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08/28/07   |   By

Car Safety: Check Your Tires Before You Travel | DC Metro Area Personal Injury Law Blog

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Many families will soon hit the road for one last summer trip or vacation, but many will overlook one of the most important safety considerations of all, according to the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) — the condition of their vehicle’s tires.  Proper tire condition (including proper inflation) can improve your vacation in the following ways:

  • “Improves vehicle handling
  • Helps protect you and others from avoidable break-downs and accidents
  • Improves fuel economy
  • Increases the life of your tires”

Among other tire maintenance recommendations, the organization urges drivers to check tire pressures at least once a month, for the following reasons:

  • “Most tires may naturally lose air over time.
  • Tires can lose air suddenly if you drive over a pothole or other object or if you strike the curb when parking.
  • With radial tires, it is usually not possible to determine under inflation by visual inspection.”

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