20 percent of UK driving on under-inflated tires
Unlike Bridgestone, Kwik-Fit mentions the under-inflated numbers in terms of possible tire failures like blowout or tread damage. But low pressure also leads to worse MPG, and therefore increased CO2 emissions. It's strange how some people will spend thousands on a hybrid system to increase their mileage, while others will let something as simple as tire pressure decrease their MPG. What I'd like to see is a survey from Kwik-Fit or Bridgestone or someone showing the number of underinflated tires sitting under hybrid vehicles. Anyone out there have information like that?
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