It is essential that you know when your tyres are becoming dangerous and therefore be able to change them before risking your safety and possibly a large fine. Below is a description of the reasons why and when you should change them.
When to change your tyres: Mis-Alignment,,A typical example of the wear pattern caused by front wheel misalignment, (Toe-in or toe-out). The edge of the tread is "feathered" and worn progressively from one side.
When to change your tyres: Under Inflation,, Under-inflation has caused this tyre to wear on the outer edges of the tread, leaving the central tread area far less worn. The inner-liner can also degrade.
When to change your tyres: Cuts sharp object,,Cuts Sharp objects can cause considerable damage rendering a tyre unserviceable.
When to change your tyres: Over Inflation,,Over-inflation has resulted in the central tread area being forced into contact with the road causing rapid or crown wear.
When to change your tyres: Emergency Breaking,,Emergency Braking An emergency braking manoeuvre with this tyre has caused the tyre to rapidly wear through the complete casing causing the tyre to deflate.
When to change your tyres: legal Wear: Legal wear,, This tyre has been used well after reaching the legal minimum pattern depth of 1.6mm across the central ¾ of the tread, going around the complete circumference of the tyre.
When to change your tyres: Impact damage,,This is damage caused by an impact to the sidewall. The bulge or "egg" indicates localized casing damage.
When to change your tyres: Camber Wear,,Excessive wheel camber has caused sloping wear on the outer edge of the tread on one shoulder of this tyre.
When to change your tyres: End Of Life,,This tyre has reached the legal minimum pattern depth of 1.6mm.
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