Check your tires tread depth with an Accutire gauge.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011 by Gary Stanley
While you're itching to put those summer tires back on, make sure to check the condition of your warm season tires before driving on them!

Check for :
  • Adequate tread depth - Most street tires start with 10/32" of tread depth. When the tire's tread depth is below 4/32" drivers will begin to lose sufficient wet traction. And once the tire's tread has worn down to 2/32", the tire is considered legally worn out.
  • Uneven wear - If you find areas of the tread that are more worn than others, you may want to have your alignment checked.

  • Air Pressure - After your tires have been installed, check your tire's air pressure with an accurate air pressure gauge. Take a look at Accutire tread depth gauges, as they are designed to provide precise readings every time.

Accutire Digital Pencil Air Gauge

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