Check the air pressure in your tires about once a month. Don’t wait for the TPMS warning light.
Use an accurate tire pressure gauge. Don’t fill your tires by look or feel.
The TPMS alerts you when a tire is under inflated by 25%. Check your tires immediately and fill them to the correct air pressure.
If you are unfamiliar with TPMS, we would be happy to show you this warning device on your vehicle.
Prevent accidents. The NHTSA estimates that under inflated tires contribute to more than 600 fatalities and 33,000 injuries each year.
Enjoy superior road control and comfort.
Save money on gas. According to the Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA), you can improve fuel efficiency by more than 3% by keeping your tires at the correct pressure.
Save money on tires. The tread wears longer when your tires are properly inflated.