Check the treads:
Car tyres wear down from time to time. Every tyre has its own lifetime and you need to make sure that tyre you are using is in its optimum life. When that time exceeds, the chance of getting trapped into a road accident increases. It is like the sole of a shoe! You can’t use the shoe once the sole has eroded. So you need to take a note of the lifetime of the tyre you are using for your case. There is a tread depth mark available in every country. You need to meet the representative from tyre companies of your locality in order to know the actual tyre tread depth mark of your country and try to follow that.
Keep your tyres align:
Suppose one of your tyres has worn down and you need to replace it with someone else. If the new tyre is not in sync with the rest three, the tyres will wear down at different times! So you need to make sure that tyres are aligned and at least you can curb down the chance of accident while driving on the roads!
Check the tyre pressure:
We all know that it is important for us to maintain a certain tyre pressure in the tyres we are using. Depending on the distance we are going to travel and the number of people travelling the pressure requirement changes. But it is important for you to make sure that there is a certain pressure exists in the tyre! The wheel and tyre companies of your locality can help you with it. He will be the best person to tell you the perfect air pressure that needs to be in the tyres.
Keep the second one:
While you are travelling to a good distance, it is important for you to keep a spare tyre for your use. You never know what happens in the car. So it is important for you to keep an extra tyre in your car. No matter how far you are travelling, if you have adequate amount of fuel in your car and an extra tyre, you can drive with a contended heart!
Rotation of tyres:
You need to make sure that the tyres wear down is in an even way. So you need to rotate your tyres on every 8000 miles. You can take help from experts for this task or can call the expert from the tyre companies for more information on this.