1 in 4 Cars has a Significantly Under-inflated Tire

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Department of Transportation track tire statistics and have found that many drivers are not paying close attention to their tires which can be an expensive and dangerous mistake.

You can stay safe by taking care of your tires.

Poor tire maintenance - not having enough air in your tires and failing to rotate your tires, among other maintenance requirements - can lead to a flat tire, blowout, or the tread coming off your tire. In 2017 (the latest year for available information), there were 738 fatalities in tire-related crashes.

You can save money by taking care of your tires.

Properly inflating your tires can save you as much as 11 cents per gallon on fuel, yet only 19 percent of consumers properly inflate their tires. That means four out of five consumers are wasting money because of underinflated tires!

Additional proper tire maintenance, such as rotation, balance, and alignment, can help your tires last longer, which will, in turn, save you money. In fact, properly inflated tires can extend the average life of a tire by 4,700 miles.

For more information on the care of your tires, please check out the video above. To schedule a service appointment online, please click here

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