Cooper Bull Rider Ryan Dirteater, the Cherokee Kid, has been making his mark on the Built Ford Tough Series including winning his second event in Wichita, Kansas in 2012. Cooper Tire partners with the Professional Bull Riders, Inc. (PBR) as the “Official Tire of the PBR.” The BFTS (Built Ford Tough Series) is a televised elite tour featuring the top 35 bull riders in the world and the fiercest bucking bulls.
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Buy new tires and see a CFM Event with the Visa Prepaid Card from Cooper Tires (up to $80) you will get when you purchase a set of 4 eligible tires between August 23 and November 5, 2013. Simply purchase a set of tires online or from your local dealer, fill out and mail the Rewards form with the receipts attached to Cooper tires before December 5, 2013 and you will receive your Visa Prepaid Card in 6-8 weeks. Go to Take the Money & Ride for offer details
The lineup of eligible products for the Take the Money & Ride event include options for all of life’s road trips, from city driving to off-road excursions and high performance to innovative touring tires:
-Cooper CS4 Touring
-Cooper CS3 Touring
-Cooper Zeon RS3-A, RS3-S
-Discoverer H/T, H/T Plus
-Discoverer LSX,* LSX Plus*
-Cooper Response Touring*
*Available at select retailers only. Go to www.coopertirerebates.com or visit a local dealer for all of the details and a copy of the mail in rebate form. This offer is valid in the United States, the District of Columbia, Canada, and Puerto Rico.
Cooper Tire and Rubber Company has been headquartered in Findley, Ohio since 1919 and has grown to become the second largest tire company in the United States.
Cooper Tire and Rubber Company believe that “Life is a road trip”. They manufacture a variety of tires to assist you on your road trip whatever and wherever that may be. Click on Money saving and safety tips for a host of ideas to make your journey safer and to maximize the life of your Cooper Tires.
As a husband and father safety is a prime concern especially while in an automobile. Cooper Tire has several tips that I use to ensure the safety of my family. Their built-in “tread wear indicator,” makes it simple to monitor tread wear, or you can check it with a simple test using a U.S. penny. Place the edge of the coin into the tread, with Lincoln’s head facing down. If the top of Lincoln’s head is covered by tread, there is at least a minimum acceptable amount of tread. If the top of his head is entirely visible, it is time to replace the tire. Bald tires can skid and slide on pavement, and are more likely to be damaged by potholes and other road hazards. Tire tread should be at least 2/32 of an inch deep, and tires should be replaced immediately if worn past this measurement at any location on the tire.
Practicing good driving habits will help keep your family safe as well as prolong the life of your tires. Observing posted speed limits, avoiding fast starts and stops, and driving around rather than through potholes are examples of driving habits that will maximize your tire mileage and protect your family.
Checking your tire pressure at least monthly or more often during significant temperature changes will help your tires last longer. Having your tires rotated at least every 6000 miles will ensure even tread ware.
Properly maintaining your Cooper tires is a great way to make sure that your “road trip” is enjoyable and safe for you and your family.