40% of motorists drive on “dangerous” or “very dangerous” tyres

12th January 2018 | 0 Comments
 
40% of motorists drive on “dangerous” or “very dangerous” tyres
40% of motorists drive on “dangerous” or “very dangerous” tyres

Almost 40 per cent of cars in the UK are running on at least one tyre that is “dangerously” or “very dangerously” underinflated.

The figures come after Michelin and Kwik Fit inspected more than 500 vehicles in Tesco car parks around the UK.

Michelin classifies tyres that are between 7psi and 14psi below the manufacturer’s recommendation as “dangerously underinflated”, while 14 psi or more underinflation is deemed to be “very dangerous.”

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