The holidays are upon us and that means figuring out what to give people on your list. It can be a daunting challenge, especially for those who seem to have everything they need. If somebody on your list has a wheeled vehicle with pneumatic tires though, consider giving them Ride-On Tire Protection System.
Ride-On has been around since the mid-90’s and has been popular in the powersports market, especially with motorcycle riders. However, Ride-On has formulas for automobiles, trucks, SUVs, construction equipment, tractors, quads, ATV/UTVs, trailers, RVs, armored vehicles, and even bicycles. While the different versions of Ride-On are formulated for specific applications, they all share common benefits and attributes.
- Increase tire life by up to 25% or more through air pressure maintenance and balancing
- Maintain set-point tire pressures 3 to 4 times longer by reducing porosity loss
- Make tires virtually impervious to flats by reducing tire-related road failures by 85-95%
- Balance tire/wheel assemblies
- Improve fuel economy 1-3%
All Ride-On Formulas are:
- Free of VOCs and heavy metals
- Chemically inert
- Made in the USA
I’ve used Ride-On on the last two sets of tires I’ve had on my car and I can vouch for its effectiveness. I initially installed it in a set of Michelin LX4s that had over 50,000 miles on them. They lasted another 13 months and over 15,000 miles before I had to replace them. During that time, I had to put air in my tires ONCE. All four survived a hot Arizona summer without any problems and ran smoother due to the balancing effects of the Ride-On. When I went to get a new set in May, I discovered that I had a nail in my left rear. There was no air loss due to that wound! Needless to say, I installed Ride-On immediately after getting a new set of LX4s.
To order, click here or go to the link on the right-hand side of the page. Select the correct formulation along with the correct quantity. To calculate the correct dosage, go to this page and enter the tire information.
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Credit: Tire Rack