Tire Air Pressure - 11 Mart 2020

Since a tire naturally loses pressure, its pressure needs to be adjusted periodically; this control will allow any abnormal pressure loss to be detected.

This check must be carried out on all tires of the vehicle.

Tires working with low air pressure will rise in heat and cause damage to all layers that operate. This damage is irreversible damage and can cause the tire to burst with sudden discharge of air. Low air pressure damages occur in the tire for a certain period of time, and the damage may continue even if the air pressure is completed.
Low air pressure also greatly increases the risk of slipping on wet ground and aquaplaning.
High air increases the sensitivity of the tire to the tread in the center of the tread quickly and irregularly, as well as to brittle and ruptures as a result of hardening of the rubber.
The tires increase during use. Due to the increase in pressure with the temperature, the air of a hot tire should never be evacuated.
When pressure is controlled while hot, the pressure must be readjusted according to the manufacturer's instructions. If the tire pressure is controlled hot, add 4 psi to the recommended pressure.
When using your vehicle, comply with the air pressure values ​​recommended by your vehicle manufacturer.

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