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There’s really no recommended tire tread depth for any kind of driving, though there are certainly guidelines and laws in place for minimum tire tread depth for safe driving. New tires usually have a tread depth between 10/32 to 11/32 of an inch (that’s about a third of an inch). Other types of tires like those designed for off-roading may have a deeper tread depth. The U.S. Department of Transportation mandates that you change your tires when they reach 2/32 of an inch of tread depth.
The most accurate way of checking your tire tread depth is to use either a tread depth gauge or a ruler. If, however, you’re looking to check your tires on-the-go without access to these items, an old penny lying around in your car cup holders may be substituted! Follow the steps below to check the tire tread depth remaining on your tires with a penny:
Some tires have tread wear bars built-in that indicate when they’ve reached the 2/32 inch mark. If they don’t, you can also use a digital or manual tread depth gauge. But learning how you check tire tread wear isn’t the only important part of complete tire health. You should also keep these things in mind:
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