon Automotive today. We proudly service Vancouver North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster, Surrey, White Rock, Langley, Richmond, Delta, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge, Abbotsford, Mission, Chilliwack, and surrounding communities.