Giving you a great deal on new Toyota cars is just the start of what we do for our customers at Bob Smith Toyota. We strive to make sure that our customers are always taken care of, and with the winter weather making roads slick and treacherous, it’s vital to make sure your tires can provide the traction you need.
Tire Maintenance Basics
There are a few things to know about tire maintenance. First, it’s important to not forget about caring for them. Many drivers purchase a new set of tires for their Toyota Highlander and forget about caring for them. However, your tires need to be rotated at regular intervals to ensure ideal wear and tear over time. Not rotating your tires allows tire tread to wear down unequally, but if you rotate your tires every 6,000 to 8,000 miles or every six months, you ensure that your tires wear evenly.
You also need to consider the weather when caring for your tires. Since the weather doesn’t change much here, an all-weather tire should serve you well all year long. However, if you take your Toyota Highlander off-road or you spend a lot of time on the trails, you might need to get a sturdier off-road tire so you can get the traction you need on rough road surfaces.
When it’s time to take care of your tires, make sure you come into our Toyota service center to get your vehicle taken care of. Our expert Toyota technicians will ensure that your tires are in peak condition. We also have a huge selection of OEM and Toyota-recommended tires that will give you the security you need and the performance you love.