Airplane tires are not at all like regular vehicle tires because they need to withstand a staggeringly wide extent of temperatures that go from short 60 degrees Celsius at a height of 10,000 meters to exceptionally high temperatures while showing up on the ground. It is thus ten times more important that plane tires are treated with considerably more care than your standard vehicle tires. Plane tires are tubeless, have a load of around 12 to 18 bar bearing weight, and are stacked up with nitrogen as opposed to just air. Right when all of these components are collected, the result is that plane tires should be changed after every 120 to 400 intervals relying on the plane model and factors (for instance, the runway, the atmosphere, and the pilot. These are just a few things you can do to take care of your tires (like checking your anti skid systems, aircraft brakes, hydraulic fluids, and aircraft engines), but for more information, see the article below.