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The importance of getting your tyres checked


Especially in the new year, finding out you need new tyres feels like a kick in the gut, and bank balance. 

Unfortunately, tyre condition is not something we should take lightly, not to mention the safety issues that can crop up if they aren’t in the correct condition and performing as they should. Here are 3 reasons you should look after your tyres or maybe consider booking for a car servicing in Penrhyn Bay or North Wales.

Curbing
It’s something that a lot of us a guilty of, maybe it occurs more often than it should and has become a habit. Although it may seem harmless, it can be extremely damaging to your tyres and cause bulges to the form of your tyre wall, this will mean a fail in your MOT. This can be avoided most of the time by heightened awareness when navigating and parking your car, however, sometimes life happens and you knock your tyres on the curb - if this is the case it’s best to get your tyres check, just to be safe.

Cracks & Tears
This can happen not only on the outside of the tyre, but in between the tread too. Checking for cracks and tears is essential as it can significantly affect your safety on the road, they are often caused by rough usage as well as age. You may think that your car is safe as you don’t use it often, unfortunately this isn’t true as aging tyres can lead to damages too.

Under or Over Inflation

Inflation is important as it can lead to dangerous outcomes. If your tyres are over-inflated, they can blow out or increase the difficulty of navigating your vehicle. Under-inflated tyres will wear more on the ground and also prevent your vehicle from driving as it should. As you can see, both circumstances can cause harm to both you and potentially others by increasing the chances of collision, correctly inflated tyres are vital and can also lengthen the life of your tyres.

Booking in for a service check at a local garage can save you both time and money, giving you peace of mind that your car is safe on the roads.

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