Reason to buy tires and save money
Tires that are under-inflated can cause tire to wear quickly and require more energy to roll along,Â¬â€ therefore itÂ¬â€ eats up more gasoline and you spend more money.Â¬â€
Use a tire gauge at least once a month to keep them inflated at the vehicle manufacturerâ€šÃ„Ã´s recommended pressure. That figure is typically found on a placard on the driverâ€šÃ„Ã´s door jamb, but check your owner’s manual for the location on your car and for the proper procedure. Donâ€šÃ„Ã´t go by the maximum inflation pressure embossed on the tire’s sidewall.Â¬â€
When buying new tires, look or askÂ¬â€ for a model with low rolling resistance – meaning it is a measure of how easy it is for a tire to roll down the road.Â¬â€ Â¬â€ Never let rolling resistance be your only criteria for choosing a tire, however. On some tires, lower rolling resistance can compromise all-weather grip and braking or cornering capabilities. We recommend you select the model that provides the best overall performance for your needs, and then consider rolling resistance as a tie-breaker.
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