3 Maintenance Tips for Tyre Safety

Tyre safety is extremely important for each and every driver on the road. Your tires are what actually come in contact with the pavement. They guide your car, and without them, you wouldn’t be able to control the vehicle. Having safe tyres on your car is extremely important, and the best way to ensure that your tyres are in good condition is to do regular maintenance.

Do a Visual Tyre Check

Simply looking at all four of your car’s tyres can go a long way. Even an untrained eye can tell when a tire is underinflated, flat, or damaged. You don’t have to do a visual inspection every time you get in your car, but consider doing one at least once a week. All you have to do is walk around the car and look at each tyre.

Check the Air Pressure

Having the right air pressure in your tyres will ensure they function as designed. Underinflated tyres will make your car use more gas and will impact performance and car control. Try to check your car’s tyre pressure at least once a week. If you don’t want to check it yourself, take your car to an automotive shop that can do it for you. It will only take a minute or two.

Get Your Tyres Rotated

Your tyres don’t all wear the same. To make sure that they last as long as possible, it’s important to rotate your tyres on a regular basis. Check your car’s owner’s manual for specific tire rotation intervals. If you can’t find that information try to do it every six months or every 6,000 to 8,000 miles.

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