Do It Yourself

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Maintenance

Do It Yourself

Tire maintenance, although necessary, can be expensive. Changing a flat, tire puncture repair, and tire rotation are just some of the things you can do yourself to save money and time at a repair center.

Changing a Flat

Many drivers prefer to leave changing flat tires to the professionals like those at Coggin DeLand Honda. But someday you may be in a situation where you have to do it yourself. So here's what you need to know.

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Tire Puncture Repair

Repairing A Flat Tire. Flats are no fun but don't let one overwhelm you.

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Check Your Tire Pressure

 Check your tires in the morning, while they are still cool. The air in your tires expands while you drive, so for an accurate reading, be sure to check when they have cooled down for three hours or more. 

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Tire Rotation Patterns

Tire rotation helps maintain an even amount of tread wear. In fact, on that basis some manufacturers actually require periodic rotation as a condition of their warranty.

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Light Truck Load Range

A light truck tire's load range does not count the actual number of body plies found inside the tire, but indicates an equivalent strength based on earlier bias ply tires.

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Plus Size Tires

Upgrading Your Vehicle's "Look" and Tire Performance. The main reason for plus sizing your car's wheels and tires is to increase the tire surface that remains in contact with the road. This increases the handling and performance of your car as well as adds a fashion statement to your vehicle.

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