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Top Ten Tire Safety Tips

Your life rides on your tires every time you get in your vehicle-these tips will help you drive with confidence.

#1 Check tire pressure and adjust at least once a month.
According to studies conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the leading cause of tire failure is under inflation.

#2 Inspect tires regularly. Look for:
Excessive or uneven tread wear
Cracks or bulges on the sidewalls or tread
Tread separation
Signs of puncture or any foreign object embedded in the tire

#3 Rotate tires every 6,000 miles or according to owner's manual.
Tire rotation is essential to achieve ever wear and maximum tread life

#4 Maintain tires in proper balance.
Out-of-balance tires cause uneven tread wear, an uncomfortable ride and excessive wear on the suspension and other components.

#5 Maintain Proper alignment.
Misalignment of the steering and suspension adversely affects the steering feel and stability of a vehicle and causes rapid and uneven tire wear

#6 Never overload.
Overloading is the second leading cause of tire failure. All tires are designed to operate within maximum load range designated by a code on the tire sidewall. Exceeding this can result in both excessive wear and reduced tire life

#7 Avoid overheating.
High speeds, high loads, high ambient temperature, under inflation, coarse pavement or concrete, and aggressive driving all contribute to high tire temperatures. To maximize tire life and safety, be vigilant in hot weather and adjust your driving style accordingly.

#8 Replace tires if:
Tread is worn to the "wear indicator bars"
Tread wear is severely uneven
Sidewalls are severely cracked or there are bulges
Tread separation from the tire carcass
Puncture that cannot be satisfactorily repaired

#9 Install tires in matched pairs or complete sets.

#10 Select the right tires for your vehicle and driving environment.
If you ever have questions about your tires, do NOT hesitate to bring your vehicle in to our Service Department-especially if you're heading out on a road trip.
 

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