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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta RIGHT? NO, WRONG! Will tires last longer if the air pressure is reduc- ed by about four pounds during a long distance trip? No. Tires should be kept at their recommend- ed inflation pres- ure for all normal driving. Pressure should be checked at least once a month. Under- inflation causes excessive wear at the outer edges; overinflation causes excessive wear at the cen- ter. If your car won't start and a clicking sound is heard when the ig- nition switch is turned, you know the battery is dead and should be replaced. Wrong save your money. It may not be the battery at all. First check for corroded battery terminals, which often causes the symptoms of a rundown battery. Clean them up and try again be- fore investing in a new battery. Disc brakes need no service until a squeak is heard. Wrong Some disc brakes have a warning device that sets up a whine when wear is .excessive, but the squeal also may be caused by metal to metal contact due to brake pads having worn completely away. This condi- tion can cause serious and ex- pensive damage to the rotors. For safety's sake, have all brakes checked at least twice a year; more often as they reach the end of their life ex- pectancy. Is the only pur- pose of shock ab- sorbers to keep the car from bouncing? No. Shock ab- sorbers are in- tended to keep the wheel in contact with the road un- der all driving conditions, so this becomes a safety consideration. Firm shock ab- sorbers will pre- vent loss of con- trol when steer- ing or braking. with Uniroyal's SNOWPLOW RADIAL The steel belted radial snow tire that will last for more winters than any conventional snow tire you've ever owned. The combination of steel belts and radial design gives you the best in traction, steering control and gen- eral hazard protection, even in the worst winter weather. Designed to give you many more miles of steady winter driving. The radial design of the Snowplow helps save on gas, too. Uniroyal has a snow tire to fit every car and every pocket book. SNOWPLOW BELTED 2-ply nylon cord body with 2-ply rayon belt. Wider tread design than conventional snow tires to "dig-in and SUPER WINTERIDE Economical 4-ply nylon with great snow traction. Available in 78 series and 83 series, for smaller cars. Also available in 78 series belted. Let us put a snowplow on your car KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. LETHBRIDGE 1621 3rd. Ave. S. Phone 327-5985 TABER 6201 50th Ave. Phone 223-3441 CALGARY 1210-45th Ave. N.E. Phone 276-5344 Also available at the following Uniroyal Tiro Doalors: HiwiyTexico Raymond Harry's Tire Sorvico Clarmholm 1 Jubilw Motors Raymond Sinrice Centre Cardston Barton Motors Picture Larson's Tire Shop Fort Macleod Mean Sonrice Station 1313 MM Drive S. Lath. Royai Sfnrica Contra 1818 MM Drive Lath. UNIROYAL ;