Keeping tires inflated properly is easily the most critical factor for getting the most our of your
Proper air pressure ensures the tires will be safe and will last longer.
It is not the tire, but the air in the tire that carries the weight of a vehicle, absorbs shock,
and keeps the tire in shape so it can perform as designed.
Besides affecting resistance and fuel economy, tire pressure also influences handling, traction,
braking, and load carrying capabilities.
A tires worst enemy is heat. Improperly inflated tires don't flex as they were designed
to. The abnormal flexing generates heat and creats uneven wear, and reduces traction and performance causing handling
and ride problems.
Check Tire Pressure Regularly.
Use Valve Caps
Be sure dual wheels are matched in size, pressure, tread pattern, and design.
Maintain Total Vehicle Alignment.
Ensure tires are application specific.