The most common cause for accidents and damaged tyres is the wrong tyre pressure. Often the tyres are underinflated because they are not checked regularly. However, maintaining the right tyre pressure constantly is the best way to get the most out of your tyre, drive safely and save money.
Having an underinflated tyre with a small amount of pressure below advised leads to a reduced steering response, less directional stability, cost-efficiency, and durability. Should the pressure fall even further, the tyre may overheat. As a result, the tyre structure is damaged or may fail completely.