Understanding Tire Pressure

Your tires help you to gain traction on the road below you. As you drive in Great Falls, your tire pressure will change periodically. As the temperatures rise and drop, so will your PSI. The PSI or pounds per square inch need to be monitored so that you can make sure that there is the recommended amount of are in the tires at all times.

You can check on the PSI reading of your tires at any time with the use of an air gauge. Additionally, you may have a tire pressure monitoring system in the car that will tell you details. If the PSI is too high, you run the risk of getting a hole in your tire. If the PSI is too low, you may be at risk of getting, being unable to come to a complete stop, or being unable to handle your car around turns.

Our service center at Lithia Subaru of Great Falls can check on your tire pressure and get it to the level it needs to be.

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