Recycling Used Tires

December 01, 2015

Used tires are an important part of the tire industry. Many car owners are looking for an inexpensive, short-term solution to their sudden tire problems. People rarely set aside money in their savings for tires, and tire repairs and replacements often come at the worst times. Luckily,  there's an easy way to resolve this problem that's good for your pocketbook, and also good for the environment: used tires.

Some people buy a new set of tires before their old tires are worn. When the tires are removed, they are sent to a screening location where they go through a process that rates their wear life, and general condition. Tires with low tread depth, or other damages are screened out, and only the tires that are reliable, and long-lasting remain. After this process is complete, the reuseable tires are sent back out to the stores, and offered to consumers looking for a inexpensive, short-term option for their vehicle.

This option offers consumers an environmentally-friendly, inexpensive option that gets them back on the road quickly and efficiently. 

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