Honda Tires For Sale & Maintenance Tips
Tires are an essential part of every vehicle, and it’s imperative that they stay in good shape. How do you know when to change your tires? Our team at Van’s Honda in Green Bay, WI, put together this page to help with your research. Keep reading to learn more about the tires available at Van’s Honda, as well as some of our tire maintenance tips. If you have any questions, feel free to give us a call at (920) 499-5483, or send us a message online.
Honda Tires Available
Does your Honda need new tires? Check out our tire selection at Van’s Honda in Green Bay, WI! If you’d like, you can schedule a service, or you can order tires directly through our Honda tires order page. Have questions on which tires to purchase for your Honda? Give our team a call at (920) 499-5483, or send us a message online.
Honda Tire Specials & Offers
Our goal is to be your preferred provider when you need to replace tires on your Honda vehicle — that’s why we have plenty of tire specials for you to take advantage of. Before you order tires, check out our service and parts specials to find an offer that suits your needs.
Proper Honda Tire Maintenance Tips
How Often Should I Change My Tires?
Regardless of manufacturer, experts recommend replacing all of your tires every six years. It is recommended that you replace all of your tires at once so that normal wear and tear occurs on all tires. It is also recommended that you have your tires rotated every 5,000 to 7,000 miles, or every six months — whichever comes first.
How Do I Check My Tire’s Tread?
When it comes to checking your tires, it only costs one cent. Place a penny head first into several tread grooves across the tire. If you always see the top of Lincoln’s head, your treads are shallow and worn. If this is the case, your tires need to be replaced. If Lincoln’s head is covered by the tires, then you are good to go.
How Do I Check My Honda Tire’s Pressure?
Checking the air pressure in your tires is simple, thanks to the standard tire pressure monitoring system that newer Honda models have. This system can be found within your driver information system. If your vehicle doesn’t have it, don’t fret — you can purchase a tire pressure gauge. Insert the pressure gauge into the valve stem of your tire. If you are using a digital tire pressure gauge, it should immediately start detecting the tire pressure. Additionally, some gas stations have tire pressure gauges that are available for use.