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Tire pressure

Tire pressureFor many motorists, the tire pressure is not the most important parameter, which is not necessarily to be followed. Improper tire pressure can result in severe damage. In the case of lower pressure, the tire forms a larger contact patch with the road, which slightly improves the car’s traction with the road surface. Thus, the vehicle is more stable on the road, but this leads to greater fuel consumption and strong overheating tires.

 

Not the best effects are expected for pumping over of the tire. If the tire pressure is increased, the contact area becomes much smaller. After all, as smaller the contact area, so less grip, and it is fraught with the loss of control. Driving at high speed is highly undesirable, because it will be not easy to cope with the management of such a vehicle.

Each car has its own parameters of pressure in the tires and they are set by the model manufacturer, based on the structural features and operating modes. It is desirable to check once every two weeks, to identify quickly the discrepancy.

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