As you know from living here in the northeast Winter is going to be upon us in the snap of the fingers.
This means icy, snow covered roads and dangerous driving conditions. Being prepared for these situations is something that can provide a higher level of comfort and safety as you drive.
There is nothing compared to having a really good set of snow tires on your vehicle to tackle these conditions.
They are made to perform through rough snow and slick surfaces and make handling your vehicle much easier.
So, what do you do with your snow tires during the seasons when it is not necessary to have them on your vehicle?
Keeping them on isn’t a suggested option from the manufacturer. Snow tires are made with different rubber compounds so that they maintain softness even in cold temperatures. This softness is what allows snow tires to maintain traction even in the coldest of conditions. Taking the snow tires off your vehicle as the season conditions improve extends their life and they are viable to use year after year. But once they are off your vehicle, what do you do with them all year?
We have many customers that store them in their garages, even basements during the milder seasons. Faithfully they come in prior to the season to have them put on. They endure the hassle of getting them from their storage into their vehicle’s trunk, and then haul them to us to make the change, and then the reverse with the all season tires.
We commend our customers for their practice of staying as safe as possible, but yet we see the inconvenience all this work causes them and we want to help.
That’s why we are introducing DeBoer’s Tire Hotel. It sounds a little posh and hoitsy toitsy, but it’s an easy and affordable way to take this pain away from you.
- Off season storage of your snow/regular tires.
- Keeping tires stored in a Climate controlled environment, keeps out of heat and direct sunlight that can become damaging to your tires.
- No lugging back and forth for installation.
- No mess on your hands from handling tires.
- No need to take up unnecessary space in your garage or storage area.
Considering purchasing new Snow tires? Here’s a convenient link to our tire buying Ebook which contains valuable information about what to look for.
When you are thinking about all you have to do in the upcoming months, let us help you with the storage portion of your winter tires. Who knows, with all that extra space you might have room for a new “toy” in the garage. =)