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As recommended by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, tires should be replaced about every six years regardless of the number of miles driven. Check the condition of your tires on a regular basis, doing a walk-around visual inspection at least every week. Measure the amount of tread left, look for cuts or slashes, visible wear bars or wires, or damage to the sidewall. Uneven tread wear can also be related to wheel alignment or suspension issues.

So at how many miles should you replace tires? Unfortunately, there is no simple answer. There are several factors to take into account, such as:

  • The type of car you own—compact, SUV, luxury sedan, etc.,
  • Where you drive your car—paved roads vs. gravel roads, long flat distances vs. stop-and-go short trips,
  • How you drive your car—hard braking vs. soft braking, fast acceleration vs. gentle accelerating, and
  • Keeping up with necessary tire repair—keeping tires balanced and in alignment vs. driving with your tires out of balance and wheels misaligned.

Here are a few other issues to be aware of when it comes to how many miles your tires can last:

  • Treadwear – The pattern of grooves and ridges on the surface of tires is referred to as tread. This tread increases a car's grip on the road and diverts water from beneath the tire in wet conditions. As the tread wears down, over time and miles driven, it is less effective at gripping the road.
  • Quality of materials – The quality of the material that each particular tire is constructed mostly determines whether one type of tire wears down more quickly than another.
  • Style of driving – Fast cornering, heavy braking, and rough road surfaces can all wear tires down significantly, as well as overload. Tires also degenerate over time, even if they are not being used.
  • Inflation – Over or under inflation is guaranteed to cause uneven or excessive wear over time. At least once a month, check the air pressure. It should be the same as what is recommended in your owner’s manual or stated on the label inside the driver’s door.

Wondering at how many miles should you replace tires? Contact our ASE-certified technicians at Rebel Automotive for more information about tire service and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop serves vehicle owners in Henderson, NV, Las Vegas, NV, and North Las Vegas, NV.

Are you wondering at how many miles should you replace tires? If you’re tired of tire repair, it may be time to replace your tires.

As recommended by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, tires should be replaced about every six years regardless of the number of miles driven. Check the condition of your tires on a regular basis, doing a walk-around visual inspection at least every week. Measure the amount of tread left, look for cuts or slashes, visible wear bars or wires, or damage to the sidewall. Uneven tread wear can also be related to wheel alignment or suspension issues.

So at how many miles should you replace tires? Unfortunately, there is no simple answer. There are several factors to take into account, such as:

  • The type of car you own—compact, SUV, luxury sedan, etc.,
  • Where you drive your car—paved roads vs. gravel roads, long flat distances vs. stop-and-go short trips,
  • How you drive your car—hard braking vs. soft braking, fast acceleration vs. gentle accelerating, and
  • Keeping up with necessary tire repair—keeping tires balanced and in alignment vs. driving with your tires out of balance and wheels misaligned.

Here are a few other issues to be aware of when it comes to how many miles your tires can last:

  • Treadwear – The pattern of grooves and ridges on the surface of tires is referred to as tread. This tread increases a car's grip on the road and diverts water from beneath the tire in wet conditions. As the tread wears down, over time and miles driven, it is less effective at gripping the road.
  • Quality of materials – The quality of the material that each particular tire is constructed mostly determines whether one type of tire wears down more quickly than another.
  • Style of driving – Fast cornering, heavy braking, and rough road surfaces can all wear tires down significantly, as well as overload. Tires also degenerate over time, even if they are not being used.
  • Inflation – Over or under inflation is guaranteed to cause uneven or excessive wear over time. At least once a month, check the air pressure. It should be the same as what is recommended in your owner’s manual or stated on the label inside the driver’s door.

Wondering at how many miles should you replace tires? Contact our ASE-certified technicians at Rebel Automotive for more information about tire service and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop serves vehicle owners in Henderson, NV, Las Vegas, NV, and North Las Vegas, NV.

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975 American Pacific Dr, Ste 103, Henderson, NV 89014702-834-8134service@rebel-auto.com
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Wed:8:00am - 5:00pm
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