With time tires get old and worn down and it might put the driver in many dangerous situations like going out of control or leaving you alone with no way to go back, for this reason you should avoid driving when your tires are in a bad shape; all what you have to do is changing your tires in Lebanon.
Below you can find 5 warning signs that show a tire failure:
5- Tread Depth:
The tread on your tires should never fall below 1/16 of an inch (1.6 millimeters) in depth.
4- The Tread Wear Indicator Bar:
New tires have tread wear indicator bars built into the tires themselves. Such bars are invisible or barely visible if the tire is new however it begins to appear with time.
3- Cracks in the Sidewall:
It is not that difficult for any driver to visual check the sidewall problems because the grooves are distinct enough to be visible to the naked eye.
2- Bulges and Blisters on the Tire:
Sometimes the outer surface of the tire begins to weaken. The result can be a bulge or blister that extends outward from the rest of the surface.
1- Too Much Vibration:
A certain amount of vibration is normal when driving but if you've been driving for a while, you probably know how much vibration feels right and how much means that something's going wrong.