Tire Security While Driving

The stopping distance between safe tread on wet roadways and the poor tread is critical. Check your tires every time and change them when needed.

If your tread is more than 6/32 of an inch, you should encounter attractive footing and execution. When your tire tread depth is less than 4/32 of an inch, your footing in wet weather lessens. At the point when your tread depth decreases to 3/32 of an inch, you are behaving recklessly.

Stopping distance with full to average tread depth in wet weather is 50 meters at 100 km/h. The tire treads of 4/32 of an inch cause stopping distance to rise to 60 meters in a similar environment. Having the tread of 2 to 3/32 of an inch makes the stopping distance in wet conditions rise to 80 meters at 100 km/h.

For more data and help, visit our dealership in Cathedral City and arrange to give our specialist a chance to review your tires.

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