Avoiding a Tire Blowout at All Costs

If you've ever experienced a tire blowing out on your vehicle before, then you know what a scary situation this can be. While you might not see this situation coming, you can take some steps towards preventing a tire blowout. This will keep you and your passengers safe, but you'll also be keeping other drivers on the road safe.

It's important that you monitor your tire pressure frequently. You want to have enough air to meet the recommended requirement for your vehicle, but too much air can put you at a higher risk of a blowout as well. Don't let the tread wear on your tires become too much. If it's time to invest in a new set of tires, make sure you get this done quickly.

Slow your speed down if you see a pothole or other debris coming up ahead of you.

 

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