Driver Pro Tip:
When temperatures drop, so does your tire pressure! For every 10 degrees of temperature drop, your tires will typically drop 1-2 PSI. Driving on under-inflated tires drastically affects traction, handling and durability of the tire and as a result – fuel efficiency.
Keep your tires inflated to the recommended PSI to get the longest life out of your tires, and the best fuel efficiency your car can get.
If you think your tires need to be replaced, stop by Al’s Auto Care for a free consultation and quote or schedule an appointment today!