Avoiding a Tire Blowout

Have you been driving on a bad tire? Tire blowouts happen due to stress on your tires from improper inflation or damage to the tread. With uneven tread, cracks, bulges, and bumps, your car could be headed for a blowout while you're driving. While this most often leads to you changing your tire on the side of the road, what if you were driving at a high speed and suffered a blowout?

It's important to check your car for visual signs of wear and tire, specifically on your tires. This is one of the most important parts of your car because it keeps your vehicle on the road. You can't steer properly with a tire that is about to suffer a blowout either. You may notice increased vibrations and severe shaking at higher speeds.

Are you in need of new tires? You can get your tires inspected and serviced from the friendly team at Preferred Preowned North.

 

 

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