Summer Tire Hazards

Posted on June 28, 2017

tires in NHThe sun is burning brighter, temperatures are rising, and barbecues are on the horizon – summer will be here before we know it! We’re excited, and couldn’t be more ready for some sun and relaxation. However, there are certain vehicle hazards that creep up when the seasons change. Even though summer is generally pleasant, it can spell danger for tires in NH. Avoid these hazards and you will be good to go!

1.) Higher Temperatures

The rubber in your tires is very susceptible to heat, and enough exposure could lead to warped, flatter tires. It is better to avoid direct sunlight exposure when possible. So, if you are planning on staying outside a while, do your best to park your vehicle in a garage or shaded area.

2.) Gravel

Now that winter is behind us, we’re dealing with the road at its most exposed. That means plenty of gravel and other debris will be present, which can poke holes in your tires and lead to blowouts. When driving, look out for any large rocks or other sharp objects.

3.) Low Air Pressure

Air pressure can drop dramatically in summer months, thanks to high temperatures and plenty of heat exposure. Take the time to check your air pressure regularly, and make sure you inflate your tires in NH every so often so they stay round enough to serve their purpose.

Find New Tires in NH at Gurney’s Automotive Repair!

Now that summer is on the horizon, it’s time to plan accordingly and make sure all parts of your vehicle are in working order. Remember, strong temperatures – whether they are hot or cold – can have adverse effects on your vehicle. Always take the time to look for seasonal hazards. If your tires in NH need quality service, we at Gurney’s Automotive Repair are happy to oblige. Give us a call at (603)-886-5800 and see what we can do for you today!

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