Tyre Care Guide
Posted: Friday February 28 2020
By: Guest Blogger
Ok so it might not be the most exciting topic or top of your to-do list but tyre care is critical to ensuring keeping you and your family safe on the road. We all check our oil as we know the damage it could do to the car to neglect, so make sure you're doing the same with your tyres, it could save your life. Read our tyre care guide.
Tyre Care Guide
The technology, of course, has advanced and the automotive sector has evolved to a great extent and lots of cars now carry alerts to let you know when your tyres have issues. But good tyre maintenance can save you time and money along with the stark warning that if our tyres are not good enough, then we are a danger on the road to our passengers and other road users.
At Osset Tyre House we have put together some information to help you with your tyre maintenance and keep your family safe.
Tyre pressure is vital to the handling, steering breaking, in essence, keeping your car safe on the road. Low pressure in your tyres can mean on a wet day your tyres could lose grip on the road, over-inflated and loss of traction and poorer braking distances along with quicker wear on your tyre. So check your tyre pressure once a month is just good tyre practice. Most petrol stations with will have a free air pressure machine so take the extra 5 minutes to check your tyres.
What is the right tyre pressure for my car?
Check your car manual or have a quick look at the inside of your door car sill. Or check out tyresafe for your tyre pressure for your make and model.