We have listed five tips below for keeping your tires safe:
- Check the air pressure monthly when the tires are cold (before they’ve
been driven more than a couple of miles). Read the label on the inside
of the driver’s door, inside the glove compartment or fuel-filler
door that specifies the proper amount of air in the tires for your specific
vehicle. Do not go by the number printed on the tire.
- Look for cracks, cuts or bulges in the sidewall or tread. Replace any tires
that are damaged this way.
- Check for uneven wear on your tires–this is typically a sign that
your tires are not properly aligned. Be sure to have your vehicle’s
alignment and suspension checked before mounting new tires to prevent
them from wearing prematurely.
- Stay within the vehicle’s weight capacity provided on the label typically
located inside the driver’s door. Overloading may cause the tires to fail.
- If you live in a rainy or snowy area, consider replacing tires before they
reach the legal minimum tread depth of 2/32 of an inch.
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