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  • Are Your Tires Worn Out?
  • …remaining tread depth. It's important to note that the tire's performance in rain and snow can be reduced before it no longer meets the minimum tread depth requirement. You can substitute a tire tread depth gauge with a U.S. coin to measure those critical few 32nds of an inch of remaining tread depth. When…

  • New Year. New Tires.
  • …when they reach approximately 6/32” of remaining tread depth. For rain and wet roads, you should consider replacing your tires when they reach approximately 4/32” of remaining tread depth. What Honest Abe Doesn’t Tell You About Minimum Tread Depths When do I need to replace my tires? Simply use a…

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  • Are my winter tires good enough for one more season?
  • …much tread depth do I need to make it through another season? The depth of the tread is directly proportional to the traction you will achieve in rain, slush and snow. Knowing that, what are the thresholds? if you are at 8/32nds you have at least one more GOOD winter left. You should have a minimum of…

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  • When is The Right Time to Replace Tires?
  • While the legal minimum of 2/32" of remaining tread depth indicates a need to replace tires, should you buy tires even if part of Lincoln's head is covered when using a penny to measure your tire's tread depth? Take a look at "Measuring Tire Tread Depth with a Coin" to see how U.S. coins can be used…

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