Let’s take a look today at the importance of tyre safety
Keeping your eyes on your tyres
Your tyres really do matter when it comes to safety in your car. I think of them as shoes for your feet. If you don’t take care of them you are not going to travel so very far!
It’s very easy to take our cars for granted and not think about them very much from one MOT to the next but that’s not enough, we need to always be aware of our car and its condition.
There are really good reasons for keeping your eye on the pressure of your tyres so they don’t blow. You also need to check to be sure your tyres have enough tread so the grip is really good. And absolutely don’t put off getting small wear and tears repaired so they don’t get bigger and your tyres go flat on you at critical moments.
The importance of tyre safety
I have personally experienced a tyre blowing out on me at night on a major road in the USA and honestly, I have never ever been so terrified. We could have had a very, very nasty accident.
A flat tyre when you get into your car is also equally annoying.
Regaulr maintenance to check the tread is vital. It is also vital to pay attention to your tyres during changes in weather as this really affects the pressure. Amd if they are worn then they really do need to be replaced. A service – which will check all these things on an annual basis is a really good ideas
Why new tyres are important?
The minimum legal tread depth is 1.5 mm across the width of the tread. This is is the legal requirement and yet some car manufacturers will recommend you replace your tyres before they wear to that extent. Do get them checked if you have any concerns at all and do take advice from an expert,
Find a tyre garage that you can trust
As all main cities Basingstoke have a few tyre garages and you can buy good quality car tyres in Basingstoke at Headley Tyres”. Headley Tyres we are members of the Point S Global network of independent tyre dealers supplying customers across the Basingstoke area.
Safety, your safety, and the safety of your passengers and other road users demand you pay attention to your tyres.