When you own a vehicle, you will want to make sure you have tire inspections done. If you are not sure how often to bring your vehicle in for regular inspections, make sure to contact us. By following the recommended maintenance schedule, you can help ensure that your vehicle is efficient and will operate at top performance levels.
Tire inspections are important to help ensure the safety of your vehicle. You will want to make sure you inspect the tread, air pressure, and overall condition of each tire. Also remember to inspect the spare tire for the vehicle. The spare is important because you will need to drive on it incase one of the main tires has an issue. The tread should be inspected on a regular basis. This is because the tread of the tire will help grip the surface of the road when you drive. A quick way to tell if the tread is poor is to take a penny, and place it upside down in the groove of the tread of the tire. If you see the top of Lincoln’s head, then the tread has worn too much and the tire should be replaced.
The air pressure in the tire is equally important, because you do not want to drive on a flat tire. Not only will this damage the tire further, but it will also damage the rims on your vehicle. If you notice that a tire loses air more often, make sure to bring the vehicle in so we can inspect it for you. You want to make sure that the tires are in the best condition possible when you go to start your vehicle.
Also remember to check the overall condition of the tires, and how the vehicle handles. If the vehicle pulls in one direction, or the steering wheel vibrates, the tires may need to be aligned. Also check with the condition of the rubber of the tire to see how it is wearing. If the tires are not wearing evenly, then they should be looked at to see how they are aligned to one another. A tire rotation may also be beneficial to make sure both sides wear evenly. If you ever notice an issue with your vehicle, make sure to contact us to schedule an appointment. This can help you save time, money, and stress in the long run.