According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 11,000 crashes happen every year due to tire-related issues. Maintaining your tires is critical to your safety and that of passengers traveling with you, as well as other drivers sharing the road.
Certain drivers think engine maintenance is the key to a car’s performance and do not give much thought to their tires. Putting off tire maintenance will result in poor performance, potential safety risks, and more money spent down the road buying new tires when neglect has prematurely worn out your current set. The following are main points about tire care that every driver should know.
Poor tire maintenance can result in more than just low gas mileage. Tire-related car accidents can cause serious injuries. A tire blow-out could cause you to lose control of your vehicle and crash into nearby cars or pedestrians. Negligent drivers may be held accountable for injuries they cause, and this includes neglecting car and tire maintenance. By inspecting your tires regularly and maintaining them, you can prevent serious injury to yourself and others.
If you or someone you love has been injured in a car accident caused by the negligence of another party, you may be entitled to compensation. Consult with an Allegheny County car accident lawyer at AlpernSchubert P.C. who will review your case at no cost to you. Call us today at 412-765-1888 or 800-243-6095 or contact us online. From our offices in Pittsburgh, we represent clients throughout western Pennsylvania, including those in Allegheny County, Lawrence County, and Washington County.
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