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No matter where or how you drive, you’re going to need to maintain your car to keep it running safely and efficiently.

There’s a lot riding on your tires– quite literally; they are the only part of your vehicle that should be in contact with the road.

Tires are one of the main components responsible for a vehicle's safety and drivability.

Tire pressure helps to maintain good traction, support, and control of your vehicle.

The tires are extremely important parts of your vehicle and should always be properly maintained.

Your tires go through a lot of abuse on the road in order for your ride to be smooth, quiet, comfortable, and safe.

Tire maintenance is part of responsible vehicle ownership and maintenance.

Everyone wants to get the best possible gas mileage.

The Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) alerts you when the tire pressure is too low.

Keeping an eye on your tire pressure is vital.

The tire pressure gauge is a sensor that reads the tire pressure of all four tires of a vehicle.

Your car is one of your most valuable possessions.

It’s easy to take the air pressure in your tires for granted.

Tires are the foundation on which your car or truck rests.

It is a common misconception that overinflating your tires will provide more responsive handling and greater fuel efficiency.

Have you ever looked at your tires in the parking lot and wondered if one was lower than the others? Did you brush that thought off, thinking it must be your imagination or the way the car is sitting? You might be right but how do you know for sure? If you're being honest, odds are that you don’t check your own tire pressure.

Highway driving can mean different things to different people.

The most neglected safety device your car is equipped with is your spare tire.

At some point in your driving career you may walk up to your vehicle and notice the ominous glint of a nail head in the tread of your tire.

You’ve equipped your car with a brand new set of tires, replacing the old set of worn out rubber.