When replacing just two tires always put them on the rear, even if you have a front-wheel drive (FWD) vehicle. It sounds like the opposite of what you’re trying to achieve by putting better tires where your steering and acceleration are. It’s the opposite and I experienced this first hand at Continental’s Test Track in Uvalde, Texas [...]Full Story »
I recently returned from the Continental Tire test track in Uvalde, Texas where I experienced, first-hand, the difference between vehicle understeer and oversteer. Understeer is when you’re turning the steering wheel and the car is still pushing, sliding or plowing forward, just like the first time you hit the brakes and turn the steering wheel on that snowy morning [...]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.