Are Your Tires Fit for Ice and Rain?

Posted By: Main Auto Body, Inc. | February 11, 2019

Car Tires Driving On Snow

Winter conditions can make Oregon roads a hazardous place. Between ice and visibility issues, drivers are more prone to accidents this time of year. To make matters worse, a lot of cars don’t have the proper tires to deal with inclement weather. While we hope this doesn’t happen, if you do get into an accident this winter, turn to the experts at Main Auto Body and we’ll take care of you.

Preparing for Inclement Weather

While you might be able to get away with underinflated or bald tires during the spring and summer, that’s a risk you won’t want to take in the winter. In fact, swapping out your old ones for snow tires or at least new all-season tires can make a huge difference in traction. It’s important to have deep treads with a lot of grip to help you maneuver through potential ice and snow. Unfortunately, not everyone gets around to replacing their tires before bad weather hits, which can lead to collisions, sliding off the road and other risks.

The Accident Repair Pros You Can Trust

Whenever an accident happens, Main Auto Body is here. After serving the Willamette Valley and the Central Oregon Coast for decades, we’ve seen the worst of Oregon’s weather. So whether you get into a fender bender or a more extensive type of collision this season, bring your car to us and we’ll restore it back to pre-collision condition.

After you bring your vehicle in, our team will get to work assessing the damage. We carefully select the parts that are needed in order to ensure long-lasting results and a factory-finished appearance. Our technicians are highly trained and experienced in dealing with collision repair, from fixing small dents to reconstructing the entire bumper. Once the car is fixed up and ready to get back on the road, we’ll perform a series of quality checks and inspections for complete peace of mind.

Call Main Auto Body Now

If you were recently involved in an accident, call the Main Auto Body collision repair shop nearest you. We have nine locations, including Salem, Bend, Newport and more. And for your convenience, we offer towing and emergency services 24 hours a day. If you’re a victim of inclement weather, poor road conditions or ineffective tires this season, give us a call now to receive your free estimate.

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