Tyres are the only point of contact between your vehicle & the road. These safety tips will keep it that way.
Higher inflation pressure may lead to:
Both side shoulder wear - Result of low inflation pressure, mostly seen on the front tyres
One side shoulder wear - Excessive alignment setting (camber, toe)
Centre wear - Result of too high inflation pressure mostly seen on tyres on driven axles
Tyre Cut or Cracking
Cut or cracking on tyres may lead to:
A deteriorated tyre valve causes air leak leading to serious tyre damage such as the separation or the rupture of tyre components.
Tyre bulging may lead to the separation or the rupture of tyre components. There are many causes of tyre bulging, such as the use in low inflation pressure, impact or kerbing damage.
Worn tread (Shallower tread depth) may lead to:
Remove worn tyres at the tread depth of 1.6mm or less and replace them with new tyres.