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5031 Dixie Highway,
Fairfield, OH 45014
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6163 N. May Avenue,
Oklahoma City, OK 73112
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755 Queen Steet,
Southington, CT 06489
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6575 Winton Road,
Finneytown, OH 45224
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3872 Paxton Road,
Hyde Park, OH 45209
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3663 Stone Creek Blvd.,
Cincinnati, OH 45251
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9401 Kenwood Road,
Cincinnati, OH 45242
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9167 Union Cemetery Road,
Cincinnati, OH 45249
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7889 Tylersville Road,
West Chester, OH 45069
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10765 Harrison Ave.,
Harrison, OH 45030
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4856 Wunnenberg Way,
West Chester, OH 45069
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48 W. Court St.,
Cincinnati, OH 45202
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471 Ohio Pike,
Cincinnati, OH 45245
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12000 Chase Plaza Drive,
Forest Park, OH 45240
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5274 Dixie Highway,
Fairfield, OH 45014
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3998 Red Bank Rd.,
Fairfax, OH 45227
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1246 St. Route 28,
Milford, OH 45150
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605 Anderson Ferry,
Cincinnati, OH 45238
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3439 Pendleton Circle,
Franklin, OH 45005
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5977 Harrison Ave.,
Cincinnati, OH 45248
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6269 Rivers Bend Drive,
Maineville, OH 45039
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603 E. Main Street,
Lebanon, OH 45036
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5362 Ridge Rd.,
Cincinnati, OH 45213
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3870 Kemp Road,
Beavercreek, OH 45431
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8381 Old Troy Pike,
Huber Heights, OH 45424
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200 East Third Street,
Dayton, OH 45402
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3321 Dayton Xenia Road,
Dayton, OH 45432
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5606 Airport Highway,
Toledo, OH 43615
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308 New Towne Square Dr.,
Toledo, OH 43612
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3201 Meijer Dr,
Toledo, OH 43617
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8711 US Hwy 42,
Florence, KY 41042
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1050 Green Blvd.(US 50),
Aurora, IN 47001
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7005 Alexandria Pike,
Alexandria, KY 41001
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476 Orphanage Road,
Ft. Wright, KY 41017
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620 Chestnut Drive,
Walton, KY 41094
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63 Carothers Road,
Newport, KY 41071
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Tire Care Tips

At AAA Tire & Auto Service, we want our customers in Dayton, OH, Toledo, OH, Huber Heights, OH, and surrounding areas to remain on top of tire performance and adhere to maintenance schedules outlined in their owner’s manual.

Tire Care Tips in Dayton, OHYour tires contribute to vehicle performance. Tire maintenance can protect your investment by extending the life of your tires. Checking tire pressure, rotating your tires, balancing your tires, and choosing the right set of replacement tires based on safety and handling will all contribute to consistent performance.

Use the following tips to help you stay on top of tire maintenance:

  • Check tire pressure to ensure proper inflation. Underinflation can lead to excess heat, uneven tire wear, and decreased braking and handling capabilities, which may cause structural failures like blowouts and tread separation. Properly inflated tires will maximize tread life, improve handling, and increase fuel efficiency and overall driver safety.
  • Follow proper tire rotation schedules. Recommended rotation patterns for your vehicle can be found in your owner’s manual. Routine tire rotations equalize and enhance front-to-rear and side-to-side tire wear. Remember: tire rotation will not prevent or circumvent wear issues caused by worn mechanical components.
  • Balance tires as necessary. Out-of-balance tires may be detected in bumps that become more noticeable at higher speeds. Balancing tires is necessary during initial installation and during a remount.
  • Install new tires in sets or pairs. The addition of one new tire to the rotation cycle can cause instability and create vehicle handling issues. When new tires are needed, two new tires should be installed on the rear of a vehicle, and the partially worn tires should be moved to the front of the vehicle.
  • When the time comes to store your tires for next season, consider a dark place away from direct sunlight with low humidity. Tires should be stored away from solvents, grease, oil, or any ozone-producing electrical equipment, which have deteriorating effects on tires.
  • Be mindful of abnormal tire wear or damage to your tires. Watch for signs of punctures, embedded objects, cracks, and bulges.
  • Always keep a spare tire, and make sure it’s properly inflated and ready for use. You never know when you’re going to need it.

Take these tips into consideration when servicing your tires. The Rubber Manufacturer's Association (RMA) recommends taking five minutes each month to check your tires. Other mechanical issues may contribute to uneven tire wear, and need correction in order to maximize tire life and vehicle performance.

By taking proper care of your tires, you can remain safe during all types of travel, experience the benefits of better fuel economy, and extend tire life, which will positively impact the environment.

Visit us today or contact us online for tire services and any other service inquiry.

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