There was a time when your car would be worn out at 100,000 miles. But not anymore: At Kenwood Tire and Auto, 200K is the new 100K, With the average age of cars on the road at 11.1 year, just like they say when you get older: Exercise, Eat right, and take care of yourself; [...]Full Story »
Tire will show signs of cracking after 3-4 years, sometimes sooner. Cracking in the tread or sidewall that could be dangerous and regular maintenance will usually catch it before it becomes a problem. Trailer and RV tires are most prone to cracking because the vehicle isn’t driven much and the rubber is allowed to “dry-rot”. [...]Full Story »
If you’ve got 40,000 miles on your RAV4, you might be in the market for some tires. Before you hit the phone, or web, here’s a few things to consider: The stock size tire is a 225/65R17 102H Load is 102 and H is speed rating: You probably won’t be loaded enough (1874lbs at 41psi each [...]Full Story »
The problem with tires today is that there’s too many choices. Call 5 different tire stores and you’ll get 5 different recommendations and prices. What’s included and what’s not? That’s why we’ve just teamed up with TireBuyer.com, the online leader in tire and wheel sales. It’s simple to use: You research and buy tires online at TireBuyer.com, let [...]Full Story »
About The Author
I’m Spencer, the Owner, CEO, CFO & CTO at Kenwood Tire in West Bridgewater.I have a passion for tires and the customer experience and I hope this blog will help you find my company when it’s time to get new tires or service for your car.