Tire inspection and maintenance

  The tire is the only part of your vehicle that is in contact with the road. At the same time, like any car part, it needs regular maintenance and inspection to operate and use normally.

  If you drive over potholes and debris in the road, live in a cold climate, or drive long distances regularly, then you should inspect your tires more often.

 

  Fortunately, tire maintenance is not difficult. You only need to make sure to delete the items in the following list one by one to maximize the service life of the tire.

  1. Please change your tires regularly. This is an important part of tire maintenance, which will ensure your driving safety and stability.
  2. Check the tire pressure value of your car once a month (you can find the tire pressure value suitable for your vehicle through the owner's manual or the sticker installed on the driver's door.). Under-inflated or over-inflated tires will shorten the service life of the tire and increase the risk of puncture.
  3. Check the tread of the tire. When the grooves on the tires are worn out, the grip of your vehicle will be greatly reduced, which will lead to risks such as vehicle skidding and reduced braking effect.
  4. Check the wheel alignment once a year to ensure the accuracy of steering control.
  5. Regularly check the condition of the spare tire in your car.
  6. When a tire is repaired more than three times, it is recommended to replace it with a new one.
  7. All tire maintenance must be carried out in accordance with the tire manufacturer's instructions.

 

  Take a few minutes every month to check the tires of your vehicle. This will help protect the safety of you and your family, improve vehicle performance and extend the life of the tires.

 

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