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December Tire Spotlight: Uniroyal Tiger Paw AWP II

December 4th, 2015
Uniroyal Tires in Mirimar, FLIt’s an old name that’s been around for a long, long time…and Uniroyal’s Tiger Paw AWP II is still a great value in an all-season tire for cars and minivans. 
The Tiger Paw AWP II delivers a forgiving ride and low road noise at a surprisingly affordable price. It’s designed with a modern tread compound for traction in almost all weather conditions, and uses Uniroyal’s Durashield construction. Internally, the Tiger Paw AWP II incorporates pyramidal steel belts, insulating belt-edge strips, two heavy-duty carcass plies and a heavy gauge inner liner. It’s all designed for help the Tiger Paw AWP II absorb impacts, reduce stresses, run cooler and extend tread life. 
 
The Tiger Paw  AWP II features three deep circumf ...[more]
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November Tire Spotlight: BFGoodrich Advantage T/A

November 4th, 2015
BFGoodrich Tires in Miami, FLDesigned for sports sedans and sporty touring coupes, the BF Goodrich Advantage T/A has long been a top seller in the BFGoodrich catalog, and for good reason. It’s an everyday tire that still offers crisp and responsive handling, and combines true all-season traction with sporty looks, low noise and great road manners. Among the features on the BF Goodrich Advantage T/A: 
 
  • Exclusive BF Goodrich G-Grip interlocking sipe pattern and an all-season tread compound for exceptional handling and traction in wet weather
  • Deep, wide grooves at the tire’s circumference help direct water away from the tire footprint and prevent hydroplaning
  • BF Goodrich’s ETEC (Equal Tension Containment System) reinforces the t ...[more]
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Meet the Michelin Pilot Sport PS2

October 27th, 2015

Michelin Tires in Fort Lauderdale, FL

Michelin’s Pilot Sport PS2 is the OEM factory tire on performance cars like the BMW M3, Porsche 911 and Chevrolet Corvette ZR1, and for good reason. The Pilot Sport PS2 offers phenomenal performance in the ultra high performance (UHP) summer tire category. 
 
The Pilot Sport PS2 uses two separate tread formulations – a hybrid silica/carbon black compound begins at the tire’s outer shoulder and continues across the tread. Closer to the inside shoulder, the tread compound changes to a silica-rich formulation; together, they help provide optimum traction in wet or dry weather. The tread design itself is just as innovative, with an asymmetric pattern that features large outer shoulder blocks and continuous intermediate and cente ...[more]
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Quality Service & Low Price Tires

July 1st, 2015

Tires in Miramar, FLFor over 30 years, customers in Hollywood, FL and Pembroke Pines, FL have been coming to Family Tire Distributors…we’ve been the hometown tire specialist for South Florida since 1981! Since it’s only a few minutes’ drive, we’d like to invite Miramar, FL drivers to check out what we can offer as well. Why make the drive from Miramar, FL to Family Tire Distributors? Glad you asked!

  • Unbeatable prices on premium tires for cars, minivans, light trucks, SUVs and crossovers, from brands like Bridgestone, Yokohama, Michelin, Continental, Goodyear and Firestone. Those all come with free mounting, balancing and rotation for the life of the tire, as well as full factory warranty coverage. We’re confident that you’ll have a hard time finding a better deal than that in the Miramar, FL area. ...[more]
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Buying Tires in Florida

April 22nd, 2015

tires in floridaAt Family Tire Distributors, we know that buying tires in Florida can be a confusing experience. Luckily, our talented staff is here to assist customers in Pembroke Pines and Hollywood, FL. Here are some things to remember, whether you’re buying tires in Florida or anywhere else! 

  • Your car’s suspension and steering were designed for a specific size and style of tire. When you’re buying tires in Florida, one way to simplify the process is to opt for the exact same size, style and make of tire that was original factory equipment for your car. 
  • If you’d like to see better fuel economy (who doesn’t these days?), you might look into low-rolling-resistance tires. These tires use technologically advanced tread designs and rubber compounds to cut the amount of effor ...[more]
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