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Check Your Tire Pressure And Tread

If snow-covered roads are a part of your winter route, your tires need at least 6/32" of tread depth to maintain good mobility.

Always start your trip with your tires set to their proper pressure. Check tire pressure with a quality air pressure gauge and keep them filled to the vehicle’s manufacturer specifications listed in your manual or inside your vehicle's doorjamb. And don't forget to make sure your spare tire is also properly inflated: Before you leave for your trip, check its pressure, and make sure you have everything you need to install it in the event of a flat.

You need more tread depth in snow because your tires must compress the snow in their grooves and release it as they roll. If there isn't enough tread depth, the "bites" of snow your tires can take on each rotation will be so small that your traction will be reduced. To measure this amount, place a penny into several tread grooves across the tire. If the top of the Lincoln Memorial is always covered by the tread, you have more than 6/32" of tread depth remaining.

While checking your tread depth, be sure to examine the tread for signs of uneven wear or damage, including cuts, cracks, splits, punctures, and bulges. These conditions shorten the life of tires and could cause further tire damage if left unchecked. If any of these checks indicates a need for tire maintenance, or you’re doubtful about the condition of your tires, bring your vehicle to your nearestNEXEN tire dealer for a professional inspection.

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