Thinking about hitting the road this summer? Taking a big family vacation far away? I'd love to take a road trip all the way to Florida one of these years. Camp at all these interesting southern locations along the way. But before I hit the road I'd be sure to drive safe with good, new quality tires. Sam's Club is currently offering Hot Deals on Wheels
Members $70 off on any set of 4 new Michelin passenger or light truck tires (ends July 3, 2016). Members can also save $60 off any set of four Goodyear® car, minivan or light truck tires. Also, get $60 off on select sets of four Pirelli passenger or light truck tires.
And if you can find a better price than that Sam's Club is offering it's Dare to Compare, price matching offer. Tire availability include quality brands like Michelin, Goodyear, BF Goodrich and Pirelli. PLUS, Sam's club will install your tires! ($15/tire, $25/dually tire)
When you get your tires installed through their Sam’s Club Tire Installation Package Sam's Club will also provide, Tire Mounting, Tire Lifetime Balancing. Tire Lifetime Rotation, A Value Stem, No Charge Tire Lifetime Flat Repair, 24-hour Emergency Roadside Service
To take advantage of their price matching just bring a valid quote from a tire sales and installation retailer to your Sam’s Club Tire and Battery Center service counter. The tire must be the same brand, same line, same load index and same speed rating as Sam’s Club tire equivalent. Sam’s Club carries some club-specific tire lines – in these cases, Sam’s Club will compare the club-specific tire line to the equivalent general-market tire line. Sam’s Club considers the following tire lines to be equivalent and will price match accordingly: Club-Specific Tire Model, General-Market Tire Model, BFGoodrich Touring T/A
BFGoodrich Advantage T/A, Michelin Defender XT, Michelin Defender, Michelin X Radial LT2, Michelin LTX M/S2.
Aren't sure if your tires need to be replaced? Do the penny test! Place the penny in the shallowest groove with Lincoln's head pointing down. If you can see the top of his head, the tires should be replaced.
If you do need tire replacement stay true to size. New tires should always match the size of the original tires on your vehicle. Find the size in your owner's manual or the sidewall of your tire.
Know the most common types of tires and see what's right for you. All-season tires let you cruise year-round with a steady grip on all surfaces. Winter Tires power through snow and ice safely with deep treads. Performance tires accelerate faster and have better control at every turn. All-terrain tires handle dirt roads, gravel trails and more with ease.
Be sure to measure your air pressure at least once a month to ensure they're properly inflated. Also, have your Tire Pressure Monitoring System checked when you get your tires serviced.
Check your alignment every 6,000 miles to ensure each tire is straight and not wearing down the edges.
Rotate your tires every 5,000 to 8,000 miles. This means swapping front and back tires for more even wear. Get free balance and rotation for the life of the tire when you install at Sam's.