Your tires are the only part of the car that has direct contact with the road. Tires affect your vehicle handling, ride, braking, and safety.
For optimum performance, checking tire air pressure, and regular tire maintenance such as rotation, alignment and inspections , it is very important.
Check the air pressure:
When tires are properly inflated and in good condition, the handling, stability and safety of the vehicle will be maximized. Conversely, Driving on severely under-inflated tires can cause heat build-up and eventually a premature failure.
Tires naturally lose 1-2 psi per month, so ongoing neglect will eventually result in a tire that cannot support the weight of the vehicle and the occupants.
Check your tire pressure monthly and before every long trip.
Inspect your tire:
Changing your oil and antifreeze at scheduled intervals are well-known ways to increase auto part longevity.
Clean fluids mean that the engine and all the components attached to it don't have to work as hard. In that same vein, Today’s front-wheel-drive vehicles cause the steer tires to wear at a much faster rate than the tires on the rear axle. Rotating your tires regularly between the different positions will ensure they wear evenly and last longer.
Always inspect your tires, such as a nail in your tire, and fix it before it becomes a more expensive and time-consuming issue.