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Tire Info
DOT Number and Aged Tires:
     All tires sold in the U.S. are required by the federal government to have a Department of Transportation number, also known as a DOT number, which contains essential information regarding your safety. This number is most often located on the axle side of your tire, meaning either you must crawl under your vehicle or put the vehicle on a lift to read it. ELABORATE. 
     Many U.S. and foreign tire companies are now warning consumers to discard of tires after five to six years from the date of manufacture; this is due to the rubber and other components within tires which break down over time, making older tires potentially dangerous, even if they look brand new. Although manufacturers do not give similar warnings in the United States, this is likely to change as lawmakers and watchdog groups, including trial lawyers, put additional pressure on tire companies to follow the same safety guidelines that are applied overseas.
     Now to answer the question at hand, no you do not have to discard tires just because they are five years old. Have your service center monitor the condition at each PM service interval, or yourself visually each time you wash your motorhome. when sidewall cracks, lines, bumps, or anything out of the ordinary is observed, have a knowledgeable staff help you with your problem.
Dry Rot:
  The top two culprits of dry rot are lack of use and overexposure to sun rays. Protecting tires from the sun is vital for tire survival.

How to Prevent It:
1. Use mild detergent and water to clean tire rather than commercial products.
2. Park away from heat and sunlight
3. Store vehicle away from grease, oil, and gasoline which may break down rubber.
4. Storing your RV on boards will help to keep moisture away
5. Use a tire cover to protect from the elements.

NoteTire sidewalls showing cracks or other signs of dry rot should be removed immediately for the safety of you and your passengers.

Leading Causes of Premature Tire Failure:

  - Overloading the Tires
  - Under Inflated Tires
  - Ozone and UV Rays
  - Age of the Tires
  - Neglect rotation
Air Pressure:

    A large percentage of tire blowouts are caused from running the tires with low air pressure, or a slow leak. If this problem goes undetected it allows temperature to elevate while driving which can cause serious safety issues  for you, your passengers, and other drivers around you. Under inflated tires makes it harder to maintain control of your vehicle and also wears down the rubber much faster than if you had the proper air pressure.
Tire Covers protect against the sun's UV rays.
Although we have seen many tires replaced after 5 years we have also seen tires run a full eight + years. Basic information on care will help extend the life of your RV's tires. If you have any questions or concerns call us.
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Tire Inspections Prevent Blowouts
Michelin manufactures a variety of tires to fit most recreational vehicles. Find the right tires for your vehicle.
Known and trusted by billions of customers around the world, Maxxis offers high-quality tire products for cars and light trucks, bicycles, motorcycles, ATVs, trailers, karts, and lawn and garden care.
Goodyear Recreational Vehicle (RV) tires, available in the most common RV tires sizes and tread patterns, are designed to deliver performance, durability, and comfort for you and your family as you travel away from home.
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The Latest Technology in Tire Pressure Monitoring can Illuminate a Light Similar to this on Your Dash
Beware !
Protect 'em whenever possible
A severe case illustrated here, tires in this condition are at the end of their life regardless of tread depth.
Tires having sidewalls cracks like these should be removed at once, and done so by a professional trained in hazardous and dangerous tire conditions.
Dry Rot Examples ...Click to enlarge
The TireMinder® Wireless Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) is engineered specifically for RVs and motorhomes to provide added safety while saving on gas! It is easy to use and install.
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