2024 National Tire Safety Week Toolkit

Thank you for helping USMTA raise awareness on social media for National Tire Safety Week! Below are hashtags, sample Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook posts and graphics you and your organization can share with audiences. We appreciate your partnership in spreading the word to help keep people safe on the roads. Share your stories about how you do your P.A.R.T. and get #RoadReady.


  • JUNE 24- JULY 3, 2024 


  • #NTSW  

  • #NationalTireSafetyWeek  

  • #TireSafety  

  • #TireSafetyTips  

  • #RoadReady  

  • #TireMaintenance  

  • #TireCare  

Sample Posts 




Play your P.A.R.T. to stay safe on the road this summer.  
Visit our website to learn more about #TireSafety. #NTSW  www.ustires.org/ntsw

Driving to visit family and friends this summer? Give your #tires a checkup before you go. Proper #TireCare helps keep you safe on the #road. Get tips at www.ustires.org/ntsw. #NTSW  

Your #tires are the vital link between your vehicle and the #road. Make sure to check tire pressure monthly for optimal #RoadReady performance.
#NTSW www.ustires.org/tire-care-essentials 



Tires are complex but checking tread depth is simple. Use the penny test - if you can see all of Lincoln's head, it's time for new #tires. Get the details at www.ustires.org/ntsw #NTSW #TireMaintenance



Did you know that misaligned wheels can lead to uneven, rapid tread wear? Stay #RoadReady by visiting a #tire professional to correct your #alignment. Learn More www.ustires.org/ntsw



NTSW Maintenance

POP QUIZ: How often should you rotate your tires? Rotate your #tires based on recommendations in your vehicle owner’s manual to help them wear evenly. If no rotation period is specified, we recommend every 5,000 to 8,000 miles. Learn more: www.ustires.org/ntsw



LinkedIn & Facebook 

Summer travel season is underway! As you head to the beach, travel to see loved ones, or enjoy a road trip, it is important to play your P.A.R.T. to stay safe while traveling this summer. 

🚙 Check your tire pressure monthly and ahead of long trips. 

🚙 Get your alignment checked by a car dealer 

🚙Rotate your tires 

🚙 Inspect the tread of your tires. 

Play your P.A.R.T. to stay safe while traveling this summer. Visit our website to learn more about #TireSafety  www.ustires.org/ntsw

#NTSW #TireSafetyTips #RoadReady  

Are you monitoring your tire pressure? Under-inflated tires can overheat and wear irregularly, while overinflated ones are more prone to damage from potholes and debris. #NTSW

Properly inflated tires support your vehicle's weight, enhance control and performance, and even boost fuel efficiency. Despite their complexity, maintaining the right tire pressure is a simple step that pays big dividends. #NTSW

Learn more about tire safety www.ustires.org/tire-care-essentials

How do you know when it's time to get your alignment checked? As a routine part of maintaining your tires, you should check the alignment every other oil change or as specified by your owner’s manual.  

Here are some clear signs that you need an immediate alignment:  

  • Sharp or slight pulling in one direction  

  • Steering wheel vibration  

  • Crooked steering wheel  

  • Uneven tire wear  

Having your tires aligned can result in improved vehicle handling and optimized tire life.   

Learn more: www.ustires.org/ntsw 

#NTSW #TireMaintenance #TireSafety   

Rotating your #tires is an important part of tire maintenance. Periodically changing the position of each of the tires on your vehicle will help spread wear evenly across all four tires, maximizing tread life. 

Rotate your tires based on recommendations in your vehicle’s owner’s manual. If no rotation period is specified, we recommend every 5,000 to 8,000 miles or with each oil change. Rotation allows you to inspect all four #tires for damage or uneven wear, helping keep your car #RoadReady.

Learn more about tire safety: www.ustires.org/ntsw

#NTSW #TireSafetyTips #TireCare  

Did you know that tire-related crashes are more likely to occur when there’s rapid tread wear? Checking your tires’ tread regularly can reduce the likelihood of being involved in a crash.  

Tires are complex but using the penny test to check your tread is a cheap and easy way to keep yourself and your family safe on the road. If part of Lincoln’s head is covered by the tread, you’re good to go. If you can see all of his head, it’s time for a new tire.   

Learn More: www.ustires.org/ntsw #NTSW #TireMaintenance #TireSafety  


Visual Assets 

Infographic: Tire Safety: Protecting What Matters Most

Find a full suite of graphic tiles here: 2024 NTSW Graphics 

Sources:  https://www.ustires.org/tire-care-essentials   


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