Tread Wear

You must ensure that the tyres you are driving on have more than 1.6 mm of tread on them. Most new tyres have about 8 mm of tread pattern when manufactured but as tyres wear their ability to disperse water reduces. Tyres should be replaced before the tread wears [...]


One of the easiest ways to tell when something is not right with your tyres is from behind the steering wheel. Vibration through the steering wheel can mean that a wheel is out of balance, this results in premature wearing of suspension and steering components, rotating parts and tyres. [...]


If your car feels as though it’s pulling to the left or right — even though you’re steering in a straight line — it could suggest a problem with your wheel alignment. Incorrect alignment can result in rapid and irregular tyre wear and can even affect the handling and [...]

Air Pressure

The manufacturer of your vehicle specifies the suitable pressure to be maintained and is measured in PSI or BAR pressure. It is important to check tyre pressure regularly. Air from a tyre generally escapes at the rate of up to 2 pounds of air every month. Loss of air [...]

Tips and FAQs on Buying New Tires

It’s time for new tires. You’re a smart consumer, so you want to be sure you get the most tire for your money. The emergence of a number of quality tire manufacturers in the’90s has broadened the market on tires and kept the prices low while quality and innovation [...]

How to Read Your Tire

Ever wonder what all those numbers on the sidewall of your tire actually mean? You’re not alone. Here’s a primer on tire size and other sidewallmarkings that can give you valuable information about your tires. Width in millimeters – The first of the tire size numbers gives you the [...]

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