When a tire is damaged and worn out and starts becoming unreliable, it's time to look for a replacement tire. We have looked into how you can know when it's time to get new tires. To find out more about tire replacements, read on!
What are Clear Signs Indicating That Your Tires Need Replacing?
How old the tire is and the length of time you have been using it
Most tires should have no visible damages during the first five years. However, after this period, you should begin to have your tires inspected by a professional at our shop every year to check they are in good working order. More resistant tires have a longer lifespan. Resistant tires from reputable brands such as Goodyear, Michelin, and Bridgestone are typically trusted for longevity, and an expert at our shop can help you choose the best tire for your budget and needs. When a tire has had its day, it's time to get a new one!
Physical damage to tires can include scratches, punctures, their grip being worn away, flat underinflated tires, and so on. There are various causes of physical damages to tires. Some of the main causes of tire damage include pot holes, glass, wet conditions, ice, chemicals, poorly maintained roads, and more.
Low air pressure
Under-inflated tires with consistently low air pressure should be replaced as soon as possible. Of course, you can pump up a tire with low pressure, however, it is more tricky with an older tire given all the wear and tear it has endured over the years. There comes a point when a tire constantly has low pressure and must be replaced.
The car begins to have difficulties braking and steering safely
Another sign that a car tire is not performing as it should is difficulties with the car's braking and steering. Damaged tires tend to be much more difficult to control when you are driving, this is particularly dangerous in rain and snow and any other extreme weather conditions.
Where Can I Get a Replacement Tire?
Here at Neighborhood Tire Pros, we are your trusted source for tire replacements and services in the area. Don't hesitate to bring your vehicle into our shop for all of your tire needs.
It is crucial to inspect your tires on a regular basis as a responsible car owner. When you notice your tires underperforming and feel they are on their way out, we invite you into our shop for tire assistance!