When should I replace my tires?
It’s important that you keep a close eye on your tires so that you can replace them when necessary, before they become a hazard to your safety. Here’s what you should look for that may indicate you need to replace your tires:
Low Tread – If the tread is low and the wear indicators are showing, have your tires replaced.
Sidewall Damage – Cuts, cracks and other damage to the sidewall may require replacement of the tire(s).
Repeated Flat Tires – If the same tire is regularly low on air or goes flat more than once, have it replaced.
Edge Wear – If your tires have serious edge wear (on the inside edge, outside edge or both), have them replaced.
Having your tires rotated and inspected regularly will help you keep up with replacement.
Always replace tires two at a time or four at a time.
Always replace your tires with a size rated for your vehicle.
Never use mismatched tire sizes.
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