DIY — July 5, 2019 at 6:24 am

How To Maintain Your Car Tyres


One of the more core components of your vehicle is obviously the tyres in which it is able to drive. No matter if you have the best engine on the planet, you won’t be able to get anywhere if you don’t have well-maintained tyres. Tyres are always subject to wear and tear as they are constantly put to the test when being manoeuvred on rough and rocky roads. They are bound to give up at one point and you will not be able to use them afterwards. The simple solution to such an issue is to maintain your wheels on a regular basis. In doing so not only will you be able to maintain the quality of your tyres, but you will also be able to use them for a very long time without having to bear the costs of replacements.

Here are some tips on maintaining your vehicle tyres in the best way possible.


One of the ways in which tyres are able to efficiently share the weight of being used regularly is by being able to be rotated from time to time. Most of the vehicle weight is posed on the front two tyres, which means that these tyres will give in faster to pressure from the engine and so on. By rotating tyres on a regular basis you will be able to solve this issue, as then each tyres will get a fair share of time holding the heaviest part of the vehicle up and thus all four tyres will be able to be used for a longer period of time. This type of work is usually done every 8000 – 10000 km the vehicle travels for the most efficient scale of performance.


Pressure is one of the most fundamental aspects of ensuring that your tyres are kept in tip-top shape. The pressure of the tyre is what helps protect the tyre from off road issues as well as generally just ensuring that the tyre doesn’t face any issues during the drive. If you fail to maintain a good amount of pressure in your tyres, not only ill the tyre is subject more deterioration, but it will also most likely skid on the road which may lead to fatal accidents. Most passenger car tyres will need to be checked on a regular basis to ensure that the pressure within the tyre is sufficient enough for a safe journey.

Wheel Alignment

Wheel alignment refers to how well aligned the wheels are with the axel of the car. This is crucial as the last thing you’d want is to turn the steering wheel one way and see the car move in the other direction. Check-ups on these types of errors should be done a regular basis as it may be extremely difficult to correct on the road itself. It should be conducted by a professional or else you may not be able to get the proper diagnostics.

Therefore these steps are crucial in ensuring that your vehicle tyres do well in the long run.

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