Tire fraud that can cost you your life
One of the necessary evils of life that might cost you a couple of pretty pennies is ...
One of the necessary evils of life that might cost you a couple of pretty pennies is when it comes time to replace the rubber on your ride. It might not be something that’s at the top of the list of things that satisfy but, If you want to stay safe on the road, I think tht just about every professional in the industry would recommend that you keep a good eye on your tires and make sure that they’re in usable condition without any major defects. When it does come to the time to buy a new set of tires, picking out just the right model can be a little bit confusing and incredibly expensive. This is why some people can tend to stray toward buying used tires to save a couple of bucks.
This time, we give you an inside look at the market of used tires that are sometimes passed off as lightly used or potentially even new, but in reality, scammers have gotten their hands and said rubber and repurposed it so that it only looks new. You might be wondering what the big deal is – If there’s tread on the tire, isn’t usable? If you know that you’re buying a used tire anyway, what’s the issue? Well, you see, tires have all sorts of different metrics other than their tread life because, thanks to a plethora of other factors, you rubber can break down in other ways. Therefore, even if the tread is perfect, the ride could be a little bit more dangerous than you had originally bargained for. That’s not a good place to be in.
Follow along with the video below that shows you what to look out for when shysters try to pass off their worn out old products for something that it isn’t. Even if you do decide to go out there and buy yourself a used set of tires, it’s always a good idea to arm yourself with the right information first so that you know that you’re getting yourself into when it comes to something that’s so integral for your safety.