By: Levi Winchester, Winchester, Levi
The minimum legal tyre tread depth for cars in the UK is 1.6mm - if your tyre is less than this, then you could face of fine of up to £2,500 per tyre, plus three points on your licence
Levi Winchester is a Money Editor with a focus on national financial news in the United Kingdom. He writes for various publications, including The Sentinel, Daily Mirror, Birmingham Live, Scottish Daily Record and Sunday Mail Ltd. Levi's articles cover a range of topics such as government policy changes, consumer warnings, energy prices, and money-saving tips.
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