If the depth of your tread is less than 1/16th of an inch (1.6 millimeters). The easiest way to test this is by using a penny. Insert the penny upside down, and if you can still see all of Lincoln’s head, then it’s time for new tires.
If you are able to see your tread wear indicator, then it’s time for new tires. These are flat rubber bars that are perpendicular to the tread.
If your tires have any bulges, these are indicative of weak spots. This can cause your tire to blow, so it’s time for new tires.
If the sidewall of your tire is cracked or cut, this is the step before a serious leek or a tire blowing. If you see these cuts or cracks, then it’s time for new tires.
Stop by and we can give you a no obligation visual check up.