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Think you know how to properly maintain your tires? Check out this article on Proper Tire Maintenance and you could win a $50 Sears Gift Card! Just use the giveaway widget below to record your entry – good luck!

Sears Auto Center is also having some great Black Friday Doorbusters – check them out:

o   Buy four Sears RoadHandler tires and get up to $150 in value, including an $80 mail-in rebate via an American Express award card when you use a qualifying Sears card plus a $70 Sears Award card

o   All Michelin and BFGroodrich tires will be on sale throughout the weekend at Sears Auto locations nationwide, plus purchase four and get $50 Sears Award card

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Comments

  1. I learned that tires have a traction grading system. I wonder what mine are graded at? They don’t seem to be great on the snow!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  2. I would have never known that there were temperature grades associated with tires.

  3. I had heard of the penny test, but never knew exactly how to do it.

  4. Birdiebee says:

    I didn’t know about the Penny Test. I learned that you can use a penny to check your tires’ tread depth: when holding a penny upside down, if the top of Abe Lincoln’s head doesn’t disappear within the tread, your tires are unsafe and need to be replaced.

  5. Thomas Murphy says:

    I learned SAC experts recommend checking tire pressure once a month and before big trips.

  6. kimberly snyder says:

    I always forget about alignment

  7. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I learned Bulges or blisters that extend outward from the rest of the surface means i need new tires

  8. Use a penny to check your tires’ tread depth: when holding a penny upside down, if the top of Abe Lincoln’s head doesn’t disappear within the tread, your tires are unsafe and need to be replaced.

  9. I did not know that tires only last between 3 and 5 years, I really thought they lasted longer!

    demureprincess7(at)gmail(dot)com

  10. I didn’t know traction grades range from AA – C, with AA being the highest and C being the lowest.

  11. Jennifer Tilson says:

    I learned that grooves, tracks or cuts in the sidewall are a sign that I might need new tires.

  12. Linda Kish says:

    I was unaware about the numbers on the side of the tires for the UTOG. That was really interesting to learn.
    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

  13. I learned you can do a Penny test for tread of tire to see if they need to be replaced.

  14. Rebecca Brewer says:

    I’m definitely guilty of relying on the sidewall for the tire inflation.

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