Having the right tire pressure is critical to driving performance. It is as important as having water and oil in the car, but it is often neglected because it is out of sight and out of mind. There are no flashing lights to let you know when your tire pressure is too low or too high, so it is up to you to stay on top of it.
Failure to ensure correct tire pressure can lead to:
Decreased Fuel Efficiency
This can be a killer in today's online business. Adjusting your type pressure is a free way to get your fuel go further, and it only takes ten minutes at the local gas station.
Unless you've was indeed money to burn you're never going to want to buy new tires more often than you have to.
A special event, or a loss of grip do to prematurely worn tires can lead to fatal consequences.
How To check Tire Pressure
Ascertain what the correct pressure for simply because tires is. This information can be found on the side of the tyre. Tyre pressure is often expressed within an acceptable range of pressures rather than a single specific number. Filling your tires towards the lower end of this number range will give you greater grip by getting a tires a little 'softer'.
Your tire stems will have rubber caps on them. Remove these before attempting to adjust your tire pressure.
Set the gauge around the air compressor to a healthy number.
Connect the nozzle to the tire. You will hear a surge of air when it initially connects. This should stop each time a seal is formed.
Let the air compressor do its inescapable fact. When your tire is at the correct pressure, remove the nozzle swiftly.
Screw those rubber caps back around the stem, repeat three periods, and drive safely..