Who can and should change your tires?

all-season tires

In practice every driver should be able to change tires on the vehicle you drive. If you end up with a flat tire, it is very good if you can change the tire without having to ask for help. If you have run flat technology on your tires, you should be able to drive 30 miles with no air in them, depending on load, so that you can get to a service station to get it repaired or buy a new tire.

When it comes to changing between all-season tires and winter tires, most people tend to take the car for a service station to have them do the change for you. The advantage here is that it is much faster as they use professional tools and can lift up the whole car at once and quickly shift all 4 tires. You also know that they are properly fastened.

Another advantage is that you have a professional examine the tires, both the ones that are currently on the car as well as the ones that they will mount on the car. If they detect any cuts or tear on the tires, they can try to fix them or they can then provide you with a new tire. They will also check the valves, check that they are balanced, plus they will fill up the tires to the correct tire pressure before you leave.

Most service stations would also be able to store the old tires for you, so that you don’t have to carry them with you back. Then it is also easier next time when you want to change, that the tires are already there.

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