Tire pressure is important for the safety of your tires and vehicle, but tire pressure also has a lot to do with the overall efficiency of your vehicle. When you have underinflated tires, this can cause your vehicle to work harder to get to the desired speed. You'll end up stopping by the gas station more frequently than usual.

Overinflated tires can be at a higher risk of blowing out. If this happens, you could be put into a dangerous situation if you lose control of your automobile. You may also have to replace your tires more often if you overinflate them. Tires aren't a cheap investment, so you'll want to keep your current set around as long as possible.

Always check the pressure of your tires when the vehicle hasn't been driven recently. A cold tire provides a much more accurate reading.

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