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20 Aug 2019 0 people
5 reasons tyre pressure can drop

Tyre pressure plays an important role in every car’s performance, handling, and fuel economy. Maintaining optimal tyre pressure not only benefits how your car drives though, it’s also a factor in the longevity of your tyres. However, all tyres leak air, whether quickly or slowly, for a…
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Author Name – Jack Underwood

14 Aug 2019 1 people
Can tyre pressure affect steering?

Maintaining correct tyre pressure is essential for the safe handling of your car, and therefore an important consideration for your safety, and the safety of those around you on the road. After your brakes, tyres are one of the most important elements of your car in terms of safety. Driving with…
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Author Name – Jack Underwood

01 Aug 2019 4 people
Why tyre pressure is important

Maintaining your tyres at the right PSI (or pounds of force per square inch) means your tyres will last longer and your vehicle will be more fuel efficient. It will also handle better, overheat less often, and reduce your effective stopping distance. This means that with the appropriate tyre…
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Author Name – Jack Underwood

24 Jul 2019 1 people
Where Are Tyre Pressure Sensors?

A tyre pressure monitoring system, also known as a TPMS, is a device that monitors tyre pressure. A TPMS consists of sensors that are fitted to all four tyres, and visual or audible warnings are presented to the driver of the vehicle if tyre pressure or temperature change significantly. A TPMS…
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Author Name – Jack Underwood

17 Jul 2019 0 people
PSI vs Bar

PSI and bar are the most common units of measurement that are related to pressure. You may need to convert PSI to bar regularly if your pump only measures pressure in one and not the other. Understanding how these units of measurement work is crucial for maintaining tyre pressure, and it’s…
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Author Name – Jack Underwood

03 Jul 2019 4 people
Which Tyre Pressure Gauge Is Best?

A tyre gauge is a portable pressure meter which is designed for measuring the pounds of air per square inch in car, van or truck tyres. Having one of these to hand, especially when you’re in possession of a vehicle that doesn’t get driven very often, or if you live far from a petrol…
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Author Name – Jack Underwood

19 Jun 2019 4 people
How to Use a Digital Tyre Pressure Gauge

It’s crucially important to maintain the correct air pressure in the tyres on your vehicle. Although in the past, most motorists relied upon their local garage and its air compressor to adjust the pressure of their car’s tyres, modern technology allows drivers to monitor and adjust tyre…
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Author Name – Jack Underwood

04 Jun 2019 5 people
Guide To Caravan And Motorhome Tyres

You’ll be used to regularly checking up on the tyres on your car or van, but what you may not be aware of is the necessity to check the tyres on your caravan or trailer just as regularly. Oxygen and sunlight work together to break down molecules in the tyre walls, and when the weather is…
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Author Name – Jack Underwood

23 May 2019 4 people
How often should you check your tyre pressure

The short answer to this is that you should check your tyre pressure every two weeks, while your tyres are cold (i.e. you haven’t driven on them in several hours). Checking the tyre pressure on your vehicle is just one of the many checks required to ensure that you are taking proper care of…
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Author Name – Jack Underwood

23 May 2019 1 people
High tyre pressure effects

Inflating your tyres to the correct tyre pressure is really important. Both overinflated and underinflated tyres are a safety hazard at worst and can burn a hole in your pocket at best. Knowing your PSI and keeping your tyres inflated properly forms part of a tyre maintenance plan and will increase…
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