Replacing Your Trailer Tires Now Can Save Money Down the Road
By Midwest Traction on August 6, 2017
Tips & Advice
Your RV or boat sat dormant all winter, not being used; as a result, so did your tires. It's easy to conclude that you don't need new trailer tires. But think again.
As we all know, bald or overly pressurized trailer tires can affect your gas mileage. Not only that, but trailer tires face a wider variety of terrain than the average car tire; with campsites, lake docks, and off-road locations, your tires see a lot more wear. Worn trailer tires pose a hazard in wet conditions, especially, as hydroplaning occurs sooner at increased speeds.
Buy now so you don't have to pay later.