How to Take Care of Your Tires
We know how important it is to keep the tires on your commercial vehicle in tip-top shape. This blog provided by FAMVANS will give you the best advice to taking care of your tires so you will never have to interrupt your business just to repair or exchange your tires. We will help you optimize your tires to make sure you get your money's worth. Following our advice will help your tires last long because we know how important it is for your commercial vehicle to last long.
To ensure your tires are in the best condition, always check your tires for damage. While driving on rough terrain, always drive slowly and cautiously to assure minimal damage to your tires. Rough terrain can puncture your tires and make them flat, damaging your tires. Incase this does happen you should also always carry a spare with you. The spare should also be regularly checked for its condition and the air pressure.
Regularly check your tires’ pressure, this will ensure that they will not get damaged easily. As the seasons change, the pressure of your tires with change, making sure your tire’s pressure is right for the weather will aid in keeping your tires in the best shape. When your tires have the correct inflation, they will last longer giving you your money's worth. Regulating the pressure of your tires contributes to better gas mileage, saving you money.
You should also rotate your tires every 6,000 miles to make sure your tires do not wear down faster then it should. This will prevent cupping, feathering, and distribute the wear of each tire until its max. You can also use nitrogen instead of air, this will decrease the amount of air that can leak from your tires. It keeps your tires pumped and decreases the chances of a flat tire.
In order to keep the longevity of your tires, you must regularly check them for damage. Check your tire’s pressure to ensure your commercial vehicle does not get ruined from a popped or flat tire. You should rotate your tires as well to assure that you are making the most of what you paid for. Your tires will last longer if these precautions and measures are taken. This will extend the life of your tires and make your driving safer too, so start taking care of your tires starting with these tips.