All You Need to Know About Tires

On average, tires can last up to about six years or up to 40,000 miles. Although this is true, this is a rough estimation. Most tires have an

2020 Ford Tires Mustang

2020 Ford Tires Mustang

average lifespan anywhere between 25,000 and 50,000 miles. With such a wide range, it is imperative that you know when your tires need a replacement. If you leave your tires unattended and don’t keep up with your tire’s maintenance, it can lead to flats, blowouts, and worst a potential accident.

Ford now offers several deals for tires, including our Ford tire coupons, which can help you save a lot of money. Tires can be some of the most expensive parts of the vehicle. We want to ensure that you are receiving the best service and parts at an affordable price. A major dealership may be the last place that you consider to buy your tires or undergo tire maintenance. That is why Ford provides our customers with competitive prices with other dealers.

Through the end of this month, you can benefit from deals like a $60 tire rebate or 23,000 FordPass Rewards Points on BFGoodrich, General, Yokohama, and Firestone. Visit our FordPass Rewards to learn more about the deals we currently offer.

Some Causes of Tire Wear

Your tire will wear over time due to several factors. Going based off of estimation is never a good idea. Driving with new, more efficient tires will prolong the life of your new vehicle. Read further to learn more about the effects tires have on your car.

Mileage. If you are a safe driver, this alone can extend the lifespan of your tire mileage. Speeding, braking hard, and sharp turns can wear them faster.

Road Texture. It is also imperative that you try to avoid certain roads as much as possible. Sometimes the longevity of your tires heavily depends on where you live. If you drive on dirt roads as opposed to concrete, you are more susceptible to wear and tear to your tires.

Tire Pressure. When your vehicle tires are correctly inflated, it will last longer. This can avoid unnecessary pressure from reaching the inside of the tire. Underinflated tires and overinflated tires can result in you needing a new replacement soon.

Be sure to give us a call at (859) 341-6603 to find out how you can benefit from our Ford tire service and coupons.