Auto Tech Blog
Website Launch Announcement: Auto Tech Launches New Site
May 27th, 2014
Not sure what something means in the realm of tires? We're here to help. Click on any word that's unfamiliar to you to learn about various tire conditions. Here, you can also learn about types of tires and the parts that go into making them. Learn something new today and browse through our tire dictionary. What you know may come in handy if you ever experience a problem with your tires and need tire service, or when you need to know what to look for when buying replacement tires. If there's anything you don't know about tires, you've come to the right place.
Check the pressure in your tires at a minimum of once per month and before long trips when your tires are cool. Your tires can be considered cool after the vehicle has been stopped for at least 3 hours and driven less than one mile. Adjust to the vehicle manufacturer's specified pressure while tires are ...
Road Hazard Protection
May 27th, 2014
When out driving, it's not always possible to avoid dangers like pot holes or work zones where there might be nails or other things that could damage car tires. Unfortunately, most tire manufacturers don't cover road hazard issues in their warranties, which can leave you with costly repairs or tire replacement fees if something happens. But with Auto Tech Centers' Road Hazard Protection, you can feel safe and confident on the road.
Coverage for Damages
With National Road Hazard Protection from Auto Tech Centers, you don't have to worry about what you'll do if you get a flat tire or sidewall damage, or if one of your tires blows out unexpectedly. Additionally, if you roll over a nail and your tire develops a slow leak, you won't have to worry about how much it will cost to repair. Pot hole damage or scraping a curb can also cause flat tires, but with this warranty, you're cov ...