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  • Writer's pictureBrian Till

BMW X5 Motorway Blow Out


Check your tyre pressure often and before you set off on your long journeys, The vast majority of blowouts are caused by incorrect tyre pressure. Most modern cars are equipped with an electronic tyre pressure monitoring system that alerts you when your air pressure fluctuates above or below safe levels. If you have an older car, you’ll have to do the checking yourself.

Check your tyre pressure before any long trips (to find out your vehicle's recommended tyre pressure Enter your vehicle registration number into the online tyre pressure tool, click 'Search' and we will find the tyre pressure for your vehicle.

Having your tyres checked at the first sign of trouble is the best way to avoid a blowout altogether. Don’t drive on old, worn tyres. If the tread on your tyres is worn down or if there are any cracks in the rubber, you could be doing some serious damage to your your rims. If you need a tyre replacement contact your local tyre company for a no obligation quote.

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