Serving the Plymouth, Sheboygan, and Port Washington areas, at Van Horn Chevrolet of Plymouth, we know how intense Wisconsin winters can be. That’s why November is a great time to make sure your 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 has tires that are ready for the upcoming season. Our Chevy dealer in Wisconsin offers these tips for choosing seasonal tires.
Studs or no studs? Studded tires may come to mind first when you think about winter tires, as the small metal nubs distributed throughout the tread do provide excellent grip on slippery roads. Studded tires aren’t always legal, though, as they can be damaging to asphalt. If you don’t need them this winter, consider skipping the studs.
What’s your budget? Van Horn Chevrolet of Plymouth understands that tires can be expensive, and our technicians can help you match the right tire to your budget. Just let us know.
Don’t mix and drive. Mismatched tires can affect how your car handles and brakes, especially in wet, slippery conditions. Not only can this be a safety issue, but it can also lead to premature wear on expensive suspension and brake components. While it’s tempting just to replace one or two tires if your set has worn unevenly, resist! Replace all four.
Size matters. Our technicians will make sure you’re selecting a proper tire size, but it’s always nice to know what you’re looking at. Our Wisconsin Chevy dealer knows which tires are designed to fit your 2019 Chevy Silverado 1500 and will help you make the best decision.
Choosing tires for the winter season isn’t always easy. That’s why our team at Van Horn Chevrolet of Plymouth is here. We know the specs of various models, like a 2019 Chevy Silverado, so we can show you a variety of tires suited for your pickup.