Road Safety and Tyres

If you ignore the condition and maintenance of your tyres, you risk contributing to the thousands of road accidents that occur each year. Research has shown that a high proportion of accidents have tyre failure as a contributing factor.

If you have worn tyres, they won’t sufficiently grip the road for you to be able to stop safely, so even if you have the best brakes, it won’t make enough of a difference. And tyre condition doesn’t only affect brake operation – it will also have an impact on steering and handling.

This blog will bring all the latest news and safety tips. However, always consult the manufacturer’s recommendations and your vehicle owners manual for all tyre specifications and related information.

 

Information On Your Tyres

A key safety aspect of any vehicle is the tyres. When properly maintained, your tyres play a large part in keeping you safe on the road, so here are a few things you should check: Tread Wear Traction Temperature Resistance Their Maximum Load Capacity The Speed Symbol...

Tips for checking your tyre tread depth… and why you need to

As the saying goes, there's a lot riding on your tyres An important part of tyre care is to understand tyre tread depth. Tread gives your tyres the ability to grip a wet road. In wet weather, tread disperses water from the point of contact between the tyre and the...

Tyre Pressure

Regularly check your tyre pressure Studies of tyre safety show that maintaining proper tyre pressure, observing tyre and vehicle load limits and inspecting tyres for cuts, slashes, and other irregularities are the most important things you can do to avoid tyre...

Basic Rules About Tyre Safety

In the blog post on checking your tyre tread depth, Monroe Australia made recommendations on how to check the legal tread depth of your tyres. Tyres are a vital part of driving safely so tyre tread, tyre pressure, and choosing the correct tyres for your vehicle are...