How do you know if a Juno tire is toast or on its way to being toast?
The Juno is not making it to the strip occasionally or constantly. You’re getting “Strip not found” alarms.
The Juno is rocking back and forth while driving or zig zag pattern.
The Juno is getting lost
What you can do to help the technician:
You can take your hand and run it along the bead of the tire. If you see black gel on your finger, that means your tire is done and new tires need to be installed. Be sure to do this with both tires as both tires can go at the same time.
If you have multiple Junos, it would be a good idea to take the time and test the tires on all of them to avoid another call out fee. Also, let the technician know, so they have the correct number of tires on hand.
If you have any questions about your Juno, don't hesitate to call our service team!