Continental Tires Sale through November 2nd 2015, Get a $70.00 Visa prepaid card!
- $70.00 Visa card with the purchase of 4 tires
- FREE Mounting & Balancing
- FREE Alignment Check
- FREE Nitrofill Nitrogen tire fill
Best Auto Service Center in Tannersville, PA
We are an AAA certified repair shop. That means our work is backed up by a nationwide warranty and our customers get a discount for being a AAA member. We are also a ACDelco preferred service center. All or or customers receive free of charge, the AC Delco Consumer Assurance which covers free lockout service, jump start, flat tire assistance, fluid delivery and up to a $75.00 in towing reimbursement. Having peace of mind knowing your car is fixed by certified technicians who train on a monthly basis and know your car is fixed right the first time. Our shop is family owned and operated. Our staff does not work on a commission basis like the chain stores and dealers.
Continental Tires Safety – Wherever Rubber Meets Road:
- For any surface and every season, there’s a Continental tire that delivers superior performance and unparalleled safety.
- Driving Tips For Wet Roads – s summer comes to a close so begins the fall season and football, everything pumpkin and of course, rain. Driving in the rain can be dangerous; in fact thousands of car accidents each year are caused by wet driving conditions. It doesn’t have to be this way though. We have a few simple tips to help you navigate those wet roads this fall. Take a look.
- Check the tires tread depth. Tires should have 1/16 inch tread depth in order to perform the in the way for which they were designed. Proper tread depth will help prevent skids and hydroplaning.
- Have your tires rotated at least every 6,000 – 7,000 miles. This will aid in detecting alignment problems and help prevent irregular wear.
- Keep your tires properly inflated. The correct air pressure for your tires is specified by the vehicle manufacturer and can be found on the vehicle door edge, door post, glove box door or fuel door. It is also listed in the owner’s manual. The number listed on the side of the tire is not the recommended air pressure for your tire — it is the maximum air pressure for the tire. You should check your tire’s air pressure at least once a month. It takes five minutes and will save you money and headaches down the road.
- Slow Down – As rain falls, it mixes with grime and oil on the road creating slick conditions perfect for skids. The best way to avoid skidding is to slow down. Driving at a slower pace allows more of the tire’s tread to make contact with the road, which leads to better traction.
- Recover From a Skid – Skids can even happen to the most cautious drivers. If your car does skid, remember not to slam on the brakes, and do not pump the brakes if you have an anti-lock braking system (ABS). Instead apply pressure to the brakes in a firm manner and steer the car in the direction of the skid.