Tire manufacturers have recommendations on tire psi pressure and its relation to auto manufacturers’ weight and load specifications.
Most vehicles are not equipped with a tire pressure monitoring system or a tire pressure sensor and therefore manual tire pressure monitoring is left up to the vehicle owner or local service provider. Checking your tire psi pressure is easy to do with a tire pressure gauge – like the one pictured which is available Free from Prompt Titles & Registrations in Phoenix when you come in to register your vehicle or transfer a title. (while quantities last).
Tire pressure can affect the way your tires wear in a number of ways.
Taking a few minutes to check your tire pressure will save you a lot of money.
Had I done that, a couple of months ago, I would have saved myself $200. My neighbor noticed the tire was low and I rode on it a little too long – long enough to totally destroy it! Even putting air in it at that point would have been useless – it was too far gone. I had to replace it and the other front tire since they need to be balanced. The rear tires are fine. Lesson learned. I got one of the neat tire gauges from Prompt Tittles & Registrations!
Correct tire pressure your car’s tires is printed on the outside of the tire and in the frame of the driver’s door.
How to check the tire pressure with a gauge
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