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  1. Check tyre pressure on a regular basis.
  2. Never mix crossply/radial or directional/non directional on the same axle.
  3. Tread depth should be at least 1.6 mm across 75% of tread depth, to be legal.
  4. Be able to change your tyre in an emergency situation.
  5. Keep tyre changing equipment in a serviceable condition.
  6. Drive with care in adverse weather conditions - give your tyres a chance.
  7. Be vigilant for damage to your tyres.
  8. Look after your car's steering and suspension, as this will greatly affect tyre performance.
  9. Choose the appropriate tyre size and speed rating recommended for your vehicle.
  10. Any suspicions about your tyres - check it out!
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