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Important Things To Know About Tire Pressure And Safety

Next to fuel, tires are probably the thing you should always be looking out for when you’re on the road. Since they’re the only part of your vehicle touching the ground, they’re responsible for how smoothly (or not smoothly) your ride goes. You should be meticulous about keeping the tire pressure on your vehicle in an ideal gauge—and this piece of information can be found in the manual that comes with your car.Contrary to popular belief, the gauge information written on the wheels shouldn’t be followed, because they’re the maximum allowable tire pressure, not the ideal gauge for your car.We’ve rounded some tips as well as signs to look for when your tires have either too much or too little air pressure in them.

 When Your Tires Have Too Much Pressure

 When tires have too much pressure, there is a tendency to bounce up and down the road, because a lot less of the tire (than what is expected or ideal) is touching the ground. When not modified, this could cause serious accidents, such as slamming into another car when the driver loses control of the tires. This could also exert too much pressure on the tires (and as a result, have the potential to blow up).

When Your Tires Lack Pressure

When tires lack pressure, too much of them are touching the ground, increasing friction. Driving down long freeways could easily cause them to overheat, which is never good. Your tires will get worn off more quickly and tread separation could occur.

The Ideal Time To Have Your Tires Checked For Their Pressure

The ideal time to have your tires checked is before going on a long drive or going out, when you’ve left it parked in the garage and haven’t driven it recently. That is when you’d get the most accurate reading. Always remember that the ideal tire pressure is always beneath the maximum allowable pressure.

 For more information about tire pressure, or if you’re interested to know more about our towing and roadside assistance services, call us now at (613) 909-1091. Our phone line is open 24/7