My father recently gave me the car that used to belong to him (well technically it still does), and the unusual tyre wear caught my eye.
This tyre has around 20k kilometers on it, it's a Pirelli P Z
ero Nero, dimensions are 225/50R17. It's currently at the front, but it has done some distance at the back as well, which explains the high wear on the inside since the back has a lot of camber. What I don't understand is, why is it that in the second and fourth grooves the TWI is already touching the ground, while the first and third are fine?
The tyre spent most of its life underinflated, since my parents aren't really careful with tyre pressures and it has done pretty much 50/50 distance in highway and urban traffic.
The car is a 2012 Chevrolet Cruze, and yes, these tyres will be replaced as soon as possible.