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Five Best Practices to Avoid Tyre Damage

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Did you know that overloading vehicle, tyre pressure, emergency breaking, fast driving on bad roads can damage your tyres? Find out how to avoid tyre damage & get better tyre longevity. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Five Best Practices to Avoid Tyre Damage


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5 Best Practices to Avoid Tyre Damage
  • Eagle Tyres

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  • There are many reasons for Tyre damage, including
    incorrect tyre inflation, vehicle speed,
    emergency breaking, fast driving on poor
    surfaces, wheel alignment and more. Heres a list
    of the best practices for looking after your
    vehicles tyres to get better longevity.
  • Drive with steady and safe speed
  • Keep your vehicles tyres well inflated
  • Proper Alignment
  • Fast driving on bad roads
  • Overloading your vehicle

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Drive with steady and safe speed
  • Major reason of tyre damage is fast driving and
    unsteady vehicle speed. However, driving fast and
    emergency breaking can cause many damaging
    effects, which may result in friction stress and
    premature tyre wear.

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Keep your vehicles tyres well inflated
  • Always inspect your tires on a regular basis. It
    is important to check the tyre pressure
    frequently, at least once every two weeks.
    Correct tyre pressures help to maintain optimum
    fuel efficiency, economy and safety.

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Proper Alignment
  • Proper alignment will expand the lifecycle of
    your tyres and reducing the chances of accidents
    on the road. At Eagle Tyres, we offer the service
    of checking and correcting the wheel alignment of
    your vehicle.

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Fast driving on bad roads
  • Fast driving emergency breaking on bad roads
    can easily damage a tyre. So, we recommend that
    slow drive and maintain your vehicle speed proper
    on bad roads.

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Overloading your vehicle
  • Always good to avoid overloading your vehicle. If
    the load capacity is exceeded, this can damaging
    your vehicles tyres as well as the brake,
    suspension and clutch.

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Contact Us
  • Address 85 Cowper Street Granville NSW 2142
  • Phone No 02 9637 4355
  • Website http//www.eagletyres.com.au/
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