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Tyre pressure is important

   Low pressure will make steering heavy
 




Wheel alignment is important

Excessive wear on the either edge indicates incorrect wheel alignment




What the numbers on the tyres mean
   Car tyre information from Gil Auto Bondi Junction, Eastern Suburbs, replacement car tyres  
     
     
   Tips to make your tyres last longer
 
     
  All tyres slowly deflate over a period of time, therefore tyre pressures should be checked every 2-3 weeks.

Tyre pressures should only be checked when they are cold. Your vehicle's recommended tyre pressures are located on a placard usually on the inside edge of the driver’s door.

Although the minimum amount of tread required for a car to be roadworthy is 1.6 mm, it's wise to replace tyres at 2 mm, as wet-weather grip is diminished when there is only a small amount of tread.

To check tread depth, put a match head into the tread grooves, and if any part of the head shows above the grooves it’s time to replace the tyre.

Regularly check tyres for wear such as tears or bruises on sidewalls as well as embedded objects like nails or stones as they may lead to a puncture.

To keep water and dirt out of tyre valves replace missing tyre valve caps.

And most importantly with all these checks...Don't forget the spare!

Regular wheel balances ensure your tyres run smoothly on the road which helps to improve your vehicle's control, especially on wet roads.

Wheel alignments and rotations maximise the life of your tyres by ensuring your tyres wear evenly.

Match the same tyre treads on the same axle. Different brands grip differently which can cause handling problems if mismatched.
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Tyres fail rego pink slip inspection if
1. The tread depth is less than 1.5mm
2. The tyre case is damaged
3. The tyre constructed of different material to it's opposite  side
4. It is a re-grooved tyre






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