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Too Much or Too Little Air Pressure Can Cost you Money

Maintaining Your Tire Pressure Is One Of The Most Important Maintenance Tasks You Can Perform.

 

Properly inflated tires save fuel and improve the safety of your car. If your car’s tires are not properly inflated, your fuel economy can drop drastically, your tires will need replacement more often, and it can cause a less comfortable ride.

 

Too Much or Too Little Air Pressure Can Cost You Money

Properly inflated tires can reduce the cost of vehicle ownership. Properly inflated tires can help maximize your vehicle’s fuel efficiency. With the cost of fuel continuously increasing, it’s essential that you do everything you can to increase your vehicle’s fuel efficiency. Properly maintaining the pressure of your tires can have a significant impact on the fuel efficiency of your vehicle.

In addition to increasing your vehicle’s fuel efficiency, properly inflated tires can also reduce unnecessary wear on your tires. When your tires are not inflated properly, it can cause them to wear unevenly. Properly inflated tires tend to wear longer. Quality tires are not cheap. Unless you want to replace your tires sooner than necessary, it is crucial that you keep your tires properly inflated at all times.

How Often Should Tire Pressure Be Checked in Georgia?

Tire Pressure should be check at least once each month. It may be necessary to check your tire pressure more often, however, if you live in climates where the weather changes frequently. Drops in temperature can result in a loss of tire pressure. In addition, a number of tire manufacturers use very thin inner liners and/or insufficient chemical compounds in the inner liner of their tires. This can result in air and moisture escaping the tire, causing your tires to lose pressure more quickly than you would expect. Since it only takes a moment to check the pressure of your tires, there is no reason not to at least visually check your tire pressure on a weekly basis to ensure the safety and fuel efficiency of your vehicle.

 

 

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