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Michelin LX- M/S2 All-Season Radial Tires Are Great!

Updated on October 7, 2019
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Kenneth is a rural citizen of Hamilton, Ala., and has begun to observe life and certain things and people helping him to write about them.

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Are Tires That Important

on your car? Yes. Because they are always roll over such things (on the ground) as shreds of glass, nails, pieces of metal and lumber and there is that time when your tires need replacing, not because of being hit by a hazard, but because your tires have been worn-out. You would be surprised to find out how many drivers today allow their tires to run day-to-day without checking them and sure enough, they get worn, just like clothing. But worn clothing will not cause you any accident if you are traveling, but a worn tire will. This is a fact of life.

“Mr. and Ms. Tire Owners,” whether you own a car, truck, or light-truck,you can shop with all of the major tire outlets, then see Amazon. But the choice is up to you. They have tires of all sizes, brands, and grades.

You Can Always Rely

Michelin LTX, All-Season Radial-Tire/dp/B00G4TUOFM, for every day from outlets who stock Michelin Tires. All-Season Radial-Tire because Michelin means Performance not just for a few weeks, but many, many weeks of sound endurance that comes with every tire that Michelin produces.

In my younger years, when I was about 12, I because interested in cars so much that I would spend more time looking at our family car, a 1964 Chevrolet Belair and I loved that car so much although it belonged to my dad. He was such a blessing not only for me, but our family. When we had problems, he was there to fix the problem or just sit and listen. Everything was better when my dad was there.

Some days when I find myself when I look into the mirror (to get dressed to head to work, when I did work) I recall those “Honey Days” when I was 16 to 18, driving my own car and on that car, it was something that, yes, my dad influenced my brand of tires to be put on my car, Michelin Tires, of course. Now. My dad was very strict about me “burning the rubber” when I would take off at a redlight, and not because I would get in trouble (my dad did essentially the same thing in his boy years) but because I would wear-off the tread of my Michelin tires, that they did have raised white letters on the outside of the tire wall telling the world: Michelin Tires roll on this car and I really thought these things and when I did take-off from the redlight, I know that my buddies laughed me, because I did not squeal my tires, but slowly pushed down the accelerator and felt so good about my tires and what my dad had taught me.

Of all the things that I still appreciate about him was the fact that he would not put any other tire on his ‘64 Chevy but a Michelin. Not any of the other national brands, simply because as he told me at an older age that (as he put it) when you do business with people, there comes a bond of trust between the customer and the merchant, but when either of the parties betray or neglect that trust, there comes only confusion and strife. That explained why he drove to a town 65 miles from our town to a Michelin Tire Store and he and the owner were good friends and they got along well for many years. It was all because they trusted each other.

And that it why I grew up with my dad’s wisdom not just about Michelin tires, but in life as well. I appreciate my dad and I will never those trips we made to the Michelin Tire Store so he and I could have those father and son talks.

September 19, 2019_______________________________________________


© 2019 Kenneth Avery

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    • kenneth avery profile imageAUTHOR

      Kenneth Avery 

      6 weeks ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      Lester: First of all, I am sorry. I am not an auto mechanic. I write stories for this website. But if you want me to recommend a place for you to take your car, see the people with a yellow sign, Midas, that is the one. Just ask. What have you got to lose?

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      Lester Jenkins 

      6 weeks ago

      My 2007 Honda Odessey has been parked in my garage for 4 months. when I started and drove it today my transmission slipped and it changed gears really rough. It ran perfectly when I parked it. I checked the fluid level per directions and it was ok. I checked for leaks and there were none. What could be the problem?? I need help!

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      Kenneth Avery 

      7 weeks ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      Hi, RoadMonkey, thank you, dear friend, for your comment which I love and appreciate. I try to do the best I can with what I have and as for me, I am glad (to God and His mercy) to be here. And while I have your attention: I have ever told you, but I have always envied your pen name: RoadMonkey, what a clever hub name. I mean it.

      Write me anytime.

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      RoadMonkey 

      7 weeks ago

      I am glad to see you are adding pieces of your history to these articles. I always enjoyed reading about your upbringing. I hope that you are keeping well.

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