How to swing your tires: How to keep your wheels in tip-top shape

Posted October 05, 2018 07:02:06 When it comes to driving, tires have been around for thousands of years.

They are designed to absorb impact from the road, to cushion the body from impacts and to keep wheels on the road.

But now that tires have become a part of everyday life, it’s important to know how to care for them properly.

“Tires are great, but they’re also incredibly important,” said Carla Poynter, associate professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Saskatchewan.

“We have a lot of research showing that the way we use them affects our health and the way our brain functions.”

Poyanter is an expert on how to keep tires in tip top shape.

She’s a tire expert.

She studies the health of the human body and the impact of use on the brain.

“There’s a lot we can learn from how the brain and the body function,” said Poyne.

“Our brain is a very good tool to understand how the body responds to different types of environmental pressure, and also how we respond to different stresses, such as driving.

And so that’s a great resource for tire safety.”

Poya says she’s been a tire user for over 15 years, but she’s only just starting to understand the health risks of tire swing.

“I’ve been a huge fan of this wheel,” said the 25-year-old.

“The wheels are really nice.

The design of the wheel is nice.

It’s really a great wheel.

It has a nice feel, so it’s easy to use and it’s really stable.”

But for Poya, the swing comes with some health risks.

“They’re really uncomfortable,” she said.

“And there’s the issue of, what is the right amount of force, and how much do I use it?

And what kind of grip should I use on it?”

In her research, she has found that people who are regularly using tires are more likely to have heart disease, diabetes and other chronic conditions.

Poya hopes to help people understand how they can keep their tires in optimal condition.

“If you have any kind of problem, and you know that it’s causing health issues, and that there’s a problem with the tire, how do you manage it?” said Poya.

“So how can you keep it in tip shape?

And how do I manage it properly?”

With a report from CBC’s Sarah Cagle.