Tire Inflation Pressure

Tyres are the only contact between your vehicle & the road. Inflation pressure is an extremely important factor affecting safety driving performances, mileage & fuel consumption. Both under-inflation & over-inflation can negatively affect your tire performance level: it is therefore important to always maintain the correct pressure on your vehicle.

Please note that 'suggested inflation pressure levels' do not exist. The correct inflation pressure value is given by the vehicle manufacturer & can be found in the vehicle log book. Inflation pressure checks should be made only when tires are cold. Tyres are considered to be cold when they have not been run for at least one hour or have only been run at low speed for not more than two or three kilometers. Check cold tire pressure frequently (at least every two weeks) & always before long journeys, not forgetting the spare tire!

 

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