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To ensure the longevity of car tyres and for optimum driving safety and handling, it is imperative that tyre pressure is as per the recommended pressure levels. Low tyre pressure impacts braking distances as well as delivers less steering response and poor handling.

Therefore, to enjoy optimal performance as well as guarantee safety while driving, you must check your car tyre pressure regularly.

You can visit Pit Stop Auto Centre for a free tyre pressure check Congleton. Just drop by at our facility during working hours. You needn’t book any prior appointment for this.

    Find the recommended tyre pressure

    If you are unsure about the right tyre pressure for your vehicle, there is a lot of ways you can find it. Every new car comes with a manual or handbook or tyre placard that contains all necessary information regarding the vehicle.

    Also, depending on vehicle model, you can find the recommended tyre pressure label stamped on the doorpost, inside the glove box or inside the fuel cap.

    The label contains tyre pressure information regarding the front, rear as well as the spare units.

    In case you have misplaced the handbook or the placard, do not worry and drive down to our garage for safe and free tyre inflation checks Congleton.

    Causes of incorrect tyre pressure

    Usually, car tyres lose nearly 1-3 psi of pressure every month. Other than that, tyre pressure loss can happen due to a number of reasons. These may include

  • Faulty valves
  • Minor puncture or cuts in the tyre
  • Damaged wheel rim, etc.
  • Importance of correct tyre pressure

    Tyre pressures are measured in pounds per square inch (PSI) or bars. With a correctly inflated tyre, you can be benefited in a number of ways, like:

  • Improved fuel efficiency
  • Increased safety
  • Enhanced traction
  • Ride comfort, performance etc.
  • Ways to maintain the tyre pressure level

  • Opting for a tyre pressure check at a professional garage every two weeks
  • Check for any damage.
  • Check if the tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS) is working properly and do not ignore if the TMPS warning light starts blinking on your car dashboard.
  • Visit our car facility any time during business hours for a free tyre pressure check Congleton.

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