How to Perform a Tire Safety Check

By | September 26, 2019

Having a suitable tread depth is vital to ensuring the safest driving experience. In case the tread wears out, you might not have sufficient traction to brake or accelerate safely, particularly in wet or slippery conditions. It is simple to check your tread depth. To check the tread depth, insert a penny between the tread blocks of the tire. You shouldn’t be able to see the top of the President’s head with Lincoln’s head upside-down.

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Master Flow Air gets that tires are not a "one size fits all" situation and neither are air compressors. We have the M1A1 for cars, SUVs and light trucks, that powers from a cigarette lighter. The M240 is for larger tires, Jeeps and trucks, powered by a vehicle's battery.