The air pressure for the tires should be inspected on a regular basis. The best way is to check the owner’s manual for the vehicle. You can also see how much air pressure you need by checking the inside door jamb of the driver’s door. If you are still not sure, you can always contact us. We can advise you on the appropriate amount of air needed, and we can inspect the tires as well. By bringing your vehicle in regularly for proper inspections, you can help to ensure everything is operating correctly and efficiently for it.

Air Pressure checks

You will want to check the air pressure, but timing is important. Do not check the air pressure right after you have drove. When you drive, the tires expand because they warm up. This will then result in a false reading for the air pressure. You will want to make sure that the vehicle has had adequate time to be parked. That way you will have the best air pressure reading possible. If you notice that a tire is getting low more often, make sure to schedule an appointment with us. This way they will always be in the best condition.


You will also want to check to make sure that the tires are in the best condition before driving. Check the tread wear and any other issues. If the tread is not even around the tire, having the tires rotated or aligned is recommended. Doing so will help expand the life of them. Tires that are not properly inspected can wear out much sooner than they otherwise should. This can be costly in the long run. You will also want to make sure that the tires are aligned properly. If they are not, the vehicle will have to work harder to have this corrected. Poorly aligned tires can cause further wear and tear on the vehicle as well. So always make sure to bring the vehicle in for an inspection.