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When you change the tires of your car, what do you do to the old tires?
What would you like to do to the old tires and how much are you prepared to pay for disposal of four tires?
Usage of old tires depends entirely on yourself. Mentioned below few ways to get rid of them without actually getting rid of them!
Use old tires in the garden. Place in yard and fill with potting soil. Add your favorite plant or flowers for a decorative accent to increase curb appeal.
Create a training area and obstacle course for older children who participate in sports. Remove any debris from used tires by thoroughly washing with detergent and rinse.
Bring used tires to a retailer, service station or local recycling facility that accepts and must then recycle tires.
Notice when or if a local municipality offers a tire amnesty. The program allows local citizens to deposit a limited number of used tires at a drop off site for free.
Sell used tires in scrap or organize a yard sale for salvage and use to make new tires. If the used tires are threadbare, recycling is a great alternative.
Make a tree swing for hours of fun. Choose a tree with a strong branch and decide on a horizontal or vertical swing. Purchase nylon rope specifically made for weight bearing.
I take them to the dump, where they have a recycling drop-off for tires. All tires are used by the county for public works projects including playground ground cover, erosion control, and other such uses. If you have the tire places around here recycle the tires for you it is, if I remember correctly, $4 per tire. I live a mile from the dump, so I generally prefer to take them myself than to pay $16-$20 for them to do it.
by Andrew6 years ago
What is the best brand of car tires for the money?Regardless of size what company is the best for the cost? A Toyo tire will always cost less then a Michelin tire but is a Toyo worth the price?
by shahrokh18 years ago
by InfoFinder6 years ago
How do you choose the best tires for your car?Does anyone have any tips on choosing the best tire for your car or truck? Please share.
by jackiejaxon5 years ago
I have driven a car for a number of years but recently moved on to motorcycles and though there are critical differences between the two, I notice that the motorcycle tires wear out much faster than the way the tires on...
by Ruben Rivera7 years ago
So I have a charger with 215's on it, can i put 235's on the same rim or do I have get new rims as well?Thanks
by ahmed aboelkhair2 years ago
What cause the car pull to one side when you apply brake at 60 km/hr?
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