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National Tire Safety Week 1

If you don't keep an eye on your weight, you may develop some dangerous health problems down the road.

The same basic rule applies to the tires on your vehicle. If you don't keep an eye on their condition, they may put you at risk for a serious accident.

National Tire Safety Week 2020 is May 18th through the 24th. The event was created by the Rubber Manufacturers Association to remind drivers how important it is to have their tires checked for low tread, uneven wear, proper pressure, and any signs of damage.

If you don't think a quick tire inspection is worth your time at least once per month, think about how much time you'll spend in a repair shop, in a court room, and maybe even in a hospital if your tire blows out at 70 miles per hour.

Please use the occasion of National Tire Safety Week to pull into a Mountain View Tire and Auto Service location near you or schedule an online appointment. We'll be happy to check your tires for signs of potential problems. Then, stop in once a month and we'll check your tire pressure for you. It's one of the quickest and most effective steps you can take to maximize your safety on the road.

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