Your vehicle owner's manual has tire inspection or replacement recommendations but your tires should be replaced if they are over 5 years old or the remaining tread is 5/32" for driving in snow, 4/32" for driving on wet roads and 2/32" for driving on dry roads.
What can possibly be "unsafe" about a colander
yes it is very unsafe if you have children keep them away from it and call a specialist
On average it takes about 3 years before you will need to replace the tires on your Tundra. But most people will have to change before them just because of wear and tear on the tire. Once you can't see any more tread on your tires you will want to keep a close check on them and make sure that the wires don't start showing. Also make sure that there aren't any bulges in the tire and if you feel that it is unsafe to drive on your tires you should probably change them. On average, a 2004 Tundra to need new tires every two to three years. Of course, that will depend on the mileage your tundra drives every year.
yes you can freeze to death
Where there are new tires, there are used tires. Automotive departments take old tires and restore them or keep the tires in a decent condition and sell them at a much more affordable price.
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Yes, it is generally cheaper to keep summer and winter tires on their own rims
clean it regularly
It depends on what kind of rider you are. If you ride daily, make sure your tires are properly inflated at all times. This will save on eventual damage to the rims. After a ride, check the tires and rims to make sure that all is in order. If you have a lot of time between rides, store the bike up off the tires to prevent them from getting out of shape, which will hurt the rims. If you are a serious rider, talk to the expert at the bike shop about other suggestions to keep your specific bike in top shape. To get the most life out of your bike tires and rims the best thing to do is keep the tires properly inflated. Properly inflated tires will protect the rims well giving the best useful life for the tire. Checking the condition of the tires and replacing them when they become worn or when you can not repair any damage will help to keep you rims in the best shape.
SLOW DOWN and keep an eye on the condition of your tires.
SUV tires do cost more than car tires. There is more material used in the bigger SUV tires. Keep an eye out in the newspaper, sometimes you can find a sale on tires at places like Big O Tires.