One national study revealed that most vehicles on the road today are inflated at only 80% of the vehicle manufacturer’s recommended pounds per square inch (PSI) rating. Driving a motor vehicle with underinflated tires is dangerous. It can result in increased stopping time, poor handling and a catastrophic tire failure resulting from premature wear. Driving with underinflated tires can also cost you more money. Increased rolling resistance leads to poor gas mileage. Premature tire wear means you will have to buy new tires more frequently.
In this video, Driver’s Alert “Driving Safety Guy” Paul Murray demonstrates the right approach to ensuring your vehicle’s tires are always inflated at the correct pressure level, keeping you safe and saving you money.

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