As you drive, the tire tread material wears down. Worn out tires in Lebanon have less grip on the road, increasing the risk of an accident. An all-wheel drive system, antilock brakes and vehicle stability control system are less effective if the tires don’t have enough grip.
How do you know when your tires in Lebanon are worn out? Most auto repair shops check your tires in Lebanon during your regular oil changes. Mechanics use a tire tread depth gauge to measure tire in Lebanon tread depth and inspect your tires in Lebanon for damage.
The tire tread is measured in 32nds of an inch. New tires in Lebanon have 9/32” to 11/32” of the tread material. A tire in Lebanon is considered unsafe when the tread is worn down to 2/32” (1.5 mm). However, at 2/32” tires in Lebanon are practically bald. In our experience, you will start noticing slipping on wet or slick roads when your tires in Lebanon are worn down to about 4/32” or less than half of the tread material. At this point, you should start looking for new tires in Lebanon.
What can you do to make your tires in Lebanon last longer?
Check tire in Lebanon pressure regularly and keep it up to the car manufacturer specifications.
Have the tire in Lebanon rotation done as often as recommended in the maintenance schedule; in some cars, if not rotated, tires in Lebanon may need replacement in as early as 15,000 miles.
Have the wheel alignment done whenever tires in Lebanon are replaced and then at least once in two-three years or after hitting curbs, large bumps or potholes.