No matter what you do, you can’t avoid tyre wear, tyre wear is a given. This happens as the tyres come in contact with the ground, over time, the tyre tread, will become shallower and shallower, which will lead to a drop in performance of your tyres and then you’ll need to replace them.  Today, though we’ll be talking about irregular wear and how you can correct or avoid it totally.

Tyre treads functions as gripping mechanisms or car tyres; this helps the tyre have a firm grip on the ground where it is running. The shallower the tread depth gets, the lesser the grip. These treads also work as kind of gutters to channel water away from the tyre surface. Without this grip or proper depth, it becomes very easy for a vehicle to hydroplane.

 Minimum Tyre Tread Depth

The legal minimum tread depth for tyres is 1.6mm; however, Dubai tyre companies and other tyre stake holders have recommended 3mm as the least tread that should be on the tyre before it is changed. But how do you know when you’re tyre is due for change? There are a few methods to find out. One is the penny test, you put the coin upside down in the groove of the tyre, is Lincoln’s head, that is the whole of is visible it is time to change your tyres.  There are also tread depth indicators to help with the measurement of the tread depth of your tyres.

Factors Causing Tyres To Wear Out On Time

Wrong Inflation Pressure

This is a very popular cause of tyres wearing out on time and unevenly too. It is one of the two leading causes of untimely tyre wearing out. With proper tyre inflation, fuel consumption is more efficient, and the vehicle load is distributed more evenly. The activities of driving such as turning, braking, accelerating have effects of the tread of the tyre. So when you have poor inflation, not all parts of the tyre are touching the ground, this leads to uneven wear. That is where one side wears of faster than the other, leading to the tyre becoming unfit for use faster than should.

To avoid this, check your tyre pressure one a month, and also if you’ve just carried or are planning to carry extra load or going on a long journey, check your tyres. Make sure they are inflated to the correct pressure, the recommended pressure always comes with the user’s manual, you can also find it on the driver’s door.

Wrong Tyre Alignment

When your wheels are not aligned properly, tyres don’t run on the road in the way the manufacturer designed it to. It causes you car first to run in an imbalanced manner, the driver sometimes has to compensate for this in his driving.  It can be stressful on a driver especially on a long journey.  The solution is to take the car to your nearest car repair shop, and this problem will be fixed.

Not all tyres are made equal, so some come more expensive than others. Pirelli tyre price is not the cheapest in the market, it is a premium product, but it will provide you with longer tyre life and safety than cheaper brands.  So getting good, no, great tyres will help your tyres even last longer.