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Auto Body Parts & Automotive help Articles — tyres

How to put on snow chains on tyres?

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Putting chains on your tires can be a bit intimidating if you've never done it before, but it's actually a relatively straightforward process. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to put chains on your tires: Gather the necessary tools: To put chains on your tires, you'll need a pair of gloves, a flashlight, and a set of tire chains. Make sure the chains are the correct size for your tires and that they are in good condition. Find a level surface: You'll need to put the chains on your tires while the car is parked, so make sure you find...

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5 Tyre Care Tips For Winters

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Winter can be tough on car tires, with freezing temperatures and snow and ice making it more difficult to maintain the proper inflation and tread depth. Here are a few tips to help protect your tires during the winter months: Check the air pressure regularly. Cold temperatures can cause the air inside your tires to contract, leading to underinflation. Make sure to check your tire pressure at least once a month and inflate them to the recommended level as indicated in your vehicle's owner's manual. Keep an eye on tread depth. Proper tread depth is crucial for maintaining traction on...

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Top Essential Winter Car Maitenance Tips

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Many of us love winters. The fresh snow, skiing, snowboarding, woodfire, and so on. Along with this also comes a major issue- winter car maintenance! Car owners can relate to this, right? In places like Canada, when the mercury plummets, car owners’ worry for automotive parts begins. The maintenance of car parts in Canada is a bit tricky. But, not to worry. We got you covered.  Read on to know tips for maintaining your car during this season. KEEP YOUR BATTERY CHARGED This is a must, so you don’t get stranded anywhere with a dead battery. Cold temperatures reduce its cranking power. An...

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