Tires and Wheels for Country Living: Jesse's Blog of TIps
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Tires and Wheels for Country Living: Jesse's Blog of TIps

Hi, my name is Jesse. I recently moved to the country, and with the extra space on my new property, I have bought a lot of new "toys". Now, I have everything, from a ute, to recreational vehicles, to all-terrain vehicles, to a small jeep. Each of them, I have learned, need different qualities from their tires and wheels. I love thinking about tires and wheels, repairing them, buying them and maintaining them, but I also know the issue isn't always as simple as it seems. If you have questions or just want to learn something new about tires, I invite you to explore my blog. Thanks for reading.

Tires and Wheels for Country Living: Jesse's Blog of TIps

  • How To Keep Your Car Serviced To Legal Standards

    12 October 2015

    Driving a car that has not been properly serviced is a hazard to everyone on the road. You put your safety and the safety of others at risk when you drive a car that has gone too long between services. There are certain legal standards that cars driven on Australian roads need to meet. These standards are governed by thedepartment of transport in some states and independent bodies in some states such as Victoria.

  • How To Tell If You Need To Change Your Car Tyres

    5 October 2015

    Worn out car tyres are among the top causes of road accidents. Worn out tyres are susceptible to puncture, heat build-up, and air leakage. All these tyre problems can cause road accidents. A tyre puncture, for example, may result in an accident by causing a blowout. Tyre treads protect tyre casings from puncture, but when they wear out, it becomes easy for objects such as glass to penetrate through the tyre.

  • How to Detect Tyre Problems During a Visual Inspection

    29 September 2015

    It is important to know the condition of the tyres on your car since any undetected problem can cause an accident (such as a crash caused by a tyre blow-out) when you are driving. This article discusses some indicators of tyre problems that you should look out for when you inspect them visually. Over Inflation Over inflation can be detected by looking at the way your car tyres are wearing out.