Check out this quick guest post from Brand Tire & Service about choosing the right tires!
There’s nothing worse than getting caught out in the middle of nowhere with a blown out tire. This situation can easily be prevented by taking the right precautions – starting with choosing the right tires. When picking out tires for your RV the first place to start is your owner’s manual which should have recommendations provided by your vehicle’s manufacturer. Using these recommendations, you’ll have an idea of the right tire size and load range.
The next step is to weigh your vehicle to determine the maximum weight and load capacity that your tires can handle. Remember to weigh your vehicle with all of your personal items and passengers on board, as this will give you a more accurate reading. Besides tire size and load range, make sure you take into account the terrain and climate that you’ll be traveling in. Depending on the weather and terrain, you may need snow tires or tires with a wider tread to give you added traction on wet or rocky roads.
For more information on RV or trailer tires, please check out this guide provided by Brand Tire & Service.