There is no way to tell precisely how long a tyre lasts or how frequently to change vehicle tyres.
The lifespan and mileage of any wheel depend upon a variety of factors:
You need to change vehicle tyres if they are worn out and have outlived their age.
1. Keep 5 years in mind
After five years or more in use, a professional should thoroughly inspect your tires at least once per year.
2. Ten years is a maximum
If your car’s wheels haven’t been replaced ten years after their date of manufacture, as a precaution, tyre companies recommend replacing them with new tyres. Even if they appear to be in a serviceable condition & have not been worn down to the tread wear indicator, this applies to spare tyres as well.
3. Proper care extends a tyre’s lifespan
If you take good care of your tyre’s air pressure, tread wear, alignment, and so on, you can increase its longevity. Follow the vehicle manufacturer’s tyre replacement recommendations for longer tyre life.
Two primary factors contribute to the damage of the tyres:
If you feel that your wheels have surpassed a certain age and they might create problems in your change your vehicle’s tyres, then you should contact AJAJ tyres for a quick inspection and tyre replacement.
As a rule, in about every 10,000 km or when you notice uneven wear on one or more tyres. If you can get it done when taking your car in for a service or take it to a tyre shop, ask them to replace them along with a wheel alignment. Either option won’t be expensive and will save you plenty of time, especially if you only have a standard car jack at your disposal. That said it is pretty simple to do it yourself, though it’s essential to know your wheels and if they can be rotated. Your car’s handbook will usually have this information, though as a rule, there’s a standard sequence depending on the kind of tyres fitted to the vehicle.
If you want a tyre repair and replacement instantly with top-notch service and high-quality tyres, you should contact AJAJ Tyres today. We will guide you through the whole process.
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