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Tyre Maintenance And Maintenance Guide
- Aug 01, 2018 -

Maintain proper tyre pressure. Proper tyre pressure helps you get the best tire performance, safety and fuel efficiency.

Remember to check the tires regularly (at least once a month) using the appropriate tire gauges (under cold tires).

Keep the tire pressure to the recommended level Vehicle signs or owner manuals provide a recommended level of tyre pressure.

Maintaining proper tyre pressure is the most important way to prolong tyre life and durability. Insufficient tire pressure is the main cause of tyre failure, which may result in severe tyre rupture, component detachment or puncture.

Insufficient tire pressure will reduce the load capacity of the tire, resulting in excessive bending of the side wall, increase rolling resistance, resulting in heat or mechanical damage. Excessive tire pressure will increase the tire hardness, resulting in driving discomfort, causing unnecessary vibration.

Excessive tire pressure can also increase the risk of damage to the impact.

Wheel speed must not be too fast Avoid turning the wheel too fast when the vehicle is caught in ice, mud or sand. This can lead to a sudden blowout, causing damage to the vehicle and/or causing serious bodily harm to you and the person in the side. Gently do the front and rear swing movement, let the vehicle out of trouble.

Do not stand near or behind high-speed rotating tires, for example, when trying to push a vehicle out of trouble, or use a car to rotate a balancing device.

Check tire Wear When the tread depth reaches 2/32 inches (0.16 centimeters), be sure to remove the tyre. All new tyres have a tread indicator, and when worn to the above level the smooth surface of the tread grooves will show the indicator strip. Most of the accidents in humid weather are caused by bare or near-bare tread patterns. Excessive wear is more likely to cause tyre wear.