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Extending the Life of Your Tires


Posted March 01, 2019 in Tires

Keeping your tires in good shape is extremely important, especially when you are using more expensive performance tires. Following a few simple steps can significantly extend the life of your tires and provide an overall improved driving experience.

Inflate Tires When Cool

Always inflate tires when they are cool to make sure you fill them to the correct pressure. Tires should be filled to the manufacturer’s recommendation that is printed on your car door, not the pressure printed on the tire. If you are unsure of the best practice for inflating your tires, make sure to have a professional mechanic handle all of your tire inflation needs.

Rotate and Balance Your Tires Every 6,000 Miles

Rotating and balancing your tires every 6,000 miles helps the treads to wear down evenly. Maintaining a proper tire rotation schedule is necessary if you are interested in superior handling performance. It is a relatively inexpensive and easy way to extend the life of your tires.

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Tire Inspection and Pressure Checks

Make sure to visually inspect your tires for any wear or irregularities. It is often possible to spot a problem with your tires by merely taking a quick look at them. It is also essential to have regular air pressure checks. Having the right air pressure is necessary to prevent uneven wear and inefficient gas usage. Every car owner should check their air pressure weekly, as well as before long trips or before visiting the racetrack.

Overall, extending the life of your tires is beneficial for both your wallet and the performance of your vehicle. In the world of high-performance automobiles it is even more important to pay attention to the wear and tear on your tires. Keep your tires in good condition and stay safe on the road.

911 Design is your source for high-performance automotive maintenance. If you need help with your tire maintenance, be sure to call us at (909) 982-9111.

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