In collaboration with Yokohama
The unprecedented events of 2020 have forced on us a period of confinement, loss of income for some and job uncertainty for many more. The economic consequences that could affect many motorists are leading many to reconsider their material needs. As a result, many who might have considered changing their vehicle now find it wise to hold on to it for a few more months, if not years.
Obviously, this necessitates a more meticulous maintenance of the current vehicle. And for some, that could mean buying new tires.
If you own a car or light truck that is already three or four years old, or even more, it’ best to have your tires seen by an expert, unless they are sufficiently worn that you already know you need to replace them. However, if you’re in doubt, it's best to have them inspected.