I am very excited to talk about my upcoming training & certification class in windshield repair. Being able to help customers save money by repairing there cracked windshields rather than them having to pay big bucks to replace a full windshield. Growing up I have fixed my own windshields, friends & family members. When I found out I would be getting the opportunity to get professional industry certification & training I was very excited. When it comes to learning new things I consider myself an information sponge. Not to mention a perfectionist when it comes to my work. We will be offering Windshield repair at our Huntington tire shop location & also mobile repairs. I am following the Repair of Laminated Automotive Glass standard when it comes to my windshield repairs. The best part of windshield repair is that most customers will not have to pay not even a deductible because there car insurance is willing to pay the entire bill. Even if your insurance company is not willing to pay for your windshield repair we will offer the most competitive pricing in the industry just like we do with our tires. Within the next two weeks we will update our website www.nystire.com providing detailed information on pricing & you will even be able to get windshield repair quotes online.
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
|205/65R15 Goodyear Integrity Used Tires|
Since the launch of our online used tire market we have enjoyed building new online customer relationships with great people all over the USA, Canada & parts of South America.
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Thursday, January 3, 2013
While walking out of the store you glance at your tires. Oddly you notice there is a bulge staring you in the face. Your first thoughts..... How did this happen? Will it go away by itself?
Has this ever happened before?
Is this dangerous? Is my tire defective?
Who do I blame for this?
To understand what causes a tire to bubble and bulge on the inside or outside you must under stand the basic construction of a tire.
Standard D.O.T Tire = Rubber compounds reinforced by plies of fabric cords and metal wires.
Why - Gives tire its shape limiting how much it will be able to stretch
Cords & Metal Swords- The cords and wires are coated with adhesives and/or rubber before the other components are bonded to them during curing.
"STRONG BOND IN TIRES IS MAKE OR BUBBLE"
When a tires components become contaminated during manufacturing causing incomplete bonding during the curing process this can cause a tire to bubble or bulge.
So my tire is a manufacture defect??? =)
When the tire was installed and the proper inflation pressure was put into the tire if it did not bubble or bulge immediately before or after being put onto the vehicle the tire is NOT a manufacture defect. =(
In some cases the tire manufacture will have a recall for tires they have tested and determined to be defective. Tire inspection of a possible defect is required. The tire technician will inspect the bead area for cuts or abrasions and the inner liner for any cuts or damages. If no damages are found a claim will need to be filed with the tire manufacture. The tire manufacture will need to inspect the tire before making a warranty decision.
" When the wires snap there is no going back "
Most tire bubbles are caused by impact with curbs, potholes and other road hazards.
When the wires and cords go beyond there elastic limit you get broken cords.
Fill these area's of broken cords with air pressure and MAGIC....bubble time.
Is a tire bubble covered under a standard tire warranty?
Most standard tire warranties do not offer any protection against road hazards.
Tire warranties are mostly mileage warranties and exclude any type of road hazards in there terms and conditions. Some higher grade tires do come with road hazard warranty protection from the tire manufactures.
Bubble Trouble Summary
- How did it happen
- Will it go away by itself?
- Has this ever happened before?
- Is it dangerous to drive with a bubble?
- Is my tire defective?
- Who do I blame?
- How can I prevent a bubble?
- How to find out if a tire could be defective?