New Tire Tread Depth

The depth of tread on a tire directly impacts at what point a tire will begin to hydroplane. FACT: Tires on the front will typically wear more than tires on the rear of a vehicle. FACT: If the tires are rotated every 5,000 to 8,000 miles, the tires on the vehicle will have reasonably even tread.
New Tire Tread Depth >> Tread Depth | TyreSafe - Promoting UK Tyre Safety and ...

New Tire Tread Depth >> Tread Depth | TyreSafe - Promoting UK Tyre Safety and ...

The tread on your tires should never fall below 1/16 of an inch (1.6 millimeters) in depth. If you regularly drive on slick, wet surfaces, you'd be even better off with twice that much. You can buy a gauge to measure the tread depth the way the professionals do, but there's an old trick that will ...
New Tire Tread Depth >> TYRE DEPTH GAUGE KEY RING TYRE TREAD DEPTH GAUGE KEYRING ...

New Tire Tread Depth >> TYRE DEPTH GAUGE KEY RING TYRE TREAD DEPTH GAUGE KEYRING ...