You're driving along, and you hear some sort of alarm or alert coming from your dashboard. Upon inspection, you notice that one of your tire pressure sensors has discovered that one of your tires is not within range of what it should be. Is this really an important situation? Do you have a few days to address the issue? Let's talk more about this.

Tire pressure is very important when it comes to efficiency. When your tire pressure is too low, this could lead to decreased fuel efficiency ratings. You may end up at the gas pump more than you would like.

Too much air in any of your tires can put a lot of unnecessary strain on your tires. This could lead to a blowout if you're going too fast or you hit unpredictable debris in the road.



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