Old tires are cool. There’s still so much to them even when they’re worn out. Most get recycled: mixed with asphalt for roads and crumbs for sports fields.. . Some of the lucky ones from our shop end up as planters, horses and snails. Find out more about these tire recreations.
A scrap tire filled with standing water is like a country club for mosquito in the New England summers. It’s a EEE magnet for sure and a pile of tires does nothing of the neighborhood. When I saw this article in the Enterprise newspaper, about tires being dumped on Summer Street in Bridgewater, on a [...]Full Story »
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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.