Hey Guys, this is Bonnet King and today I am going to tell you about Improve Your Vehicle Safety by Extending the Life of Your Car Tyre.
Tyres can rapidly happen to underinflated if you don’t verify them regularly. Under inflated tyres will have rough contact with the road and will exhibit too much wear on the inside and outside ends of the tread if they are left underinflated for some time. Furthermore, if putting excessively air in your tyres can be very soon as harmful and costly. Over inflated tyres will have a lesser contact patch, which can bring about a loss of grip and worse braking distances.
Maintaining the accurate tyre pressure will facilitate to make longer the life of your tyres and get better vehicle safety by ensuring that your vehicle’s tyres are inflated to their recommended tyre pressure levels.
Get a trusted tyre pressure gauge- Tyre pressure is measured by calculating the amount of air that has been impelled into the inside layer of tyre in pounds per square inch (PSI) or BAR pressure. Tyres have been recognized to lose up to 1 PSI every month. So buy a trusted tyre pressure gauge and ensure all tyres, as well as your spare, once in a month or before going for a long drive.
Ensure the tyres “cold” – When your tyres are cold always check the tyre pressure, before you’ve driven or else at least three hours after you’ve driven. Put in tyre pressure gauge into the valve stem on tyre. If you are using a digital tyre gauge like the one pictured, the gauge should start reading the air pressure instantly. Refer to your vehicle instruction manual for the proper handling instructions.
Evaluate the measured PSI- Compare the measured PSI to the PSI originate on the sticker contained by the driver’s door of your vehicle or in owner’s handbook. Don’t measure up to the PSI on your tyre’s sidewall. If your PSI is over the number, allow air out until it go with the number, if lower add air until it matches the proper number.
The manufacturer of your vehicle will suggest the suitable tyre pressure for your front and rear tyres, and it is your job as the driver to check that the pressure is checked and corrected on a usual basis. I advise doing this every two weeks to ensure best possible tyre pressure. More air is usually lost in warm climate; therefore more regular checks are required when temperatures go up.