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It is a moment of pride for anyone owning a car & people always want the best car for the money they have invested.


However, just owning a car is not everything, as it often comes with additional responsibilities like maintenance and servicing.


One of the important part of your car is the tires which bear the brunt of bad road surfaces in order to keep the other parts safe.


Here are some facts about your car's tires that will definitely help you.


Tires can be overinflated


Most of the people think that tires are big, strong, rubber balloons however, if you pump too much air into them, they run the risk of popping.


Moreover, when the tire pops it creates a lot of noise and there are additional risks of vehicle collision due to the loss of balance.


As far as tire inflation in relation to suspension wear goes it will not particularly affect the properties of the suspension but may make for an uncomfortable ride.


Whenever you are filling up your tires, you must stick to the recommended air pressure found on the owners manual of your car.


Under-inflation causes tire blowouts


Tires are tough and can handle a lot of abuse however if you drive on a tire that has too little air in it, then there could be serious implications.


When the tires are underinflated, the sidewalls become weak and they are designed to bear weight based on a certain measure of air pressure.


The sidewall structure changes when air pressure is less than what’s recommended, thus changing the amount of weight it can bear.


Furthermore, many cars have tire-pressure monitoring systems, you need to keep an eye on the air pressure and fill up when needed.


Tire wears indicate issues


If you ever come across your car's front tires wearing unevenly, then this could indicate that the suspension is out of alignment.


Consequently, if your suspension is out of alignment, then you must get them adjusted as soon as possible as it is a serious issue.


Furthermore, to save money that you might spend on replacing tires that have worn unevenly, you must check your alignment every 12 months or 15k miles.


In addition to this, alignment can also be inspected during tire installation, a suspension repair and whenever you are concerned with alignment issues.


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Important Facts About the Tires of Your Car  

The tires are one of the vital parts as they maintain contact between the car and the road surface. So, proper tire pressure should be maint...

Important Facts About the Tires of Your Car  

The tires are one of the vital parts as they maintain contact between the car and the road surface. So, proper tire pressure should be maint...

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