Why do some tires have little rubber hairs?
Those little rubber hairs are a byproduct of tire manufacturing. In a tire mold, rubber is injected and air pressure is used to force the liquid rubber into all the nooks and crannies. In order for the rubber to completely fill the mold, small pockets of air need to be able to escape.
Why are my tires balding so fast?
What causes tires to wear out too quickly? There are a number of answers, but for the sake of this article, we will mention the top four reasons. They are: Improper air pressure, lack of rotation, improper wheel alignment and worn out suspension parts.
Is it OK to drive on bald tires?
Bald tires are risky to drive on for two reasons – they’re more susceptible to punctures, and they no longer have adequate tread depth to channel water from under the tread. Which means that, when it rains or snows you may lose traction (and control over your vehicle).