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Continental has been a leading automotive industry supplier for over 100 years. Continental was founded in 1871 in Hanover, Germany, but merged with other major companies in the German rubber industry in 1928 to form Continental Gummi-Werke AG.
The company is currently one of the five largest automotive suppliers in the world, and Continental ranks third on the Automotive News Europe list of the top 100 global suppliers worldwide. As of 2012, Continental employs approximately 170,000 employees in 46 countries. Continental is one of the European market leaders for passenger, light truck, and industrial tires.
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Every product manufactured by Continental is produced with sustainability in mind, because Continental believes in being environmentally conscientious. Part of Continental’s corporate strategy is environmental protection, and the company invests carbon reduction technologies to reduce automobile and industry emissions. Some of their sustainable changes include a state-of-the-art air conditioning system that reduces pollutants, and the reuse of raw materials like natural rubber.
Continental creates intelligent, highly developed technologies for processing, transport, and mobility. A variety of warranties are available for each type of Continental tire, so you will be covered no matter what the road has in store.
As one of the leading Continental tire dealers in the area, we pride ourselves on our ability to send customers home happy. Contact us online or visit us today to learn more about our selection of Continental tires.
Take a penny and put Abraham Lincoln's head into one of the grooves of the tread. If part of his head is covered by the tread, you're ok. If you can see all of his head, it's time to replace the tire. When the tread is worn down to 1/16 of an inch, tires must be replaced. Also remember to check your tire pressures approximately once a week. Low tire pressures can affect fuel economy, handling and comfort. To accurately measure your tire pressure, check tires when they are cold. Wait at least three hours after driving."