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Why Does Tire Pressure Matter?

Each tire and car manufacturer has different inflation requirements for the tires. When the tire pressure is too low, a lot of friction is created. This results in excessive wear and tear. Low tire pressure also decreases your car's fuel economy.

Tire pressure that is too high is also a serious problem. When the tires are over-inflated, the weight of your vehicle is not evenly distributed across them. This could cause the tread to become bald down the middle. When there is not enough tread left on your car's tires, you could experience problems with handling and controlling the vehicle, especially on wet or slick roads.

Not sure how to check your tire pressure? Stop in to see our technicians at Phillips Auto Group of Bradley. We offer tire pressure checks and can replace your tires if they're flat or worn-out.

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