215/65R15 Tire

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215/65R15 TIRE : designed to support the weight of the vehicle, absorb road shocks, transmit traction, torque and braking forces to the road surface and maintain and change the direction of travel. To fulfill these four basic functions they are made of resilient rubber and filled with compressed air.

Autoxona incorporates into their line of tire, products from various manufacturers such as YokohamaBridgestoneGoodyearORYXDOUBLE KINGSUNFILL YATOONCACHLAND, DOUBLE KING, AUSTONE, WESTLAKE, GALLANT, BOTO, AOTELLI, ROADX, SEAM, FRONWAY etc. They offer truly some  of the best-value-for-money tires out there. Of course, the specific features, including seasonal performance and tread wear, depend on the model you choose. Since they are of utmost importance to a vehicle, thus its need for maintenance cannot be over emphasized.

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215/65R15 TIRE : designed to support the weight of the vehicle, absorb road shocks, transmit traction, torque and braking forces to the road surface and maintain and change the direction of travel. To fulfill these four basic functions they are made of resilient rubber and filled with compressed air.

Autoxona incorporates into their line of tire, products from various manufacturers such as YokohamaBridgestoneGoodyearORYXDOUBLE KINGSUNFILL YATOONCACHLAND, DOUBLE KING, AUSTONE, WESTLAKE, GALLANT, BOTO, AOTELLI, ROADX, SEAM, FRONWAY etc. They offer truly some  of the best-value-for-money tires out there. Of course, the specific features, including seasonal performance and tread wear, depend on the model you choose. Since they are of utmost importance to a vehicle, thus its need for maintenance cannot be over emphasized.

Any reputable tire retailer will have knowledgeable people behind the counter to help you when it’s time to choose new tires. They will look up your car in their database to check the wheel and tire size, then tell you what options they have in stock for your vehicle.

It helps to have some knowledge before you get to that point. You should know the type of tires you need, what you may sacrifice by buying cheaper tires and what you get by going up the price ladder.

  1. If you’re not sure if your 215/65R15 tire need replacing, use a penny. Tires with 2/32″ of tread are legally bald, it severely reduces traction and makes the car unsafe to drive. Insert the penny into the tire grooves. If Lincoln’s hair is covered, the amount of tread on the tire is fine. Otherwise, it’s time for new rubber.
  2. Used tires are a common way to save money, but it’s hard to tell if they were improperly inflated or driven aggressively. These factors can accelerate wear and put you in dangerous situations.
  3. When choosing, consider the condition of the roads where you drive. If they’re in bad shape, talk to your retailer about tires with taller sidewalls to absorb potholes. Low profile tires look more aggressive, but can make for a harsh ride and be more susceptible to blowouts.
  4. If you don’t know which ones you need, stick with your car manufacturer’s recommendation. Professional engineers typically choose tires that best match the car’s characteristics, taking into consideration handling, comfort and fuel economy. In most modern cars, this information is located inside the driver’s side doorjamb. Alternatively, you can get it by visiting a tire retailer’s website and entering your car’s year, make and model.
  5. If you live in an area without snow, a passenger or touring tire should fit your needs. Otherwise, consider a set of winter tires you can use in winter until the snow melts. You may even want a dedicated set of wheels for these tires, so you can easily change them out as the seasons change.
  6. Getting bigger or wider ones than the manufacturer’s original equipment may have consequences. The increased height may cause the tire to rub against the fender, and changing the shape of the contact patch may cause the car to hydroplane when driving over water.
  7. How long should they last? According to consumer reports, all-season tires typically last between 40,000 and 100,000 miles. To maximize their lifespan, keep them properly inflated and rotate them according to the owner’s manual. Doing both will help them wear more evenly.
  8. Low rolling resistance tires are to help you save at the pump, requiring less energy to keep them rolling on the road. According to the California Energy Commission, these tires can improve fuel efficiency up to 4.5%.

     How to Maintain YOUR 215/65R15 TIRE;

  1. Check your their pressure monthly. …
  2. Inspect  regularly, especially before long road trips. …
  3. Rotate, rotate, rotate. …
  4.  Your vehicle should not be too heavy.
  5. It is bad to wait until they are on their death bed to replace. …
  6. Don’t install mismatched ones.

If you are ready to buy, don’t forget to visit Autoxona. We offer the best deals on genuine Tires with guarantee terms and conditions apply.

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