TREAD: Provides traction and
BELTS: Stabilize and
strengthen the tread
SIDEWALL: Protects the side
of the tire from road and curb damage
BODY PLY: Gives the tire
strength and flexibility
BEAD: Assures an air-tight
fit with the wheel
INNERLINER: Keeps air inside
Proper tire care and safety is simple and
easy. Regularly check -
Under inflation results in unnecessary tire
stress, irregular wear, loss of control and
accidents. A tire can lose up to half of its
inflation pressure and not appear to be flat.
Rotation: Regularly rotating
your vehicle's tires will help you achieve more
uniform wear. Unless your vehicle's owners manual
has a specific recommendation, the guideline for
tire rotation is approximately every 5,000 miles.
Alignment: A bad jolt from
hitting a curb or pothole can throw your front end
out of alignment and damage your tires. Have a tire
dealer check the alignment periodically to ensure
that your car is properly aligned..
Advanced and unusual wear
can reduce the ability of tread to grip the road in
adverse conditions. Visually check your tires for
uneven wear, looking for high and low areas or
unusually smooth areas. Also check for signs of
the sidewall of the tire
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