An appropriate tire maintenance system keeps you safe and your vehicle running at its best. Regular car tire maintenance is one of the most often overlooked idea yet it is very important. You should have a discipline of checking your tire pressure regularly especially if you are preparing for a long road trip. Unlike your fuel gauge, many cars will not alert you to check the tires not until you face a puncture.
Below are7 top car tire care tips to help you take good care of your tires during any road trip in any part of the country.
Tip 1 – Before setting off for your trip, make sure you check all your tire pressure including the spare tire also. If you think of carrying many people in your car or carry more luggage, check if the tires can handle the weight or there could be need to boost the pressure a little more.
Tip 2 – It is very advisable to check the tires before they have heated up from a long drive. When the rubber hits up, it stretches therefore is it very difficult to get the right size of pressure
Tip 3 – Check up for the proper air pressure for the size of vehicle you are driving. You can look up for the size in the driver’s handbook, driver’s door sill or on the petrol filler cap,
Tip 4 – Only increase the pressure level of your tires if you think the load is going to increase compared to usual car load
Tip 5 – Make sure to use a quality pressure gauge so that you get the right measurements for your vehicle size.
Tip 6 -When looking up for tire pressure ensure to check the current condition of the tires e.g cuts, tears tread wear and other possible warning signs of future problems.
Tip 7 – Hot or sunny seasons cause the tires to lose a lot of pressure compared to wet or cold seasons, therefore make sure to check the pressure frequently in the sunny /dry season
Follow these tips and you will be guaranteed of strong and long-lasting car tires saving you from the extra costs of buying a new pair of tires of having to replace them frequently. For information and car rental tips , simply contact us now by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us now on +256-700135510 to speak with our reservations team.
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