Tips to Avoid Tire Failure
A vehicle’s tires are the one and only part of a car that actually touches the road. Tires have a big impact on a vehicle’s braking and handling. Needless to say, tires are an important safety device. Unfortunately, many drivers fail to inspect their tires adequately, which can lead to tire blow-outs, de-treads, and other failures, as well as serious personal injuries and even wrongful death.
Protect your family by inspecting your vehicles’ tires often. There are three main primary methods of inspection that should be used:
- Visually inspect the tires for cracking or cuts in the sidewalls.Also look for bulges or blisters.
- Run your hand over the tires to check for uneven tread-wear, feathering of the rubber, or loss of tread.
- Finally, check the air pressure in your tires to make sure the pressure is within the recommended range of PSI.Both over-inflation and under-inflation are dangerous conditions that can lead to tire failure.
If you or a loved one has suffered injuries or death from a tire failure, it is important to find a plaintiff law firm that has experience dealing with tire failure cases. Injuries caused by defective tires make for a unique case. A plaintiff lawyer who has experience handling tire failure cases will be able to help you navigate the legal process and increase your chances of a full recovery.
For more information about our firm’s history of helping victims of tire failures, please call to request written materials or to schedule an appointment with one of our firm’s attorneys. You may reach our office at (251) 471-6191.