Firstly, I’d like to say thank you to everyone that read my latest car based blog post, I received so many positive comments about how it has helped you and so today is another motor blog post that I hope will also help you in the same way especially if you’re a new car owner. Today’s post is about one of the most important elements of your car: Tyres.
- They are the only contact between you and the road.
- The tyres support your car: the tyres and the air inside of them support the weight of your car.
- Tyres affect breaking distance.
- They help to absorb road shocks and act as a spring to improve your comfort
If you’re unsure what to say when at a car center (just me?), here’s a few suggestions:
- Can you check my tyre pressure and let me know what they should be?
- Are my tyres safe to drive on?
- Could my tyres have any potential problems?
- Is the tread depth safe?
Going to a reputable car center, such as Point S, will not only save you time and money but also give you peace of mind. I have broken down before due to a huge ripped tyre and I wish I checked my tyres ore before than incident to have prevented the worry and scared feeling of being on the side of a road, clueless as to what to do.
*this is a collaborated post, however, all opinions in this article are my own and share my own experiences. For more information, please read my disclaimer.