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  1. TrueCar, Inc. was founded to establish a global environment where buying a car is uplifting. Our virtual auto market enables clients to consider options from all angles while maintaining a clear understanding of what constitutes a great deal. For more details: https://epicsubmit.com/listing/true-car/
  2. I inherited a 2007 Mazda CX-7 from my family in good condition. About a week ago due to low tire pressure, I lost control of the car on the LIE taking a turn and ended up rolling over a bumpy highway divider, spinning the car, and blew out both of my back tires. I rode the car on the flat tires about 1500-2000 feet to the highway exit where there was luckily a Mavis discount tire, and they replaced both the tires. Everything seems to work perfectly, except for a loud creaking/clicking noise coming from the rear left tire about once per rotation. It seems to be mostly when the car turns to the right. I don’t know much about cars, but I don’t think its a CV joint since its a FWD car and correct me if I’m wrong but aren’t these only in the front? What else could this clicking noise be? Could the wheel be damaged, or could it be the rotor/brakes?
  3. Hi everyone! I am conducting a survey for school about which attributes customers value the most when buying tires. I would really appreciate all answers regarding the picture above! It would also be a great help if you told why you chose a certain option. Thank you for your help!
  4. Car tires are subjected to some of the harshest environments than any other type of consumer product. Moreover, it is stretched and ruled millions of miles during its life and is exposed to the environment’s harmful elements. Tires are subjected to the winter’s cold and the summer’s heat, leading to the rubber compound’s continuous expansion and contraction. Modern tires come with anti-aging chemicals, but exposure to full elements results in loss of elasticity leading to cracks on the tire surface.
  5. Every tire’s usable life differs based on its design and other wear and tear factors. But manufacturers and servicing agencies recommend replacing after a specific mileage to avoid accidents. All manufacturers provide warranty and guidelines for proper usage and maintenance of tires. Replacing tires irrespective of the tread depth after every 5 to 6 years is always considered a healthy practice.
  6. Modern-day tires use multiple layers of polyester bands, rubber, and steel bands. As the tires start to age, these layers begin to damage and lose their ability to grip the road. Multiple noticeable symptoms tell where it is not in good shape. Some common indications include lack of traction on wet surfaces, noise, vibration, excessive wobbling, etc. Sometimes when the tread of the tire develops defects that cannot be balanced, it results in separation of the polyester band from the Steel bands inside the tire. For any enquiry :-https://www.orienttech.com.qa/our-services/
  7. Typically, OEM tires on a new vehicle last for around 50,000 miles before replacement. Several factors affect the useful life of a set of tires. People must take good care of tires to ensure proper functionality and safety. The type of tire pleases a significant rule in its usability. Softer tires provide better road grip but wear out quickly. On the other hand, performance-oriented tires wear out much sooner compared to the standard all-season alternatives.
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