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Winter Driving Tips

December 12th, 2016
When temperatures fall below freezing and precipitation makes roads slippery, driving can be both stressful and dangerous. Motorists should know what they can do to remain safer when winter driving is a necessity as well as how to deal with winter road emergencies.
  Posted in: Tire Basics

Featured Tires: Laufenn X-Fit HT

December 7th, 2016
The Laufenn X FIT HT is designed for SUVs and light truck drivers with excellent handling performance and a reliable, comfortable driving experience - at all times. No matter what season, no matter what the road brings, Laufenn tires will fit your everyday driving needs.
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Your Car’s an Investment – Protect It

November 24th, 2016

You rely on your car every day, and you have a lot of money tied up in it. It’s probably one of the more valuable things you own…so make sure you get the most out of that investment:

Oil changes: Changing your motor oil at regular intervals will ensure long engine life by cutting wear and friction and helping to prevent the buildup of sludge Antique Carand carbon on internal engine assemblies.

Cooling system: Older cast-iron engines could overheat with no serious consequences, but not so with today’s aluminum blocks and heads. Your engine’s coolant has a finite life and should be changed and flushed at regular intervals to prevent accumulation of scale and corrosion in the radiator, heater core and water pump.

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  Posted in: Auto Repair 101

Help Us to Help Them: Collecting for the Ronald McDonald House of Central Pennsylvania

November 22nd, 2016
CJ's Tire & Automotive is changing more than tires by making it our mission to give back to local communities in which we do business. Our next way of giving back? We're raising money for the Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Central Pennsylvania.
  Posted in: CJ Tire News

Thanksgiving Driving Tips

November 21st, 2016
Over the river and through the woods to Thanksgiving dinner you go. Follow these safety tips and suggestions to make it as quick and stress-free as possible. 
  Posted in: CJ Tire News

Featured Tires: Michelin® Premier® Family of Tires

November 16th, 2016
Safe When New. Safe When Worn. Even when half-worn, it's still safe, thanks to EverGrip™ wet-braking technology. The Michelin® Premier® family of tires stops shorter on wet roads than leading competitors' brand-new tires.
  Posted in: Tires 101

What To Do With Those Old Tires

November 10th, 2016

Every year, about 290 million tires are discarded; of those, about 233 million are recycled in one way or another. Shredded tires can be used for playground surfaces, welcome mats, hot-melt asphalt, bark mulch and even made into building material for “green” construction.

But what can you do with your old tires? Here are some ideas:

--Fill a tractor tire with sand to make a great sandbox for kidsTire swing

--Hang a tire from a rope as a tire swing

--Stack a couple of tires on top of each other, bolt them together and paint them a cheerful color, then use them as a planter

--Lay two rows of tires next to each other, somewhat staggered, and use them for broken-field running as part of football conditioning

--Bolt two tires toget ...[more]

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  Posted in: Tires 101

Featured Tires: Falken Sincera SN250 A/S

November 7th, 2016
The Falken Sincera SN250 A/S is a long lasting all-season performance touring tire specifically designed to provide class-leading durability, all-season performance and ride comfort. The SN250 was built to replace the older model SN211 A/S.
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So…Many…Kinds…of Tires

October 27th, 2016

Different Types of TiresEver think about all the different vehicles that use rubber tires? Tractors, industrial equipment, everything else that rolls on rubber?

Each specialized type of tire requires a specialized design for its specific purpose. Aircraft tires, for instance, have to be very robust and handle a great deal of weight and stress, but for only a short period of time. Aircraft tires are often filled with an inert gas such as nitrogen, for more stable inflation levels, and are designed with specialized fusible plugs which provide a safer failure mode (rather than a sudden, catastrophic tire explosion).  

Off-the-road tires, for vehicles such as graders or mining equipment, operate at low speeds but have to be able to withstand severe service conditions while h ...[more]

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The Scariest Pumpkins Ever

October 24th, 2016
Everyone dreads looking down at their dash and seeing a warning light. But do you know what they indicate, if they show up?
  Posted in: Auto Repair 101
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