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How many times do you change your tires a year?


How often do you usually change your car's tires? Do you usually use seasonal tires or year-round tires? As I understand it, tires have a lifespan of between 40,000 and 50,000 kilometers and when you exceed that amount it would be optimal to change them for new ones, changing them once a year is fine with me.
I don't drive a lot, even when I drive I only go for a short distance. Therefore, I do not change my tires every years. The last time I changed my tires was about 2 years ago and they are still in pretty good shape
If the tires are in good shape after a year, there is no need changing it. My relatives normally change theirs after two or three years.
The factory fitted tires that came with our car lasted 3 years before a car specialist advised us to change it. The current tires is already two years gone. And is not showing any sign of wearing out.
Honestly, I make sure to change my tires once in a year and it’s usually during the winter season. However, I also make sure to check my tire pressure regularly to ensure that they're in good condition as well.
Recently, my father replaced the tires on the car. Since he does not use the car frequently, the tires have a longer lifespan. In addition, his careful driving habits contribute to preventing potential car issues. Prior to going on long trips, he diligently checks the tire pressure to make sure it is at the correct level.

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