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Understand your tire

Looking after your tyres

If you practice good tyre care, your Fulda tyres will keep on performing until the day you replace them.

tyres wear out gradually, so it’s not always easy to know if yours have become worn beyond safe use. Paying attention to these factors, along with regular inspection and maintenance helps you monitor tyre wear and spot damage before it becomes a problem.

If you experience difficulty turning, braking, or handling on wet roads, or if you feel excessive vibration, talk to your dealer. It might be a good time for a rotation, balancing, or alignment, or you might need a replacement set.

You can do some tyre maintenance yourself, but it’s important to know when to leave things to a professional. You’ll find helpful tyre care advice below.

Checking the pressure of your tyres – do it regularly for safer driving and longer tyre life

Make pressure checks a regular habit: Maintaining correct tyre pressure is essential to getting the best performance from your tyres. In this section, we explain why correct pressure enhances safer driving and helps your tyres last longer.

Tyre rotation - have your tyres rotated every 10,000-12,000km, or every six months

Rotate your tyres: Rotating your tyres every 10,000 to 12,000 km (or every six months) helps ensure even wear. Here we explain what you need to do.

A tyre professional carrying out an inspection – check your tread depth regularly

Inspect your treads often: Stay on top of tyre health by carrying out regular checks of tread wear patterns. In this section, we talk you through what some of the wear patterns mean, and help you determine if it’s time to call a professional.

Getting advice from your tyre dealer – learn the signs that indicate your tyres need replacing

Tyre replacement: Regular inspection and maintenance of your tyres will prolong their life, but all tyres will wear out eventually. Find out when to replace your tyres.