A tire pressure warning light means that one or more of your tires needs air, as it is 20-25% below manufactures recommendation. This is significant and you do want to take care of this sooner than later.
While your tire pressure light will come on as needed, it is best to be proactive and check your vehicle’s tire pressure at least once a month and before any long trips. Keeping a tire gauge in your glove box is a quick and handy way to monitor your vehicle’s tire pressure.
The correct pressure for your vehicle’s tires is found on a sticker on the driver’s side door or door jamb. This is the pressure your tires should have to match the handling capabilities of your vehicle. Some vehicles require a different PSI for front and back tires.
Did you know that under- or over-inflated tires can cause undue tire wear? When this happens, your vehicle is at risk for tire failure and possibly an accident? We do not want that to happen to you! We are here to assist you as needed. Give us a call…608-782-1375.
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