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Interested in learning more about your tires, how many miles tires last, and how you can better care for them? Our service team at San Antonio Dodge Chrysler Jeep RAM in San Antonio can help. Check out our online guide to see just how long replacement tires can be expected to last, how to extend the life of your tires, and more.
The questions “how many miles do tires last” and “how many miles should tires last” may have different answers, depending on a number of factors:
In addition to more cautious driving habits, there are a few things car owners in Seguin can do to extend the life of their tires:
Our certified technicians can help you better care for your tires. Check out our other service tips and tricks online today and when you’re ready to get new tires, choose our parts center. We have plenty of tires available. Also, be sure to check out our online service and parts specials to get more savings on our affordable parts. Have questions? Contact our team.
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