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Old man gets irate at America’s Tire in Torrance, CA on 2/23/2016 at about 4PM.
Caught the interaction about half way through as I was listening to music when it started. Guy in the light green shirt was escorted outside by America’s Tire employees where he quietly sat by himself on the tailgate of his white utility truck.
I thought it was funny, others did not. To each their own.
There are many signs you may need to replace your tires; irregular wear, damage, and weathering can all indicate a need for new tires. However, the most common sign is low tread depth.
Your car’s wet braking performance depends on having sufficient tread depth. Worn tires can nearly double the distance required to stop on wet surfaces*.
When tires are new, deep grooves, called circumferential grooves, channel water from the tread area to maintain road contact.
As tires wear, the tread depth and circumferential grooves become shallower, decreasing the tire’s wet weather traction.
Independent testing shows that at 4/32nds of tread, a full size car may travel over 2 1/2 car lengths further before coming to a stop than the same vehicle with new tires*. While that may not sound like much, it’s equal to over 40 ft, about the same length as a standard semi-truck trailer.
Tread Depth can be measured using a pen-style gauge. Place the gauge on the tread surface and press the top down until the pin touches the bottom of a groove. Read the measurement. Measure three places across the tire—in the inside, center groove, and near the outside edge. The lowest measurement indicates the tread depth.
You can also measure tread depth using a penny. Place a penny with Lincoln’s head down into a tread groove. If you can see the top of Lincoln’s head while looking across the tread surface, your tire has less than 2/32nds of tread.
A tire with 2/32nds of tread is considered legally worn in some states. Tires worn to this point should be replaced.
Stop by your local Discount Tire location for a free tire inspection and air pressure check to know when to replace your tires. You can also see how your tires are measuring up by following our online tread depth guide at:
*Test was performed by Tandy Engineering & Associates, Inc. at 60mph in 1/16″ standing water with driver performing a panic stop. Average length of “full-size” car is 16’5″, which is the reference measurement for the stopping distance charge and information referenced in this video. Average length of truck/SUV is 21’6″.