Many drivers know when their tires are running out of pressure, but not so many of them pay attention to current weather conditions before adding pressure to their tires. Besides ensuring you check your tire pressure regularly, it is important to consider whether the weather is cold or hot and whether the tire is cold too.

In addition, also consider the tire pressure requirements, which are always available in your car manual. Just in case you don’t have access to it, you can always check on the sticker in the trunk, glove box or doorjamb. As a driver, you already know that each car has specific tire requirements, and so, it would be very unreasonable to use the pressure as listed on your tire because you might have just bought the tire, but it might not be the standard size designed for the car.

Get more information about tire pressure by visiting our service center at Montgomery Lincoln today!

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