You know, car tires can expire? These are the facts!
Windowofworld.com – Car tires are a very important component in supporting driving safety. Damage or a broken tire on the road can be fatal.
But because it is made of rubber, many say that tires have an expiration date. So, is it true that tires can expire?
Basically every car tire has a production code printed on the wall. Many assume that the older or older the production code is, the tires are classified as out of date.
In fact, launching from the Auto2000 blog, Monday (3/5), the production code on a tire has nothing to do with the expiration or expiration of the tire period.
The code only serves as a sign of production for the internal benefit of the company, and production information for its consumers. In addition, it can also be a sign of the expiration of the tire warranty period from the manufacturer to the consumer.
Usually, the warranty period will expire in a period of five or six years, depending on the tire manufacturer from the time the tire was produced. In choosing tires, users really need to pay attention to the production code on the tire. The production code information is usually printed on the wall of the tire.
Each manufacturer certainly has its own number of digit codes to mark its products, usually the number consists of 5-8 digit numbers.
So, even if the tire is not used, its age will continue to run. Even so, that doesn’t mean the tires can’t be used. As long as the condition is still good, such as the physical condition of both the palms and the walls, it is still suitable for use.