Tire Michelin, who states that vehicles whose air pressure is not within normal values, cannot achieve the desired performance in bends, brakes and fuel consumption, underlines the importance of checking tire air pressure at least once a day.
Pointing out that the control and adjustment of the required air pressure is a very simple process, Michelin points out that the measurement can be made at the air pressure station at each fuel station and this process will make a positive contribution to both fuel consumption and vehicle performance.
Tire wears rapidly, fuel consumption increases
According to Michelin; tire pressure is a condition that varies according to the weight of the vehicle, the balance of weight and, most importantly, the size of the tire. Low air pressure increases the risk of tire puncture and increases the risk of accidents for the driver. At the same time, the bases of the overpressure tires and the tread on the shoulder of the low-pressure tires wear out quickly. If the tire is not at the correct air pressure, the tire overheats and fuel consumption increases.