Bridgestone Steps help you to know when car tires need replacing in Lebanon
Steps help you to know when car tires need replacing in Lebanon
2015-11-14
Steps help you to know when car tires need replacing in Lebanon

Here are a few tips that should help you decide if it is time to start shopping for a new set of tires in Lebanon and avoid spending more than you need to.

1) Understand that the primary function of tread on a tire is to divert water from beneath the tire in Lebanon to improve traction and avoid hydroplaning on wet roads. Tires in Lebanon become unsafe when they're worn, and once the tread is down to 1/16th of an inch (1.6mm), the tire in Lebanon is no longer safe.

2) Look at the tread pattern these are small bridges that form between your treads. Look at the tread pattern and you'll see the beginnings of these bars start to form between the treads, or running across the tires in Lebanon. As the tires wear, these bars will become flush with the tire's tread. At this point, it's time to replace the tires in Lebanon.

3) Check the tread by using the "penny test." Take a penny, and place it upside down with Lincoln facing you in the center of the tread.

If you can see the very top of Lincoln's head or the copper above it, replace the tires immediately.
If Lincoln's hair on the top of his head is partially visible, it is time to go shopping for tires.
If you cannot see the hair on the top of his head, your tires do not need replacing yet.

4) Now the legal requirements. Worn tires in Lebanon should be replaced as a matter of common sense to assure safety, but in some jurisdictions, there are also lHere are a few tips that should help you decide if it is time to start shopping for a new set of tires in Lebanon and avoid spending more than you need to.

1) Understand that the primary function of tread on a tire is to divert water from beneath the tire in Lebanon to improve traction and avoid hydroplaning on wet roads. Tires in Lebanon become unsafe when they're worn, and once the tread is down to 1/16th of an inch (1.6mm), the tire in Lebanon is no longer safe.

2) Look at the tread pattern these are small bridges that form between your treads. Look at the tread pattern and you'll see the beginnings of these bars start to form between the treads, or running across the tires in Lebanon. As the tires wear, these bars will become flush with the tire's tread. At this point, it's time to replace the tires in Lebanon.

3) Check the tread by using the "penny test." Take a penny, and place it upside down with Lincoln facing you in the center of the tread.

If you can see the very top of Lincoln's head or the copper above it, replace the tires immediately.
If Lincoln's hair on the top of his head is partially visible, it is time to go shopping for tires.
If you cannot see the hair on the top of his head, your tires do not need replacing yet.

4) Now the legal requirements. Worn tires in Lebanon should be replaced as a matter of common sense to assure safety, but in some jurisdictions, there are also legal requirements to replace worn tires in Lebanon.

5) Make note of any irregular tread wear. This could indicate a wheel misalignment, the need for a tire rotation, or both. Uneven tread wear is a sign that you need to take your car in for servicing.

6) Check for any abnormal bulges or "bubbles" in the sidewall. A sidewall bulge indicates that the rigid internal frame of the tire in Lebanon has been damaged and cracked, allowing air pressure to reach the flexible outer layers of the tire in Lebanon. Such damage could be caused by driving through a large pothole or over a curb, or by driving with low tire pressure. Continuing to drive on a tire that has a sidewall bulge is dangerous.

8) Replace the tires in Lebanon at least every 6 years.
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