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What should you do when a front tyre bursts?

A Let the vehicle roll to a stop.

Try not to react by applying the brakes harshly. This could lead to further loss of steering control. Indicate your intention to pull up at the side of the road and roll to a stop.

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When a front tyre bursts, it can be an extremely dangerous situation. It is important to remain calm and take the necessary steps in order to reduce the risk of injury or damage. The following outlines what should be done when a front tyre bursts.

The first step is to keep control of your vehicle as best you can. Take your foot off the accelerator and try not to apply any sudden brakes, as this could cause you to lose further control over your car’s direction or speed. Instead, slowly ease off on both pedals until you come safely stop at the side of road that has no other traffic around it if possible.

Once stopped, turn on hazard lights so that other drivers are aware there may be something wrong with your vehicle ahead in time for them slow down accordingly before they reach where you are parked up at roadside. After doing this, call for assistance either from a family member/friend or professional breakdown service. They will come out assess situation then help you get back onto road again safely once the issue has been resolved.

Finally, always remember to check pressure levels of all tyres regularly to ensure that none becomes flat while driving – especially during long journeys which require lot more fuel consumption than usual – to avoid being caught out by surprise like this again future!


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2 years ago

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2 years ago

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