Checking on Your Tire Pressure and Tread

Staying on top of your tire pressure and the tread is critical to staying safe on the road and prolonging the life of your tires. Replacing your tires more than necessary can get expensive, which is why preventative maintenance always pays off in the long run.

You can check your tire pressure by placing the end of the gauge on the valve of each tire until you get a reading. Check these measurements against the manufacturer's recommended PSI, which you can usually find in your car manual. You may have to use an air compressor to fill each tire to the recommended level. It is always best to do this when your car has been idle for at least three hours before measuring.

If you want to be sure that your tires are in good working order, come on down to our showroom at Wilson Motors have them inspected and serviced today.

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