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Inspection & repairs

Inspection & repairs

VISUAL INSPECTION

Inspecting your tires can help you find punctures or other visible signs of damage that could necessitate replacement.

REPAIRS

It's crucial to know when it's okay to have a tire repaired and when a tire should be replaced

  • If a tire loses air pressure, it should be removed for an internal inspection.
  • Driving on a flat tire for even a short distance can ruin it
  • Most punctures, nail holes, or cuts up to 1/4 in. (.64 cm) can be repaired if the damage is confined to the tread
  • Do not repair any sidewall or tread punctures larger than 1/4 in. (.64 cm), and NEVER repair tires worn below 1/16 in. (.16 cm)

WHEEL BALANCE AND ALIGNMENT

Having your tires balanced and your vehicle properly aligned is important for tire longevity and vehicle performance.

  • Unbalanced tires cause road vibration, which can lead to driver fatigue, premature tire wear (also known as cupping or dipping), and unnecessary wear to your vehicle's suspension
  • Tires should be balanced whenever they're mounted on wheels
  • They should be rebalanced at the first sign of a vibration or shimmy, and once a year
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