Whether you need tire care, tire repair, or new tires, you need the New Orleans auto care experts at Twin Tire.
Imagine this. You're headed to see the Pelicans play when you happen to notice that the tread on your tires is worn. What do you do? Well, you go to your 3D printer, punch a button and - Voila! You have "retreaded" your own tire. Or, you use your 3D printer to adjust the tread to different driving conditions - like when you're going off road or into snow.
That's part of the Michelin tire company's new "concept tire" that the company came up with last summer. The tire can not only be made on a 3D printer, it needs no air. And the wheel itself is not metal, but something that looks kind of like a honeycomb (Michelin says it's inspired by coral) that makes it ultra-hard-wearing. Its composite material is made of fully organic materials and/or materials that are the product of recycling.
Sound pretty farfetched? Well, perhaps, although Michelin says it's "realistic." But it's going to be awhile before it becomes a reality. In the meantime, you need to keep an eye on your tires and make sure they're balanced, properly inflated, rotated and replaced when needed.
While that might not seem as easy as pressing a button to generate new tread, you can make it easy on yourself by consulting the New Orleans auto care and auto repair experts at Twin Tire Auto Care. Twin Tire's New Orleans auto care and auto repair pros can balance, rotate, and ensure your tires are properly inflated to make sure they're well maintained and will last for many miles. And, when your New Orleans tires finally need replacing, Twin Tire can also help. Twin Tire carries Michelin and all other brands of tire to fit any driving style, vehicle or driving need.
Twin Tire has been the trusted New Orleans auto repair and auto care service center since 1973. Twin Tire has three convenient New Orleans auto care and auto repair service centers to help you: Harvey, Marrero and Hammond. Twin Tire also has a New Orleans auto care and auto repair service center in Harahan for heavy commercial vehicles.