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How to Inspect the Pressure in Your Tires

How to Inspect the Pressure in Your Tires

Tires are designed to be filled to specific air pressure in order to function properly. This air pressure helps to ensure that the tire is evenly making traction with the road and also helps to prevent premature wear and tear.  When it comes to your vehicle’s tires, taking care of them can save you both time and money in the long run. The better care you take of your tires, the less stress you’ll find yourself dealing with when something like a tire blowout occurs. Here are some of the risks of driving with tires that have low pressure:  Tire blowouts Uneven tire wear Tire cupping or bulging  Low tread  Decreased fuel efficiency Handling trouble With all of these risk factors, it becomes important to understand what the proper air pressure is for your specific vehicle’s tires and how to check it periodically.  The tire pressure that your vehicle requires will be located on the inside part of your car’s driver side door. You can ... read more

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