Sponsored Post: Take The Money & Ride With Cooper Tires

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Cooper Tire. All opinions are 100% mine.

If you are anything like I am, then you wait until the last possible minute before winter hits to buy new tires.  Waiting until the last minute before skidding around on bald tires is never a good plan.  With an offer like this from Cooper Tires, you don't have any reason to wait.  If you get your tires change out to Cooper Tires, then you can drive safely AND get some cash back.  In fact, with their Take the Money & Ride event, you actually get money back in the form of a pre-paid Visa gift card, just for buying something that you were already going to purchase!  Pretty nifty, right?  We definitely love getting money back on things we were going to buy anyway!

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The cool part about Cooper Tires doesn't stop there, either.  As if saving money on tires wasn't awesome enough, the handy folks over at Cooper Tires also have a list of money saving AND safety tips.  What a great idea for those of us who aren't aware of proper tire maintenance.  Who wouldn't want to extend the life of their tires?  Extending the life of your tires is saving money in itself!  More importantly, who doesn't want to protect their most precious cargo: your family?  Check out those tips at the following link: Money saving and safety tips.  We are sure that you will never be sorry to have bought Cooper Tires.

They are so sure of your happiness with these tires that they are giving you up to $80 back on a Visa card just for buying their product.  To whet your whistle, check out some of these handy tips to extend the life of your tires:

1.  Test your tire's air pressure:  If you under-inflate your tires, you can cause excessive wear on them which also lessens their lifespan.  

2.  Rotate your tires regularly: The rule of thumb with tire rotation is to rotate them every 6,000 miles.  This prevents uneven wear on them and helps them last longer.

3.  Examine your tire's tread: Bald tires can cause you to skid and with the winter coming, you want to keep your family safe while traveling.  

Whether it's a trip to the grocery store or a trip to visit grandma in Florida, you can travel safely knowing that you've gotten a great deal and are using the best tires around.  What's not to love about that?  It's like the tires are paying for themselves.

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