Cooper Tire Fall Rebate Event

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

73 days until Christmas. I’m a nester. When the holidays start to roll around again. I pull out my specifically-bought or family hand-me-down decorations. Planning our family rituals is always first on the list of my priorities.

Our family loves the mountains. We love to visit different parks and festivals. As we wind around those old moonshine roads, I cringe even with my responsible husband driving. It makes me really thankful for good tires and that we check them regularly. I love the colorful leaves changing everyday, but I don’t like the danger those slippery devils present. Good tires help.

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Cooper Tire Fall Rebate Event is happening now which could help you get where you need to go. A couple of their features tires include the Discoverer SRV (for SUVs), the Discoverer STT Pro (THE mud tire), and the CS5 Touring (the premium passenger tire). If you’re interested in these now through October 31st is a great time to purchase. You can get a prepaid Visa card up to $70 when you buy a set of four qualifying Cooper Tires through a participating dealer. This is a pretty nice chunk of change for all those fall adventures!

Cooper premium tires tout a 65,000-mile treadwear protection warranty and a 45-day road test guarantee. Meaning, if you aren’t satisfied with your Discoverer SRX tire purchase, you may return them to your original dealer within 45 days of purchase for a FREE OF CHARGE Cooper brand replacement only, including mounting and balancing. That’s pretty impressive when you consider all the other benefits of their premium tires. Here are more specifics about the Cooper Tires. And really nothing compares to seeing your purchase in person, so be sure to check out the Dealer Locator.

The Cooper Discoverer SRX

  • available in numerous sizes
  • fits a wide selection of SUVs and CUVs
  • features Cooper’s innovative Wear Square, the company’s exclusive visual tread life indicator
    • The Wear Square is located at six points of reference around the inside and outside of the tread. Throughout the tire’s lifetime, the square changes shape beginning with a full square and ending with an exclamation mark when tire tread is low, allowing consumers to quickly and easily assess the approximate tread remaining on the tires.
    • The Wear Square can also signal uneven tire wear and possible wheel alignment issues.

The Cooper Discoverer STT Pro

  • latest high performance dedicated off-roading
  • allows drivers to undertake impressive off-road capabilities without sacrificing high on-road performance
  • Offered in a wide range of commercial and large diameter flotation sizes

The Cooper CS5 Touring

  • real-life performance, in real-life conditions for everyday drivers. The CS5 is crafted with leading technology and innovations that meet the needs of today’s drivers
  • features Cooper’s innovative Wear Square as well (see the Discoverer SRX for more details)

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Tips for Spring Car Maintenance

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Cooper Tires for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.

Tips for Spring Car Maintenance

Now that the weather is finally starting to turn nice, the winter cold is shaking off and you can see road trips in the near future, it may be time to take a look at getting your vehicle ready for spring! It is important to service your car when the weather changes as your engine, tires and interior need different treatment when the weather warms up. So before you hit the road, make sure to take a peek at this list of tips for spring car maintenance and check things off so you can not only stay safe on the road, but also keep your car in good shape for years to come!

Tips for Spring Car Maintenance

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 Check your tires. Depending on where you live, you may have studded snow tires still on your car. Not only do most states require you remove them by a certain date, but they can be bad for your car as well if left on in warm weather. If you don’t have studded snow tires, it is still important to check the wear and tear on your tires and get new ones if you need to. Worn tires can throw off your alignment and this can cause serious damage to your car as can not rotating them. Plus, good tires help you get great gas mileage! Spring is a perfect time to purchase new tires and Cooper Tire’s has a great promotion to help you roll into spring.  The Cooper Tire Spring Event is going on now!

Now, through April 15, consumers are eligible to receive a prepaid Visa card worth up to $70 when purchasing a new set of four qualifying Cooper Tires through participating dealers.

If you drive an SUV or a CUV you can get the Discoverer SRX tires.  The Discoverer SRX offers a premium 65,000-mile Tread Wear Protection Warranty and a 45-Day Road Test guarantee ensure a confident choice and smooth ride for SUV and CUV drivers, if you aren’t satisfied with your Discoverer SRX tire purchase you may return them to your original dealer within 45 days of purchase for a FREE OF CHARGE Cooper brand replacement only, including mounting and balancing.

The Wear Square is located at six points of reference around the inside and outside of the tread. Throughout the tire’s lifetime, the square changes shape beginning with a full square and ending with an exclamation mark when tire tread is low, allowing consumers to quickly and easily assess the approximate tread remaining on the tires.

Use the Dealer Locator to find a dealer near you so you can save on an important part of your car that keeps your family safe.

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– Hit the car wash. Many people think you wash your car just so it looks nice, and although that is a big reason to do it, another reason is because winter does a number on paint jobs and can actually cause rusting if left dirty too long.

– Check wiper blades and blinkers. Wiper blades should  be replaced every 6 months or so in order to make sure they can handle the spring rains.

– Do an oil change. It is easy to remember to do an oil change if you do one every time a new season comes along. Spring is a great time since you may need to change the kind and weight of oil you use in warmer weather.

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 Check your fluids. Make sure you have plenty of washer fluid, brake fluid and coolant for warm weather.

– Do a good clean of your interior. Make sure to wipe down your dashboard and apply a protective product so the sun doesn’t damage it.

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