Spec Advert: John’s Car Dealership

Change my tires? Why?

by NICK WAGER

JANUARY 11, 2020

We all have those vivid memories of daydreaming on long car rides: peering out the window and wondering about any number of things. Somehow, though, I’m willing to bet that not many of us were daydreaming about the upkeep that went with owning the vehicle in which we were riding.

However, now that the haze of nostalgia has dissipated and we are spending far too much money on our cars, there are some things that we need to be thinking about. With the trends of weather becoming evermore unpredictable, it is becoming increasingly important to keep a close watch on the state of our car’s tires. With some recent surges in rainfall, for example, we must keep an eye on our tire’s treading ability. The tire’s treads are vital to the integrity of the entire vehicle. If tires wear down and the treads become too smooth, then the possibility of hydroplaning becomes close to inevitable. What’s more is once the tire wears down to a certain point, what might have been a bit of an awkward and annoying dip in a pot hole could then turn into a complete tire malfunction: a popping of the tire that could lead to an extremely dangerous outcome. An accident of this caliber could cause some pretty expensive headaches fairly quickly.

This is why we recommend the Lincoln Experiment. Simply take a penny and place it heads up on the tread. If you are able to see the top of Lincoln’s head and/or his hair, then the next step is finding a good deal in your area for tires. Someplace like John’s Car Dealership, right off of Route 17 in Paramus! Right now, John and his team are offering a full tire change for just $99.99! Give your passengers the smooth ride they deserve for all of their carefree, nostalgic daydreaming; and give your wallet a break by heading over to John’s Car Dealership for your tire change today!

Published by Nick Wager

Writer, videographer, video editor

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