Potholes. Cracked rims. Nails, screws and broken glass. Excessive sunlight.
There are myriad ways your car can get a flat tire, and most of the time, you won’t even know what’s going on until you hear that dreaded flapping sound. Once that happens, you’ll either have to wait out the arrival of a tow truck or pull off along the shoulder and change it yourself — neither are particularly appealing options. But apart from the inconvenience of enduring a flat tire, there’s also the danger it poses to you as the driver. Your risk of getting into a bad accident significantly increases if you suddenly pop a tire out on the road.
That’s why it’s important to understand that there are plenty of steps you can take to ensure your tires stay healthy long after they’re put on your car. Finding the right