How To Care For Your Car Tyres

If you're a car owner then you will know that it is very important to maintain your car tyres and make sure that they are in good condition, suitable for the road. Car tyres should be checked daily, if not, every time before you go out on a car journey, short or long. Although car tyres could stay on your car for ten years from the date they were manufactured, it's recommended they get changed every 5 years. You can get good quality car tyres from Elite Direct. There are a few other things to think about when maintaining your car tyres:

One thing to check is that your car tyre pressure is the correct PSI. If you are unsure of your tyre pressure for your own car, you should be able to find the recommended pressure in your owner's manual or on a sticker somewhere in your car. Normally it's recommended your tyres are between 30 and 35 PSI.

As well as the pressure in your car tyres, you should keep a good eye on your tyre treads. The legal tread depth minimum is 1.6mm but it's also recommended by professionals that you should change your tyres when they get to 3mm depth. If you are unsure how to check your tyre treads then you could always go to your local car garage to let them have a look for you.

Not only checking the pressure, quality and your car treads, but it's also important to keep an eye on feeling any unusual movements while you are driving. If your steering wheel is vibrating then it's very important to get your tyres checked as it can be very dangerous and also damage your car suspension.

This is a collaborative post.

You probably already know that the legal tread depth minimum is 1.6 mm. But do you know why safety experts recommend that we change our tyres when they get to 3 mm of depth? Car expert Jonny Smith demonstrates why millimetres make metres of difference.

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