A tire blowout will leave you stranded, and you can take a number of precautions to prevent this from occurring. Tires will last in a range of 30,000-45,000 miles, but also need to be replaced regardless of mileage after about five years. The first step to prevent a tire blowout is to ensure tire pressure is optimal whenever possible.

Check your tires for damage, and get your tires replaced if you don't have enough tread on your tires. If you have a bubble forming on the side of your tire, this has the potential to cause a tire blowout unexpectedly. If you find any problems with your tires, get them replaced as soon as possible.

Pay attention the road, and avoid any potholes if possible. Don't drive in large puddles if you can help it, as they can contain potholes that you can't see. Avoid hitting curbs, and get tire damaged repaired immediately.

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