The only part of a vehicle with direct contact to the road, buying the correct tires can improve both maneuverability and dependability. Serving Columbus, OH as the premier dealer of top quality tires, Boyd’s Tire and Service Center understands finding the right tire can be difficult when differentiating between performance levels. Consult the trusted staff of Boyd’s Tire and Service Center for information and specifications on all tires, with knowledgeable advice to best suit driving styles and travel conditions.
From tire brand to design, understanding what distinguishes one tire from the next can be a daunting task for any vehicle owner. However, with over eighteen years of experience in tire retail selection and installation in Columbus, OH, Boyd’s Tire and Service ...[more]
It’s springtime in Columbus again, and we all know what that means – rain, rain, rain. Boyd’s Tire & Service Center wants to make sure you and your family stay safe while driving in these April showers.
Hydroplaning happens when a layer of water comes between your tires and the road, causing your vehicle to actually float on top of the water. During this time, you may lose total control of steering, and in turn, the car. Hydroplaning usually causes the steering wheel to jerk and pulls the vehicle towards the puddle of water.
One of the things you can do to prevent your vehicle from hydroplaning is to regularly inspect your tires.
1. Make sure your tires are properly inflated. When your tires are over or under inflated, hydroplaning beco ...[more]
- Depending on the kind of tires you select, you may notice a change in the feel/sound of your commute. Because winter tires have more of a grip on the road, they might sound louder depending on your vehicle. If you notice it at all, don’t panic. You are only hearing the added contact. If you add studs or chains to the mix, the sound will increase as well, and you may feel as if you are driving an armored tank down the road. Keep ...[more]
When your car's "Check Engine" light comes on, it's usually accompanied by a sinking feeling in the pit of your stomach. The light could mean a costly problem, like a bad catalytic converter, or it could be something minor, like a loose gas cap. But in many cases, it means at minimum that you'll be visiting your mechanic to locate the malfunction and get the light turned off.
The Check Engine light, more formally known as the Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL), is a signal from the car's engine computer that something is wrong. Older vehicles may not have this, but any newer vehicle is equipped with a tiny all-knowing computer that will be your lifeline in communicating any problem with how the engine is running. Your Tire and Automotive service department can diag ...[more]
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