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Best Buy Tire Pros ((BETTER))

Hit the highway with a new set of tires from Bridgestone. Visit Best Buy Tire Pros at 244 N Glendale Ave, or call today to make an appointment and let an expert technician help you find the right fit for your vehicle.

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Let us help you pick the right car lift for your needs. For the professional auto repair shop, we stock industry certified automotive lifts: 2 post lifts, 4 post lifts, alignment lifts, heavy duty 4 post lifts, and motorcycle lifts. We also cater to the car collectors who want the best garage equipment for their shop. Four post car storage lifts will keep your investment safe and make it easy to take your car for a weekend drive.

Check out our great deals on tire changer / wheel balancer combos! Whatever your tire changer-wheel balancer needs, we have the right automotive equipment for your shop. Whether it's an affordable tire changer you need or a wheel balancer for a high volume shop, we have it. See all the tire changers and wheel balancers that we carry.

We stock all of the essential auto equipment for the professional mechanic and hobbyist. We carry every kind of jack that you need: tranny jacks, air jacks, floor jacks and more. Also, we sell several kinds of shop presses, auto body rotisseries and dollies. Whatever shop equipment you need, we'll help you get it. If you need help deciding what auto equipment your shop needs, call us at 1-855-275-5141 or email us at:

Best Buy Automotive Equipment is one of the largest automotive repair equipment dealers in the U.S. We stock thousands of items at our warehouses. This volume of business allows us to bring you both the best prices and top quality automotive equipment.

Many OTHER distributors will sell you shop equipment but when you call them for help they slam the door on your face. At Best Buy Automotive Equipment we will get you the best price as well as excellent customer service.

Well, for its price, the GXL has one of the best braking power in its class. The scooter employs regenerative braking on the front tire and has a rear disc brake that work together to bring the scooter to a stop in 16.7 ft from its top speed of 13.5 mph.

Something else this affordable electric scooter does well is deliver a good ride quality. The 8.5-inch pneumatic tires absorb a lot of the vibrations experienced on the riding track, and their grip keeps the scooter grounded during the ride. You also get 8.6 inches x 6.0-inches of deck space, which for a scooter this size is pretty generous.

The Hiboy S2 e-scooter does not deliver the most comfortable ride and ranks 5th for ride comfort on this list. The not-so-great ride quality is courtesy of the 8.5 inch honeycomb tires. However, they are not as stiff as fully solid rubber tires, and their impact is slightly lessened by the rear suspension. The 17.0 inch x 6.0 inch riding platform is not the most adequate, and riders may struggle finding a comfortable stance, but it is quite typical of commuter scooters.

The scooter also has a well-rounded performance with top speeds of 16.3 mph, which is quite typical of electric scooters in this class. You can access any of the 4 riding modes, including E-Save (practically a walk-assist mode that helps as you push the scooter alongside you on a bike lane), Custom, Pedestrian, and Sport mode. The 48 V, 365 wh battery delivers a best-in-class range at 15.7 miles. For safety, the 75 mm drum brakes provide the shortest braking distance in its class at 14.1 ft from a speed of 15.0 mph and resist skidding when bringing the scooter to a stop.

Finally, the smooth braking and throttle further improve the ride experience. And we love the always-on, adjustable halo headlight.; The bright headlight crowns the safety features, and we can call this the best cheap electric scooter on our list for night riding. The dash is nice, bright, and easy to read, even in direct sunlight making the KQi2 Pro a reliable electric scooter. Note that this scooter only supports riders weighing under 220.0 lbs, so heavier riders should check out their bigger scooters; the KQi3 Pro and the KQi3 Max.

The UM1 scooter also has a smooth, stable ride from its 9.0 inch pneumatic tires. The stability is also a result of the wedge of rubber built into the stem, which absorbs vibrations that would otherwise reach your hands. Anyhill describes this as their built-in vibration damper.

Despite advances in tire technology, tread life is finite and will vary by car type, tire type (such as all-season or ultra-high-performance all-season), driving aggressiveness, and even road and weather conditions. You need to replace your tires a few times or more during the life of a typical vehicle. As the adage goes, nothing lasts forever.

Proper maintenance and responsible driving can maximize the mileage in a set of tires. Monthly tread inspections can reveal when the tires warrant replacement, well in advance of the federally mandated treadwear indicators. And when it comes time to buy, you can use CR treadwear ratings to find tires that should provide a long service life.

All-season tires come in sizes to fit everything from small cars to light-duty SUVs and pickups. They are for drivers who want year-round traction, long treadwear, and a comfortable ride. But all-season tires typically lack the precise handling and grip of performance tires.Speed rating: T (118 mph) or H (130 mph)Treadwear warranty: None or 40,000 to 100,000 milesTypical wheel size: 15 to 20 inches

Performance all-season tires provide year-round grip tuned for enthusiastic driving. They have a higher speed rating than standard all-season tires, and they generally provide better handling and braking than regular all-seasons. Some performance all-season tires, denoted by a snowflake mountain symbol on the sidewall, have cold-weather traction that rivals dedicated winter/snow tires, yet they can be used on the car year-round. These all-weather tires do not need to be changed seasonally. Speed rating: Typically V (149 mph)Treadwear warranty: None or 40,000 to 85,000 milesTypical wheel size: 15 to 20 inches

All-season truck tires are designed for the heavy loads an SUV or pickup can move. These are well-rounded tires designed to perform well in most conditions.Speed rating: S (112 mph), T (118 mph), or H (130 mph)Treadwear warranty: 60,000 to 80,000 milesTypical wheel size: 15 to 22 inches

All-season SUV tires are specifically designed for modern SUVs, splitting the difference between car and truck tires. They are tuned for the performance, comfortable ride, and light-duty towing capabilities of those vehicles.Speed rating: H (130 mph) or V (149 mph)Treadwear warranty: 60,000 to 90,000 milesTypical wheel size: 16 to 20 inches

Engineered for more heavy-duty applications, all-terrain truck tires are suitable for use on paved roads and for light off-road use. The more rugged tread is designed to provide added traction on unpaved and snowy roads.Speed rating: S (112 mph) or T (118 mph)Treadwear warranty: 50,000 to 65,000 milesTypical wheel size: 15 to 20 inches

Winter/snow tires offer superior grip to go, stop, and corner in cold, inclement weather. But they typically have faster treadwear than all-season tires because the tread is specifically designed to bite into snow and ice, and the rubber is formulated to stay pliable at freezing temperatures. Also, winter/snow tires generally take longer to stop than all-season tires on cleared roads. We test winter/snow tires suited to cars, performance winter/snow tires for sports cars, and truck winter/snow tires for pickups and SUVs.Speed rating: Q (99 mph), R (106 mph), S (112 mph), T (118 mph), H (130 mph), or V (149 mph)Treadwear warranty: None for mostTypical wheel size: 15 to 22 inches

Performance winter/snow tires come in sizes to fit cars using UHP all-season and summer tires. They are designed to be seasonal replacements for those vehicles, providing improved cold-weather grip.Speed rating: H (130 mph) or higherTreadwear warranty: None for mostTypical wheel size: 17 to 20 inches

Truck winter/snow tires are specifically designed for pickups and SUVs. Like car winter/snow tires, always use truck winter/snow tires in a set of four for optimum grip to go, stop, and corner.Speed rating: R (106 mph), S (112 mph), or T (118 mph)Treadwear warranty: Typically noneTypical wheel size: 15 to 20 inches

A treadwear grade is found on most new tires. But that grade is a comparative tool, and it does not tell in miles how long any one tire might last. Further, manufacturers use different methodologies in making treadwear mileage claims, which in turn makes comparing tire mileages across tire brands challenging.

Consumer Reports provides a comparative tread-life mileage figure in our tire ratings chart, offering projected mileage of all-season and performance all-season car tires. The predicted mileage is based on our rigorous vehicle treadwear test, in which we run tires around the clock, over 1,000 miles a day. Car and truck tires are run to 16,000 miles. You can check our tire ratings for details.

Tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) have been standard equipment in all new cars since model year 2008. Since their introduction, government studies have found that the systems have led to a significant reduction in underinflated tires on the road, benefiting fuel economy and safety. 041b061a72


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