Everything You Need to Know about Tires at Jennings Chevrolet
As Chevrolet dealers near Evanston, we know it can be difficult to decide between Chevy models. It can be hard to determine if you should get a Chevy truck or one of our Chevy SUVs, for instance, because both have so much to offer. Of course, we can help you make the right decision when you visit Jennings Chevrolet after we talk about what you’re looking for in an automobile, discuss your lifestyle, and go over your budget with you.
In addition to helping you pick the right vehicle from the Chevy models we have for sale or lease, we can also help keep your car, truck, SUV, or minivan running properly. It doesn’t matter if you drive a 2016 Chevy Silverado or another type of automobile, our trained service technicians are prepared to work on your vehicle whenever it needs a repair or routine maintenance.
Our service experts can help keep you safe on the road by inspecting your tires regularly. Your tires wear down over time as you drive. As tires lose their tread, driving can become treacherous because tread is what keeps your car in contact with the road surface. Tread is what cuts through rainwater and snow so that your car has traction as well. Without enough tread on your tires, there is a greater chance that you will lose control of your vehicle in inclement weather.
The service technicians at our Chevrolet dealership near Chicago, IL can also help you save money down the line by inspecting your tires. The way the tread on your tires wears down can be an indicator that there is a problem with your automobile. If your tires have center wear, for instance, your tires are probably overinflated, which is easy to fix. If your tires have flat spot or brake skid wear instead, however, it could be a sign that there’s a problem with your brakes. If we see this kind of wear on your tires, we can check your brakes and prevent whatever the problem is from getting worse and more expensive to fix.
Whether you drive one of our Chevy models or a vehicle made by another manufacturer, we can rotate your tires, too. How often you need to rotate your tires depends on many factors, including the type of roads you drive on most often and your personal driving habits, but it’s generally recommended that you have your tires rotated every 3,000 – 6,000 miles. If you don’t rotate your tires regularly, it will cause them to wear prematurely, shortening their useful lifespan.
If you’re looking for a new Chevy vehicle or a pre-owned car, give us a call or visit our Glenview Chevrolet dealership. If you have questions about your current vehicle or the state of its tires, stop by our Chevy service center. We’ll be happy to answer your questions and inspect your tires and automobile for you. Visit Jennings Chevrolet today!