Tires for Any Year Honda
At Ed Voyles Honda we sell all types of Tires for Honda’s. We use:
Free Tire Rotation every 6000 miles or as needed!
Tire Pressure Monitoring System?
Atlanta traffic and roads depend on properly inflated tires. Tire Pressure Monitoring is standard in all current Honda’s. Tire Pressure Monitoring will help you as a driver to monitor your tire pressure every time you start your Honda! According to fueleconomy.gov, fuel economy can drop .3% ( Approx. $.08 per gallon) for every 1 psi drop in pressure on all 4 tires. NEVER USE THE MAXIMUM PRESSURE WRITTEN ON THE TIRE WALL! Ed Voyles Honda recommends still checking tires with a conventional tire Pressure Gauge periodically to insure TPMS system is accurate.
You will see your TPM light come on from time to time due to variations in temperature. But if it comes on, it is a good idea to always check your tires inflation.
What do all the Tire Numbers on my tire mean?
A standard tire will have a number on the wall of the tire, Example P235/65 R17 103T all-season. (Standard tires size on a 2012 Honda Odyssey)
Penny Test-Tread provides the grip needed to maintain traction on a road surface. To check your tread level, imply take a penny and if the tread does not cover or reach the top of Abe Lincoln’s head (1/16 of an inch according to SafeCar.gov). It is time to replace your tires!
With all this information in mind, please allow our Qualified Honda Technicians to suggest several tires that will compliment your Honda’s performance. Drive safe and be sure to check your tire pressure!