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4 Warning Signs Your Car Need New Tires

There are only four things that actually touch the road when you drive and if you guessed it’s your vehicle’s tires, you’re correct. When you drive, your car’s tires are the only things that make contact with the road so you can imagine just how important it is to have tires that are in excellent condition. The longer you drive and the older your tires get, the more likely you are due to have them changed out for newer and fresher ones. How can you tell when your car needs new tires? Keep reading to learn more about the four warning signs you can look out for to determine if your car needs new tires. 

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Top 4 Signs You Need to Buy New Tires For Your Vehicle

  • Your Tires Are Old. If you’ve owned your car for a long time and have never changed its tires, chances are they are old and need to be replaced. Depending on the climate you live in and the temperature, tires should be replaced at least every ten years, regardless of how many miles are on them.
  • Cracks Appearing On the Sidewall Of Your Tires. If you notice any sign of cracking on the side walls of your tires, it’s time to replace them. Cracks are a sure sign they are old, dry and worn out.
  • Bulges Are Starting To Show. When inspecting your car’s tires you notice bulges on the sidewall, that’s a sign they are in poor shape and ready to blow. To stay safe on the road while driving, it’s highly recommended that you have new tires installed immediately.
  • Tire Tread Is Starting To Get Smooth. If your tire’s tread depth is disappearing and the tread is starting to get smooth, it’s time for you to get new tires on your car. Driving on corrupted tires can be dangerous as they can blow out at any time and cause an unwanted accident.  

If your vehicle is already showing some of the signs that it needs new tires, please visit or contact the service department at Red Hill Toyota, today, to schedule a time to bring in your vehicle. Our professional technicians will take a look at your vehicle’s tires and help determine if and when you need to get new tires installed.

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