Tire Maintenance and Safety
Experts say you should check your tire pressure once per month. It’s easy to do if you make a habit of it. After the first of the month, when you pull into the gas station for the first time, pull up to the air station and check your tire pressure. You will save money on gas and wear on your tires.
Also, every time you have your oil changed, ask the technician how long it will be before you need to have your tires replaced. This way you can prepare yourself financially for when you need to have them replaced and keep on top of any tire safety issues.
The cost to you to repair your vehicle, the lost work and other costly inconveniences of an accident will far exceed replacing your tires if you don’t stay on top of these issues and allow a blow out to occur.
Stay safe on the road by making a habit of checking your tire pressure once a month and checking on the condition of your tires regularly.
If you or a loved one have been injured in a car accident, call Personal Injury Attorney Chelsie M. Lamie at 727-501-3464 for a free consultation. You can also learn more about Attorney Lamie by visiting www.chelsielamie.com.