HIDDEN SECRETS ( ALMOST ) ABOUT OUR AUTO AND TRUCK TIRES
There is a dirty little secret a number of us learned the hard way years ago.
When we bought new tires, the dealer told us we had a 2 or 3 year warranty.
When a problem came up, we learned that we did not have the warranty that was implied to us.
A message is molded on the back side of the tire. Where it is hard to see, naturally.
Yes. Our tires came with the warranty. However, the warranty is from the date of manufacture.
If the tire sat in a warehouse for 6 months and in the dealers shop for a year, it gets nasty at this point.
This means that a year and a half of our warranty was expired when we bought the tire in question.
Now isn't that just lovely !
In Europe, the law says the information has to face the outside of the car.
This makes it easy to see what the owner really has.
Here in the States, that information is facing under the bottom of the car. ( The chassis )
I wonder whose idea that was ?
Image above is a direct link. It has not been copied and used as though it were actually ours. See this example below.
Scroll down on the page and see how you right click and Copy the Image URL
If you buy your tires from a high volume dealer (i.e.) like Tire Rack.com or Simple Tire.com
you will lose very little of your real warranty. Not to mention saving some dough out of your budget.
Many shops in the area will install these tires of choice for the normal mounting and balancing fee.
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YOUR TIRE LIFE
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HOW DANGEROUS ARE YOUR TIRES
By right clicking on a photo on a web page, you get this option.
It is now changed to Copy image address
1. You click on Copy image URL
2. Open an example of Notepad
3. Right click and
4. Click on Paste.
Thus you have gained access to a direct link to the picture
5. Type in < img src = "x">
6. Open this Real time editor You click on this link
7. Copy and paste the code into the new window above.
8. Remove the X and paste the URL link in there.
The image will appear in the opposite window.
If the webmaster on the site where the direct link goes to changes any single digit in that link, the image will not show.