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You know keeping your tires in good shape is important, so you may be wondering, “How do I check tire tread wear?” It’s a question our service technicians are frequently asked! When determining how to tell if you need new tires or if your tires are in good condition, all you need is a ruler or a Canadian nickel. Read on to learn more about your next steps, and when it’s time to replace your tires.
If you’re wondering, “Are my tires in good condition?”, take a moment to read our instructions on how to check tire tread depth. Before we get into the steps, the first thing to understand is that, once your tires reach 1.6 mm (or 2/32nds of an inch) of tread depth, it’s time to have them replaced for your safety and safety of others on Caledon roads. However, most tire manufacturers suggest that drivers replace their tires before they reach the legal limit for greater stopping power in wet or icy conditions.
Now let’s take a look at the steps of how to check tire tread depth. If you’re on the go in Orangeville and don’t have a ruler handy, you can use a Canadian nickel to quickly measure the tread depths of your tires. Simply follow these steps to determine whether your tires are fine or need a replacement:
When it comes to checking the tread depth on your tires, you don’t have to use a nickel every time. Instead, you can invest in a digital tire tread depth gauge, or tread wear bars with an easy-to-see marker that tells you when it’s time for a tire replacement. In addition to monitoring tread depth, it’s important to keep up with other tire care services, which include but aren’t limited to:
There are a number of ways that you can slow down the wear and tear of your tires. To lengthen their lifespans, you’ll want to:
Now you know how to check tire tread depth, and you know how to tell if you need new tires. If you find your tires need to be replaced, or your vehicle is due for a tire rotation, schedule a service appointment at Mercedes-Benz Brampton’s service centre near Georgetown. If you have any questions about our tire services or about other common auto service topics like how to unlock a steering wheel, feel free to contact our service centre directly!
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