Tire Pressure: Why It’s Important

Your tires are filled with air. The correct amount of air is registered on the inside panel of your driver’s side door. It’s listed as "PSI" or parts per square inch. Knowing the amount of air in your tires at all times is critical.

Your tire pressure can change as the temperatures change. Additionally, if your tire pressure continuously gets lower, it’s a good indication that you have tire damage.

If your tire pressure isn’t correct, it can lead to uneven wearing of the tires, a tire blowout on the road or even a higher possibility of picking up a nail in your tire.

As you’re driving around the city, you should be confident of your tires' health. Make an appointment with our service technicians at Landmark Lincoln today. We will check your tire pressure and talk to you about how long your tires are likely going to last.



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