We all know how to change a tire, but there is one maintenance that must be performed to ensure longevity and reliability. Modern cars have tire pressure gauges that simplify the checking procedure, so you need to make sure your tires stay at the manufacturer’s recommended PSI. Low tire pressure is not always a bad sign. It may just be an indication that it’s cold outside and the temperature is affecting the air density in your tires.
Whether you’re an everyday driver or an off-road machine, keep an eye on your tires on the go, Mary Singler writes for Gear Patrol.