Find Tires for Your Car

Choose Your New Tires

Why buy new tires?

-       Better traction on different surface types. 

-       Superior handling around curves and emergency lane shifting

-       Improved performance in inclement weather

-       Quicker braking times means avoiding accidents

Why buying Tires at SVG is  a Good Idea?

SVG is offering an incredible special:

Buy 2 tires and get the other 2 free.

The best brands are available at SVG for any car and in all sizes.

Here's how to tell if your tires need to be replaced.

Tire sensors on today's cars alert drivers when they need to replace them. In the unlikely event that your car does not have them, here is a tip to help you.

All you need is a quarter.

You need to locate the most worn area on the tire and insert a quarter between the tread with Washington's head upside down.

You don't have to change your tires for now if you can't see his head, but if you can, it is time to do so.

The risks of not checking/changing your tires.

  1. Automobile accidents involve tires in about 9% of cases.
  2.  Hydroplaning is one of the most common risks associated with worn out tires and driving in the snow can be very dangerous.
  3. A worn out tire will lose air much faster than a new one.
  4. Tires that have worn out can blow out, which can be dangerous when driving.
  5. When you drive, friction creates heat between the tire and the road. With worn tires, this heat increases.

1. Tire Width (245).
It is the measurement of the width of the tire in millimeters, taken from the inner sidewall of the tire to the outside of the tire.
2. The Aspect Ratio (60)
Measures the height of the tire sidewall in relation to its width. In this case, the height of this tire is 60% of its width. A low aspect ratio indicates a tire with a low profile.
3. Radial (R)
It indicates that the tire has been constructed with radial plies.
4. Rim Size (18)
Measures the diameter of a wheel rim in inches.
5. Load Index (105)
It is a code that indicates a tire's maximum load capacity.
6. Speed Rating/Symbol (H)
This symbol indicates the maximum speed at which a tire can be operated when under full load.