It is not extremely hot or cold right now, but car care experts say that is no reason to let maintenance become an afterthought. With spring here and temperatures on the rise, you may notice your car is driving differently. Chuck Tucker, General Manager at Andy's Tire and Auto Center, says that may be because of the potholes that are often part of the spring thaw.
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He says you should look for and remove any foreign objects or debris that might have become wedged between the treads. Always check for irregular wear patterns, as that may mean your tires need rotating and/or your wheels need to be realigned.