As the cost of stand-alone mixers increases, so does the price of tires.
1. Tire tread depth.
The tread thickness must be greater than 1.6 mm. If driving on wet roads with low friction, make sure that the tread thickness is twice the above value. You can learn from experts and buy gauges to measure tread thickness; however, veteran drivers have come up with a popular method to roughly estimate tread thickness. It's often used. Since the distance from the edge to the top is 1-2 mm, insert the tread groove towards the top. At this time, it can be seen that the thickness of the whole tread pattern is insufficient.
2. Indication line of pattern wear.
Compared with the old tread wear indicator, the new tire design is more humanized. If the tire is very new or has little wear, these indicators can be ignored. However, when the wear reaches a certain level, these hidden lines will appear in the tread groove. The tread pattern wear indicator line is a flat rubber strip vertically embedded in the tread groove along the length of the tread. When checking a tire, it is sometimes found that one or two indicator lines result in a significant reduction in tread thickness. In this case, be careful when driving on wet and slippery roads. If almost all the indicator lines on the tire are clearly visible, it means that the tire needs to be replaced as soon as possible.
3. Tire sidewall crack.
Not all tire problems are concentrated in the tread, and there are some problems in the sidewall. Look for visible cracks or cuts in the tire sidewall. These small grooves indicate that the tire may leak in the future, and worse still, the tire may burst. We need to avoid these tire failures. Therefore, if the tyre sidewall crack looks more serious, please drive the vehicle to the repair shop and replace the tyre as soon as possible.
4. Tire swell and swell.
In some cases, due to insufficient strength, the outer surface of the tire may rise and blister over the surface of a normal tire. Tires face a similar situation. If the vehicle is not sent to the repair shop in time and the tire fails in time, the area with insufficient tread strength may suddenly burst at high speed. Tire rupture can even cause serious injury to the driver or passengers.
Especially in the case of bad road conditions, a certain degree of shaking will inevitably occur when driving the vehicle. Through some driving experience, you can feel that the shaking is within a reasonable range, and you can feel that the shaking indicates that the vehicle is faulty.