Throughout the process of figuring out what tires your vehicle needs, you might come across what’s called “Load Index” or “Load Rating”. These numbers are indicated on the sidewall of the tire near the tire size and other numbers and letters that display the tire’s specifications.
Nokian Tyres uses Aramid technology to keep drivers safe and to protect against damage caused by potholes or other road hazards.
Everyone can expect to change their tires at some point the longer that they own their car. It’s a necessary part of owning a vehicle. Questions come when you decide how much you want to spend on the replacement tires.
Everyone wants to save money, but will the cheapest tires on the market get the job done?
The Michelin Pilot Sport EV tire is based on Michelin’s experiences in Formula E racing. The new tire is meant to be able to perform in any type of weather while still being consistent with road car standards, like the Michelin Formula E tire.
Goodyear has added three new all-terrain tires to their product line in 2021!
Since tire needs vary based on vehicle, personal preference, and performance-based needs, buying the right tires for your situation is a priority. At Jack Williams Tire and Auto Service Centers, we carry dozens of the top tire brands so that we can guarantee to find the perfect tires for your individual needs.
Finding your tire size can be tricky at first if you don’t know what you’re looking at, but once you know where to look it’s not too hard. You might need to provide this information when buying new tires, so it’s essential to understand how to locate it and what each of the numbers and letters mean.
As the cold season approaches, you might be wondering if winter tires even make a difference. They do now, but this wasn’t always true. For a long time, they were only good on snow - hence the name snow tires - and if you didn’t live somewhere with heavy snowfall, it was hard to reconcile the cost of a new set of tires for such a specific, often ineffective product. An emergency stop on anything other than snow-covered road meant a near-complete loss of tread and a hole in your pocket.
It’s about that time of year again! The temperatures are beginning to drop, and while you’re thinking about breaking out your winter coat, you may want to consider investing in a set of winter tires, as well. While they’re much better than they used to be, there are quite a few things you need to know about winter tires that don’t necessarily apply to all-seasons.
Jack Williams Tire offers more than a standard oil change. You can choose from a variety of options and specialized services like a Rotella diesel or high mileage oil change - and with the Williams Way Service Promise, you know the job will be done right at a fair price.