These Tires Increase Crashes by 1,083%

Do your tires show these warning signs?

Just how important are your tires?

According to a recent study by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)…

Very. Very. Important.

In fact – one particular problem increased accident risk by over 1,083%.

In their study of real-life traffic accidents, the NHTSA reveal warning signs you should look out for personally to ensure your safety…

And the safety of everyone riding with you.

How to Triple Your Risk of a Wreck

When it comes to tires – there are two things you should never do.

The first is under-inflate your tires.

The NHTSA study found when tire pressure drops more than 25% below recommended levels – you triple your chances of being in an accident.

Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (required on post-2008 passenger vehicles) have made a big dent in the number of these accidents.

If you have one – pay attention to it – but still hand-check your tire pressure at least once a month to be safe.

If you don’t have a tire pressure monitoring system, check your tire pressure at least once a week for maximum safety.

And as an added bonus for maintaining proper pressure – you also extend your tire’s life.

The second danger is even more likely to land you in a crash.

Old Rubber? 10X More Likely to Crash

Never let your tires get too old.

As you drive, the rubber on your tire slowly wears down. This means the tread depth on your tires (how deep the grooves are) gets shallower and shallower.

The NHTSA study found that if you drive on tires with a tread depth of less than 2/32" …

You’re over 10 times more likely to wreck than with full-tread tires.

As a result of the study, Consumer Reports recommends that you shop for new tires when your tread depth drops to 4/32” …

But even at their “recommended” tread depth – your risk of crashing is still 333% greater than with new tires.

So, the choice is entirely yours about when to get new tires… But this danger is eliminated by buying new tires.

And if you’re worried about the cost – keep reading for advice on how to find the best deal on new tires…

How to Find Your Tire’s Tread Depth

Alright – so we all want to drive safely and avoid crashes.

But how exactly are you supposed to check your tire’s tread-depth?

Unless you have a “tire tread depth gauge” you can’t accurately measure your tread depth.

Search the web and you’ll find some questionable advice that involves using other objects to check your tread depth…

But when the cost of getting this wrong is so high, I personally don’t want to leave it to chance…

So, I always get a tire professional to measure my tread depth – it takes about 60 seconds…

And they’re all happy to do it for free.

Because they know it could lead you to buy a new tire from them… And that’s why I don’t go just anywhere to get my tread depth measured…

I only get it done somewhere I know I’ll get a great deal.

Where to Find the Best New Tire Deals

Getting nice, safe new tires doesn’t have to break the bank.

In fact, you can find great deals on all kinds of tires – from all-terrains to low profiles or just plain old regular tires...

If you know where to look.

Unfortunately, you won’t always find the best deal by walking into a random tire shop. And even in 2017 – when finding just about anything is easy – finding the best new tire deal in town can be difficult.

That’s why you should hit the button below.

It’s not pretty, but it does pull together ads from your area so that you can search for the best deal on your new tires.

Once you’ve found one that offers the right tires at the right price, you can swing by and have them measure your current tire tread depth…

Then if you feel it’s safer to buy new tires, you’ll feel great knowing you got a great deal. And if your tires are fine, you can feel confident while driving.

Either way – you’re better off knowing whether your tires are safe or not.

Hit the button below to check out the site with local tire deals.

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