Slow and Steady in a Blowout

If you experience a blowout on the road, there are a few things that you can do to try to decrease the risk of an accident. Try to maintain as much control of the vehicle as possible. Most of the time, you'll hear a loud noise from one side of your car. This can sometimes be frightening, but if you control your car, then you usually won't run off the side of the road.

Don't slam on your brakes after a blowout in Johnstown, PA. This can put more pressure on the tires and result in more damage. You want to gently tap your brakes to slow your car down while gripping the steering wheel until you can get the car to a safe location.

When you've reached the side of the road, you want to turn on your flashing lights before trying to change the tire. If there is too much damage, then consider contacting Team Kia so that someone can be sent to your location to change the tire.

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