The tyres on your car are the things that keep you moving on the road, your brakes are there to stop those tyres from moving when you need to. As two of the biggest safety necessities on your vehicle, it is imperative that they remain maintained. Tyre issues are common as they are a constantly moving part, and they cop a lot of wear and tear. Common problems can be tyre pressure issues from under or over-inflation, worn tread, unevenly worn tyres, punctures and dry rot. These issues can be extremely dangerous and can prevent adequate ability to stop your vehicle, swerving and skidding and even popped tyres.
Diagnosing brake issues should be carried out by a professional, but there are some signs that you can keep an eye (or ear) out for. Screeching, squealing or grinding brakes can be a sign of various brake problems. To keep on top of this fundamental part of your vehicle, brake pads should be inspected and changed when required.