Before You Go

How To Avoid Wildlife Accidents This Season

We’ve all seen yellow warning signs about wildlife crossings. The danger is a real--and potentially expensive--problem for drivers on rural roads. Here are some tips for preserving local fauna and preventing your vehicle from ending up in a ditch.

Cracks in Windshield? Tips On Replacement

Those pebble chips your windshield suffered in summer can turn into an large autumn crack. Read these suggestions when choosing the right glass replacement.

How To Talk To Teens About Safe Driving

Halloween can be an especially dangerous time for teen drivers, with more pedestrians crossing neighborhood streets and early nights decreasing visibility.

Learn the best ways to communicate with your young drivers.

Smoother Rides Start With The Right Tread

The right set of tires goes a long way toward enjoying a smooth, quiet ride.

Want a luxurious journey? Here’s some tire tips on getting a quiet, smooth ride.

Are your tires safe? Take the penny test

Everything in your car—including its ability to stop, avoid road debris, handle wet surfaces and reduce road noise—rides on the quality of the tires. They are the lowest common denominator in vehicle safety.

Three Ways to Make Tires Last Longer

An underinflated tire poses a safety risk and also wears out faster. Can you rely on tire warning lights in your dashboard? No really. Here's why.

Tips for Choosing the Right Vehicle Battery

Batteries are fickle things. Too much cold, too much heat and they can stop performing. Fear not--there are some simple ways of keeping the power flowing all year long. See how.

Proper rotation improves the life of your tires

Rotating tires regularly and correctly helps even out tread wear and extends tire life, saving money and keeping you safer on the road. But how often should you rotate?
 
“Tire rotation is a critical part of tire maintenance,” said Dan Zielinski, Senior Vice-President of Public Affairs at Rubber Manufacturers Association. “Tires will wear differently at each wheel position.”