Your car tyres are one of the most important elements of your vehicle for safety. Without operational car tyres, you could be putting yourself, your passengers and other road users at risk on the road. To keep you safe when driving, we’ve created a guide to help you identify the signs your tyres need replacing.
You May Require Car Tyres If You Hear New, Disconcerting Sounds
Strange noises as you brake, accelerate or turn are a sure-fire sign than you may have an issue with your car tyres. Hearing whining or screeching noises can be an indication that your car tyres are misaligned, which means that they will likely be wearing unevenly as you drive. These sounds could also indicate brake failure, but it’s an issue you’ll want to get sorted out as soon as possible!
If you experience shuddering or vibrations through your steering wheel while you are driving, this is a likely indication that your tyres are dangerously worn. If you don’t get the issue sorted, you could have a dangerous tyre blow out on the motorway!
The Appearance of Cracks In The Tyre
Cracks in the sidewall of the tyre are an indication that you will need car tyre replacements as soon as possible. As you notice the appearance of cracks, head to the car garage to get your car tyres looked at and replaced.
Your Tread Is Low
It’s a legal requirement that the tread on your tyre meets a certain level. If you can see that the tread on your tyre is becoming shallow, it’s worth taking your car to the garage to have the car tyres checked. It’s always better to be safe than sorry!
If You Require New Car Tyres, Look No Further Than Adderley Green Garage
For repair work on your car, including car tyre replacement, in Stoke-on-Trent, get in touch with Adderley Green Garage. We provide high-quality repair work at competitive prices that you can afford.
To find out more about our services, please feel free to contact us today. You can find us at 345 Anchor Road, Adderley Green, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, ST3 5BL. Alternatively, call us on 01782 312 510 or 01782 343 746. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.