Proper tire inflation is key to keeping your tire tread as evenly worn as possible. If you aren’t sure what the proper PSI is for your specific vehicle, you can refer to your owners manual or open the front driver's door and the specifications should be somewhere on the inside.

Not only does letting your tire pressure get too low harm your vehicle, but high tire pressure is equally as harmful. Tire pressure that is too low will wear out the outsides of your tire tread. Too high of tire pressure and the center of your tread wears unevenly. In both instances, you are more accident-prone than if you had your tire pressures set at the manufacturer's specifications. Bring your vehicle to a trusted service technician to make sure that your vehicle is up to date.



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