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Air Pressure for the Tires of your Vehicle

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The air pressure for each tire should be inspected on a regular basis. If you are not sure what the pressure should be, always make sure to look. You can also contact and call us, we can advise you on the correct of air needed. There is a number on the side of the tire that could be the air pressure amount. But this number is by the tire manufacturer and may not be what is best for your own vehicle. The best thing to do is to look up what your vehicle make and model is, to find the air pressure. You could look it up online or by contacting us as well. We would be more than happy to advise you on the air pressure amount.

Checking the Pressure in Tires

Check the driver’s door of your vehicle. On the inside door jamb, you will notice a sticker that will have the psi for the tires of your vehicle. This could contain info for all four of them, just the front two, or just the back two. You will want to make sure the designated amount recommend is in each tire. Besides inside the door, you can find air pressure by looking in the vehicle owner’s manual as well. This will recommend the tire pressure, as well as any other maintenance that might be needed. As you check the tires, also remember to check the spare.

 

Signs of tire issues can be caused by low air in the tires as well. When the vehicle does not travel smoothly or straight, check the air pressure. As a tire gets low on air, it will start to pull the vehicle in that direction. This can become a hazard in the winter on slick roads. At any sign of a problem, always make sure to call us to schedule an appointment for your vehicle.

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