It’s vital that you take good care of your three-wheel tyres in Sri Lanka with the rocky roads and pollution in the country.
Over time, tyres will lose pressure (air) and it is imperative that you inspect them once a month at least. It is risky to drive with under-inflated tyres because it impacts your car’s handling, worsens the fuel economy, and can also lead to damage to the tyres. In the other hand, it is almost equally dangerous to drive with overinflated tyres. Your tyres will not only have less traction and touch on the road, but they will also wear out faster and are more likely to burst.
Bald isn’t gorgeous when it comes to tires. In reality, driving around with bald tyres is pretty risky, particularly in wet weather. For those unaware, with worn tires, the chance of hydroplaning rises. It is also quicker to puncture bald tires, leading to a blowout, and you would have a difficult time stopping your car.
If you didn’t know, the front and rear tires are worn differently. The front tyres, for instance, appear to bear more of the weight of the vehicle and will usually wear down quicker. Your tires will also wear down differently from the amount of right and left turns you make.
You will not only promise yourself a better and cleaner ride by spinning your tires, but you will also save some money by stretching the life of your tyres. Employ the instructions for tyre rotation from your car maker, or execute a rotation once every 10,000km.
Your tyres should be clean of any holes, bulges or blisters, much like your skin. If the sidewalls of your tyres appear broken, road dangers, improper inflation, overloading, or an abrasion from curbs might have weakened them. There are indicators of injury from inside the tyre system as far as bumps and blisters are concerned.