Taking proper care of your vehicle tires is essential to your safety.

Follow these tips to make sure your tires are in working condition, so you can avoid any problems while driving.

Inspect your tires.

Make sure that your tires are free of damage and that they are not too worn. 

If you find any problems, replace the tire as soon as possible. 

If a tire is too worn, you may not be able to drive your car safely in wet conditions. 

Any other damage could cause a blowout on the road, jeopardizing your safety and the safety of others. 

Check the air pressure.

If your tire is underinflated or overinflated, it can affect your vehicle’s handling, braking and gas mileage. 

Check your tire pressure monthly and before long trips. 

The correct air pressure can be found in your car’s manual and on your driver’s side door in most vehicles. 

Always carry a spare tire. 

Make sure you have a spare tire available, so that you can switch out a main tire if any problems arise. 

Maintaining your vehicle tires is crucial to staying safe on the road.

Be aware and drive safe!