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How Do Scam Artists Make Dangerous Old Tires Look Like New Again? 

Beware buying used tires!

How Do Scam Artists Make Dangerous Old Tires Look Like New Again? 
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Almost everyone owns a four-wheeler vehicle. There is just no doubt that it makes our trip comfy. But, when it comes to choosing the rigid and best tires (also in the budget) for our cars, we get in a dilemma. 

Usually, a satisfactory quality new tire can easily set you back Rs. 4000. Used tires can actually be a very cheap alternative, and they usually have a lot of life left in the tread. They can be a good choice unless you get scammed from some fraud experts.

See how these scam crooks fool customers by making old and unsafe tires look newer than they are while making them actually weaker and more likely to puncture.

And guess what? You could not even catch their single mistake. 


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Cutting corner is a habit for many people in any walk of life.

Cutting corner is a habit for many people in any walk of life.

Myriad scammers are looking to make money off of other's poorly placed trust, but this is the most terrible scam to emerge in a long time.

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Buying new tires can be expensive. 

Buying new tires can be expensive. 
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That is why some people choose to go with used tires, but this comes with its own set of risks.

As always, buying something used comes with no guarantees. 

As always, buying something used comes with no guarantees. 
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They start by taking a hoary tire which is worn out and apparently used.

They start by taking a hoary tire which is worn out and apparently used.
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Then, they strip out unnecessary rubber from the tire.

Then, they strip out unnecessary rubber from the tire.
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This makes the grooves look deeper, and therefore look brand new again.

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That new new look. Yes, the brand-new one!

That new new look. Yes, the brand-new one!
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You would never have guessed that it has been used before.

But this also means removing rubber that prevents punctures and provides further grips.

But this also means removing rubber that prevents punctures and provides further grips.
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The process leaves the tire much more exposed to punctures and blowouts.

This is a phenomenon that could cost many lives.

This is a phenomenon that could cost many lives.
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Tires are worn articles and need to be replaced when their time is up.

With road accidents already one of the most prevalent threats to human life, this trend should be alarming.

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