Mostly motorist depend on their garage to tell them when they feel needs of car tyres replacement. Mean of this, that you don’t check your tyre condition. Car tyres is most important part of your vehicle which is holding you on the road, that’s not a sensible thing long periods of time pass without checking the car tyres.
Before any long journey, is a good habit to check your tyre properly. It’s good for you and your safe and happy journey, it takes hardly two to three minutes process checking your tyre dept, air pressure, etc.
If you fell insecure about your tyre, feel free to contact our TyreCityUk support centre. Our expert check tyre tread depth, Cracking and crazing, Cuts and Bulges, Puncture, and how old your tyres are? If you want to replace tyres. we hold branded part worn tyres and branded new tyres at great competitive prices.
Tread is worn
Let’s start with the biggest and most obvious one. Legally, the minimum depth of tread you need to have is 1.6mm across the central 75% of the tyre. However, tyres with less than 3mm of tread show markedly increased stopping distances. This is most apparent in wet conditions, because worn tyres cannot clear the film of water underneath them so effectively. A vehicle running on 1.6mm of tread may require 44% extra stopping distance in wet conditions, compared to a vehicle with 3mm tread depth. That’s a massive, and potentially life-saving distance. For this reason, we always recommend that tyres are changes well before they reach the legal minimum.
Although using a tyre gauge is obviously more accurate, the easy way to check you have adequate tyre depth is with the well-known 20p coin test.
Our first tyre checking point is tread worn which is most obvious and biggest. Legally, the minimum of depth of tread you need to have is 1.6mm
Cracking and crazing in the sidewall
As tyres deteriorate, they become less elastic, more brittle and more liable to fail. There are many reasons for this, including exposure to UV light, cleaning products or simply ageing.
One sign of this deterioration is the appearance of cracks or crazing in the tyre’s sidewall. If this becomes significant, it’s time to get the tyre replaced. An experienced professional fitter will be able to assess this at a glance.
Cuts and bulges in the sidewall
When your car is moving, the pressure on the sidewall of the tyre increases. Although tyre sidewalls are tremendously strong, any damage to them may cause significant weakening. That’s bad news, because damaged sidewalls are liable to fail without warning, causing a blow-out.
Bulges, bubbles, cuts and tears in the sidewalls are all signs that the tyre needs further inspection by a professional – and the likely diagnosis will be that a replacement is necessary.
Damage can occur through hitting the kerb, stray nails and other sharp metal objects, hitting a particularly bad pothole and so on.