While hydroplaning sounds like a cool term for airplanes taking off from the water, it has nothing to do with that. Hydroplaning is a term used for when a vehicle’s tires lose their grip on a wet surface due to a film of water sitting on the road. This causes the driver to lose control
Friday, 19 November 2021 by Shane
Did you know that about 2 out of every 3 fatalities related to motor vehicles are caused by either hydroplaning or tire blowouts? Hydroplaning occurs when water pressure builds between the tire and the road surface, creating a temporary cushion of water. The tire “floats” on this cushion, separated from the road surface. This is
Friday, 12 November 2021 by Shane
Alignment is the term used to describe the process of adjusting a vehicle’s suspension—the mechanism that links the car to its wheels. It is necessary to modify the tire angles to achieve optimum alignment since this impacts how they contact the road. Tire alignment may help your tires function correctly and last longer by ensuring
Thursday, 04 November 2021 by Shane
So many things can go wrong while on the road, including the various hazards your tires face. From potholes to stray nails, all these issues can wreak havoc on the wheels, leaving you stranded as your wheels sit, damaged and waiting for repairs, or even finding yourself in an accident because of a blown tire.