Art On Rims: 3 Wheel Upgrades To Add Color To Your Ride

If you’ve always wanted to drive rainbow wheels, you’re living at the right time. Take off those boring factory tires and wheel covers, and put some color on the road with a combination of these 3 artistic upgrades: New-hued alloy wheels Strip your car’s wheels down and go for a brand new set of performance rims to provide a base of color. To get the maximum performance upgrade, order lightweight alloy wheels if you normally drive only on relatively smooth streets and highways. If you live where there are a lot of rough roads and potholes, steel rims are a sturdier choice. The alloy rims are offered in more widths, colors, and styles, but steel rims aren’t just fuddy-duddies either. There are gleaming chrome steel rims and stylish steel...

Inspecting Used Tires For Safety: What To Look For When Buying Used Tires

Used tires are not only more affordable, but they can also be far more convenient to purchase than brand new tires. This is especially true in cases when you only need to replace one of your existing tires. However, if you are not careful, you could find yourself dealing with some serious safety issues not long after putting a used tire on your car. This is because not all of the used tires you will find at local tire yards are safe for use. Thankfully, the tips outlined below can help you to find the very best used tires a local supplier (such as F & H Tire Co) has to offer and ultimately ensure that you drive away with a safe tire on your vehicle.   Tip #1: Check The Sidewall Of The Tire For Evidence Of Dry Rot Old tires can suffer from what is...