Tires are one of the most important safety components on your car. If your tires are faulty, either from production or from excessive wear and tear, you could get into an accident, cautions Bucks County personal injury lawyer Michael L. Saile, Jr. In his new article Mr. Saile discusses the common faults of tires that often bring on accidents, including:
- poor design or production,
- tread separation,
- tread wear, and
- low tire pressure.
Low tire pressure can cause your tire to blowout. If your tire blows out, you could lose control of your car and end up in an accident.
Read your owner’s manual to learn when you should replace your tires and the recommended pressure and other care for your tires. If your tires have been recalled by the manufacturer, follow the manufacturer’s instructions on how to go about replacing your tires.
To read the full article, visit our website. If you have been injured in an accident caused by faulty tires, call our office today to speak to an experienced personal injury lawyer. Also, download a FREE copy of our PA Car Accident Book and have valuable information about what to do following your accident at your finger tips.