Overinflated tires and underinflated tires can both cause __________.
Overinflated tires and underinflated tires can both cause tire wear. Answer: tire tread wear.
Over time, overinflated tires lead to excessive inner tire tread wear, decreasing the overall lifespan of tires. An overinflated tire is more like to burst.
An underinflated tire is more like to roll The tire pressure is too low, and too much of the tire is in contact with the road. The underinflated tires generate heat, causes internal friction in the tire causing premature outer tread wear.
C. reduced tread wear (DriversEd.com)