Tire Of My Car Keeps Being Put Out, Popping, Deflating and Blowing Up Can I Lemon my Car?

Can I Lemon My Car If It Has Tire Issues?

Yes, you can lemon your car for tire issues. Tires are a major component on a vehicle. A car cannot run on the roads without tires, and all tires need to be safe to be able to safely maneuver and drive a vehicle. If a tire has defects and blows out on the roads, it will cause instability in the driver’s ability to safely drive the car.

Knowing What to Do Correctly If Your Tires Blowout on the Roads Could Save Your Life!

Most people have experienced a low tire, or even had a flat tire. But many people have never experienced a tire blowout on the roads while driving. In order to understand what to do if your tire ever blows out on the roads, we need to put on our Physics Professor hat for a few minutes here.

If your tire blows out on the road, there are several serious physical characteristics that are working together, and will make driving your vehicle extremely unsafe in those first few moments. Let’s imagine you are driving on the highway, and your tire blows out. It may have blown out because of a tire defect, which may have had the tire slowly lose pressure, or may have burst the tire altogether.

In the event of a tire blowout, your tire pressure dips extremely fast, usually making a loud noise. You might hear a “bang” or a popping noise when the tire actually blows out while driving on the highway. Either way, what happens next is of critical importance to keep you alive and the other drivers safe on the roads during a tire blowout.

Tire Blowouts Are Deadly, Stay Alive by Staying Calm and Do Not Hit the Brakes!

If your tire blows out because of a tire defect, you can keep control of your vehicle. But you may need to act counter intuitively to keep your car in the safe zones during a tire collapse. The physics of a tire blowout are that the tire loses pressure immediately, and the rim of the wheel will then be in immediate contact with the ground. The car is still moving at that point, and the friction of the ground will cause the car to vibrate suddenly. You’ll feel a rapid vibration or bumpy feeling to the wheels, but that is not the end of it.

Because only one tire blew out, now the vehicle is seriously off balance. The physical forces of time and distance will start to force the moving car to swerve in a direction towards the blown-out tire. At this moment, the car will naturally start to swerve, as it is off balance.

What you need to do during a tire blowout, is to:

  1. Do not apply the brakes.
  2. Do not suddenly release your foot from the gas pedal.

During a tire blowout, you need to resist the urge to apply the brakes, and slowly release your foot from the gas pedal. This will allow the car to stabilize itself slowly and to start to slow down in the same overall condition and upright position that it is currently traveling in at that moment.

If you put your foot on the brakes, and suddenly lift your foot off of the accelerator, you could actually destabilize the vehicle to the extent, that it will flip the car upside down, and the car may hit a guardrail, go into on coming traffic, or careen down a hill at the same high rate of speed. For this reason, allowing the car to slow down and gently steering off onto the side of the road safely, is the best course of action during a tire blowout situation on the roads.

Am I Allowed to Get Money for Returning Car, SUV, or Truck Due to Bad Tires -Tire Defect Lawyer?

Yes, you can get money back from the manufacturer for returning a car, SUV or truck for a manufacturer’s defect on its bad and defective tires. We offer our assistance in this type of situation, and you can call us at the Guardian Lemon Law Group, at 888.341.8537 today.

Does a Car Qualify for a Lemon Because of a Problem with Its Tires?

Yes, and that is because tires that are defective can be more prone to overinflation, underinflation or being unbalanced on the vehicle. Any time that there is an issue with tires on a car, there is the issue that the tires may blow out if there is any type of defect or fault in the tire structure itself.

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Our legal team is ready to assist you when you have a claim for a lemon car tire that blows out on your vehicle. All that you need to do is to call us today at the Guardian Lemon Law Group, at 888.341.8537 to get the process started right now.

What Major Manufacturer’s Can Have Bad Tires That Deflate or Blow Up?

  1. Tesla
  2. Chevrolet
  3. Jeep
  4. Dodge
  5. Lincoln
  6. Infiniti
  7. Cadillac
  8. GMC
  9. Land Rover
  10. Range Rover
  11. Jaguar
  12. Scion
  13. Porsche
  14. Toyota
  15. Volkswagen AG
  16. Daimler AG
  17. Ford Motor Company
  18. Honda Motor Company Ltd.
  19. Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (BMW)
  20. General Motor Company (GM)
  21. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV
  22. Hyundai Motor Co.
  23. Nissan Motor Company Ltd.
  24. Volvo
  25. Mercedes
  26. Kia
  27. Audi

If a car manufacturer does not routinely check the integrity of the tires on their vehicles, then that manufacturer could be responsible for the results of accidents that can occur with their vehicles. If you have had a tire blowout on your new car, just call us at Guardian Lemon Law Group, at 888.341.8537 today to discuss your lemon law case.

Common Defects Found in Defective Tires

Tires can have many different types of defects, that when driving on those tires can make them unsafe. Each component that makes up the production of the tire is important, and cannot be defective in any way, or the entire tire can bear the defect when driven on the open roads.

Tires can be defective in many different areas of the tire itself, including:

  • Flange cushion
  • Bead filler
  • Bead reinforcement
  • Carcass ply
  • Bead core
  • Belt plies
  • Sidewall
  • Rubber liner
  • Cap ply
  • Tread area of tire
  • Nylon fibers making up the rubber
  • Natural fibers in the rubber
  • Synthetic fibers in the rubber
  • Steel cords in the rubber

If your tire is defective, it may have more than one component that was a defective factor in the making of the tire. In that case, you need to call us immediately at Guardian Lemon Law Group, at 888.341.8537 right now. We will work with you to get the recovery compensation that you deserve in a tire lemon law case.

Recent Victories

Tire manufacturer defects are being settled, to help the consumers know that their concerns over defective tires on new cars is being taken seriously. Settlements against tire manufacturers include:

  • Michelin settlement for $4.8 million
  • General Tire settlement for $6.8 million
  • Continental Tire settlement for $1.1 million

If you have had a defective tire and need to talk to an attorney, just give us a call at the Guardian Lemon Law Group, at 888.341.8537 today.

Zero Fee Guarantee

When you call us today, we can offer to you a zero-fee guarantee. We are here to assist you when you have a deflated tire on your car that is popping, blowing up, or otherwise defective. All that you need to do is to give us a call at Guardian Lemon Law Group, at 888.341.8537 right now. We are here to help you to get the recovery compensation you deserve in a lemon law case.

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If you have experienced a tire blowing up on your new car, you need to give us a call at the Guardian Lemon Law Group, at 888.341.8537 today. We can discuss your case regarding a tire blowing up on your car with you, and give you a free case evaluation.

You can be connected to our legal team, and review your tire blowout claim with a lawyer with experience in tire defects and the lemon laws. Just give us a call today, we are here for you and ready to review your case details with you right now.

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