1. Clean Brake Dust Off Regularly
Brake dust contains all sorts of nasty stuff. If you leave it too long, the combination of road grime, moisture and heat from your brakes will bake it on to your wheels. Brake dust normally clings to wheels with static electricity so a damp sponge and clean cold water is the best way to get it off.
2. Check your Tire Pressures
Check your tire pressures regularly. Bad tire pressures can affect fuel economy, handling, comfort, and most importantly safety. It’s easy to do and there is no excuse not to. We check your tire pressure as a courtesy after every visit to Richard’s Accurate.
3. Check your Tread Depth
Bald, slick tires might be good for motor racing but they’re no good on the road. Most tires come with tread wear bars built into them now – find one, examine it and if your tread is too low, replace your tires. Four new tires might seem expensive but they are much cheaper than an accident.
Original article posted on CarBibles