Driving in rain is dangerous enough, but throw in hazy and blurred windshield, caused by bad wipers and there’s either a headache or accident or both that’s going to happen. Wipers are one of those things you know you need, but never get around to replacing. Here’s some other signs that your wipers may be [...]Full Story »
A few years back, I remember quoting a customer $1000 for four tires…..The customer left, went to the dealer and bought a new car. Maybe I’m not the best salesperson, but times have changed too: With he average price of a new vehicle is approaching $30,000 and the average age of a car on the road [...]Full Story »
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 »
To give you better service, we have partnered with TireBuyer, a leading online tire store. TireBuyer makes buying tires and wheels transparent and easy: Whether you’re just looking for a “ballpark” cost or are ready to buy, you can research, review and get recommendations, 24/7 at TireBuyer: You’ll find the cheapest prices and FREE shipping if you [...]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 »
If you have tire pressure sensors, you’ve probably seen the yellow tire with an exclamation point on your dash. In 2000, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) created the TREAD Act, that starting in 2007, requires that car, vans and SUV’s have a Tire Pressure Monitoring System, or TPMS. Don’t ignore the light, even if it goes away [...]Full Story »
The tire buying cycle comes around every 3-4 years. If you have good tires and took care of them, it’s normal to get 60,000 miles from a set. Some drivers maintain take their tires and others we never see again…until it’s time for new ones! Tires are expensive…..They last longer and are better in all [...]Full Story »
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.