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02/18/2020
How often do you properly inspect your tires? Your tires are the ones keeping your car safely on the ground, so making sure they are in good condition is crucial . Learn about some of the signs that can tell you if you need new tires in this post by Ken Reaser Enterprises.

Have you inspected your tires lately? Your tires are one of the most essential parts of your vehicle. They help you get from point A to point B and keep your car firmly connected to the ground. There are a few indicators that can help you determine if you are in need of replacing your tires. Learn more about this topic and about how to inspect your tires by reading this article that Ken Reaser Enterprises in Apopka, FL, has for you.

Inspect Your Tread Wear

Have you looked at your tires’ tread lately? The state that your tread is in is a great indicator of your tires’ condition. In order for you to get a good idea of your tires condition, look for the tread wear indicators. Newer tires have flat rubber bars running perpendicular to the direction of the tread to help you easily identify it’s wear. If your tread is at the same level as the indicators, you are in need of some new tires. The tread on your tires should never be below 1/16 of an inch.

Do You Notice Any Blisters on Your Tires?

External indicators are the easiest way of identifying if your tires need to be replaced or repaired. Things like cracks, bubbles, and bulges are indicators that the sidewalls of your tires have started to weaken. When the weakening of the walls reaches the exterior is when these details start to occur. Luckily, bubbles can sometimes be fixed and patched up. On the other hand, having cracks and bulges does show your tires will need to be changed in the near future due to them not being in good enough condition.

Along with ensuring your tires are in good shape, give your engine a good inspection. With AMSOIL's Signature Series 0W-30 Synthetic Motor Oil, your engine will increase its performance and be protected. Speak with a prifessional at Ken Reaser Enterprises in Apopka, FL, and learn about the benefits of a synthetic oil change by calling (321) 230-6958.

 

Falling Air Pressure

Tires usually don’t deflate quickly. In fact, tires deflate around one pound per square inch per month. Nonetheless, air pressure is something you should ensure to check un with more frequency. If you notice any of your tires losing air pressure, it can mean you may be dealing with a small leak. Fortunately, a leak is something that can be fixed by getting it patched up. If, after getting your tire patched up, you notice the problem wasn’t fixed, getting your tire replaced is the best choice.

Do You Have Uneven Tire Tread Wear?

Uneven tire tread wear can mean your tires are overinflated, under inflated or even that you have a worn out suspension. One thing that can be done if the tires are in good enough condition is to switch them to even the tread wear out. Nonetheless, if the wear is already too much, the best option is to get your car checked-up and given maintenance to as well as replace your tires for new ones.

While inspecting your tires, also think about the importance of giving you engine the best products on the market. Speak with a professional at Ken Reaser Enterprises in Apopka, FL, as well as visit the online store to learn about amazing AMSOIL products. For more information, call (321) 230-6958.

How Old Are Your Tires?

One thing that many people seem to forget is that tires are made out of rubber, and rubber ages. After a while and thanks to tires being exposed to the element and different environments, rubber starts to deteriorate and dry out. Even for cars who aren’t in constant use and who’s tires look in usable condition, it’s important to have the tires checked out at least once a year to ensure they are still in good enough condition.

Too Much Noise and Vibration

If you have been driving for a while, you surely know some vibration is normal when driving. However, if you start noticing some weird noises and vibration that isn’t common for your car, it surely means something is off. Having out-of-balance wheels can cause vibration that usually increases when going at higher speeds. In some cases, it could even mean there is a problem with the inside of the tire. To ensure you prevent or if necessary fix this issue, make sure to take your car for maintenance or for a much needed check-up.

Inspect Your Tires and Give Your Vehicle Frequent Maintenance

Giving your car maintenance is the best way to ensure you prolong its lifespan. As well as inspecting yout tires, give your oil levels a good inspection. Speak with a professional at Ken Reaser Enterprises in Apopka, FL, and learn about the benefits of a synthetic oil change. With AMSOIL's Signature Series 0W-30 Synthetic Motor Oil, your engine's performance will increase while having maximum protection. For more information, call (321) 230-6958 today.
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