When the tires on your car do not have enough air, they can create a rougher ride while you are driving. However, your underinflated tires can also cost you money.

When your tires are underinflated, the edges of the sidewalls come into contact with the pavement. Since there is no tread on the sidewalls, these areas wear down more quickly, requiring you to buy tires more often.

However, replacing worn out tires is not the only extra expense underinflation causes. When your tires do not have enough air, they drag on the road. This dragging makes your engine work harder to rotate the tires. The engine uses more fuel, meaning you have to fill up your car more often.

If you are tired of wasting money because of your underinflated tires, but you do not know the proper pressure your tires require, visit us at Grapevine Lincoln. Our technicians will test your pressure and make sure that your tires are properly inflated.

 

 

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