Car Tune Ups Waynesville NC

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Time Out Markets
(828) 456-4317
2677 Asheville Road
Waynesville, NC
Service Stations,Gas Stations,Convenience Stores

Performance Transmission
(828) 456-5211
706 Hazelwood Avenue
Waynesville, NC
Maynor Tire
(828) 456-7801
1559 S Main St
Waynesville, NC
Car Washes, Car Detailing, Tire Shops

Vance Enterprises Inc
(828) 648-0705
160 John Vance Road
Waynesville, NC
Engine Repair

Joes Welding Service
(828) 456-7115
719 Dellwood Road
Waynesville, NC
Trailer Repair

Tonys Transmission
(828) 452-1843
147 Depot Street
Waynesville, NC
Vance Machine Shop
(828) 648-9744
160 John Vance Road
Waynesville, NC
Engine Repair

Hazelwood Transmission Service
(828) 456-9788
860 Hazelwood Avenue
Waynesville, NC
High Country Signs
(828) 926-8123
2734 Dellwood Rd
Waynesville, NC
Auto Body

Autobell Car Wash Inc
(828) 454-0322
525 Russ Avenue
Waynesville, NC
Car Detailing,Interior Cleaning,Interior Repair

Automobile tips



Paying attention to your tires pressure can save on their wear . In cold weather, a tire can lose a pound or more of pressure for each drop of 10 degrees F. If your tires are under inflated and its cold you can lose traction on the road in the snow and ice, as well as put more wear on your tires. So a few minutes each week, can save you $$$$ and make your drive safer!

Air Pressure

Take advantage of the next mild day and check the air pressure in your vehicle's tires. Don't forget that spare tire also! Proper air pressure lessens the wear on your tires.

Good Driving Habits

Good driving habits really help your vehicles tires to last longer. Jack-rabbit starts, screeching stops and turns and scuffing curbs all undermine a tire's lifespan! Try a monthly inflation pressure check when the tire is cold, before driving anywhere. Look in the glove compartment or on the edge of the driver's door for the carmakers recommendations.

Tire Rotation

Rotate your tires every six months. Rotate tires front to back only, DON"T switch them from one side to another.

Tire Tread

Check the tire tread on your vehicle's tires on a regular basis. The wear should be uniform around the entire tire. The tread grooves must be at least 1/16 inch deep for the tire to be usable. If you have wear at both edges but not in the middle, you have underinflated tires, and they aren't wearing properly!

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