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A Complete Guide To Maintaining Tyres

The tyres on your vehicle are in constant use. This means they suffer from wear and tear more than any other component on your car. If you’re wondering how you can monitor and take care of the rubber on your wheels, read on to learn more about each component and its recommended maintenance routine.

How Long Do Tyres Last?

The lifetime of these components can be difficult to determine, due to so many different variables. Depending on the brand and quality, they can vary in durability significantly. Typically, tyres will last for anywhere between 20,000 and 40,000 miles.

At the front, they will tend to wear out faster due to braking, accelerating and steering all taking a harsher toll on them.

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Signs That Your Tyres Are Damaged

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Ways To Maintain Your Tyres

How To Prevent A Flat Tyre

You may be able to help prevent flat or blown out tyres with some preventative maintenance and pre-emptive steps. Run-flat tyres ensure that you can continue to drive for a short period of time, in spite of a flat. These are a good thing to have before you encounter a puncture.

Even if it is sometimes inevitable, if you know you will be travelling near construction zones or roads that are not the safest, try to find alternate routes. Punctures and damage to a tyre can be caused by sharp metals, glass, nails, and even potholes. When you hit a pothole, your tyres, wheels, and other automotive parts may be damaged.

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Contact Monnington Motors For Quality Tyres

If you have identified that you need new tyres, call our team of highly skilled mechanics so we can book your vehicle in for tyre replacements. If you’re looking for a new set of rubber, get in touch with Monnington Motors today. We’re stocked with the best quality products and fully trained technicians to ensure you get the best tyres available. Give us a call today to find out more.

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