Probably the most “consumable” element of a car is tires. Of course, a lot depends on your driving style and how you store your tires when they are waiting in the wings. Naturally, every motorist strives to extend the life of tires as long as possible, and we will show you some interesting ways.

Determine the load

The durability of tires depends on how much load is placed on them by the driver. That is why, when choosing tires, we take into account the circumstances that accompany you on the road – speed, vehicle features, driving style and road surface features. If you don’t want to change tires every season, be careful about choosing the right tires for you.

We take into account the seasons

You should not consider yourself a special car owner who can use summer tires almost until the New Year, hoping that “nothing will happen to him.” First, you endanger yourself and your neighbors on the highway, and second, you shorten the life of your tires. Summer tires will not survive the winter if they crumble in severe frost. The other extreme is to use winter tires in the summer. You will simply erase it in just a couple of months, while increasing fuel consumption. Do you need it? Doubt.

What is the condition of your car?

Malfunctions of your horse can also cause fragility of tires: incorrect camber angles can cost you new tires. If you have not checked the camber angle of the front wheels, or if you decide that it will do, you can not count on the long term use of new tires. Be sure to check this point in your car, if necessary, go for specialist support.

Have you had time to break in your tires?

Experts recommend driving at least half a kilometer on new tires before they finally sit down. If you are a big fan of sharp turns and, in general, aggressive driving, you should take care that the tires sit firmly and shrink normally, only after these manipulations can you press on the gas again.