Tires are considered a very important part of the car, which should never be neglected. Any simple fault or neglect can lead to injury or death of passengers on board, as a result of loss of control. Any car owner or driver must regularly check tires pressure and learn how to extend the life of car tires. Simple things can make a real difference in how long your tires last:
Always check the pressure when the tires are cold : 
It is important to inspect your tires regularly and check air pressure when the tires are cold, because air pressure changes if the tires are hot as a result of expansion of air atoms inside the tire. Accurate readings can only be obtained when the tires are cold.
Inspect your tires regularly for cracks and any damage or screw punctures, as well as check your tires tread depth which could be easily measured by the proper tool and tire tread depth should not be less than 1.6 mm. The more often these inspections are performed, the easier it will be to detect small tire problems before it becomes a more expensive issue when driving at high speed.
Checking tire valve to avoid air leaks: 
The driver may notice significant change in tires pressure and thinks the problem may result from punctures or cuts in the tire but detects that it was caused by leaking valve. Therefore, tire valve should be inspected when air loss or problems are detected.
Check the air pressure weekly:
Sometimes we detect variation in tires pressure as a result of air leak or because the car has not moved for a long time. To get a safer ride, we recommend checking air pressure of your tires once a week and make sure all four tires are inflated with an accurate pressure level to avoid vibration or loss of control.
Inspect bending of a wheel rim:
If you detect instability when driving, your car should be checked for wheel balance to ensure you have no problem of rim bending. The bending of rim for a long time may cause wheel imbalance or irregular tread wear and damage of tires. A vibration while driving at higher speed indicates a problem of a wheel rim bending.
Inspect your spare tire once a month:
Always inspect your spare tire at least once a month for signs of damage to ensure safety and avoid any problems of air leaks so as to be ready for use at need.
Don’t ride on broken glass:
Don’t ride on broken glass to avoid damage of your tires as a result of punctures and holes caused by small parts of glass
Avoid parking the vehicle for a long time in exposed area:
Tires are composed of various types of material and rubber compounds that are significantly affected by high or low temperature degrees and make change in the tire pressure. As well as parking the car in exposed area will cause wear of the part in contact with the surface of the ground and damage the tires.