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When should I replace my tires?2023-07-29T04:58:49+00:00

Tire replacement depends on several factors, including the tyre’s tread depth, age, and overall condition. To check the tread depth, insert a coin into the tread grooves. If the tread covers part of the coin, it’s usually safe. However, if the tread is worn down to the tread wear indicators (typically 1.6 mm), it’s time for new tyres. Additionally, if your tyres are older than six years, or you notice cracks, bulges, or uneven wear, it’s best to replace them, even if the tread seems sufficient.

What tyre size do I need for my car?2023-07-29T05:00:36+00:00

Your vehicle’s correct tyre size can usually be found in the owner’s manual or on a placard located inside the driver’s door jamb. It will be a combination of numbers and letters, like P215/65R16. The first number represents the tyre width in millimeters, the second is the aspect ratio (the tyre’s height as a percentage of its width), “R” indicates radial construction, and the last number is the diameter of the wheel in inches. Stick to the recommended size for optimal performance and safety.

How often should I rotate my tyres?2023-08-01T08:15:36+00:00

It’s generally recommended to rotate your tyres every 8,000 to 11,000 kilometers or as per your vehicle manufacturer’s guidelines. Tyre rotation involves moving tyres from one position to another (e.g., front to back, left to right) to ensure even wear. Since different positions on a vehicle cause varying wear patterns, rotating tyres helps extend their lifespan, maintain balanced handling, and improve overall traction and performance.

What’s the recommended tyre pressure?2023-08-01T08:16:40+00:00

The recommended tyre pressure can usually be found on a sticker inside the driver’s door jamb or in the owner’s manual. It is crucial to maintain the correct tire pressure because:

  • Safety: Properly inflated tyres ensure better traction, handling, and braking performance, reducing the risk of accidents.
  • Fuel Efficiency: Underinflated tires create more rolling resistance, leading to decreased fuel efficiency.
  • Tire Life: Overinflated or underinflated tyres wear out unevenly and more quickly, reducing their lifespan.
  • Comfort: Correct tyre pressure contributes to a smoother and more comfortable ride.
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