Experts agree that keeping the correct tire pressure in your tires is as important as getting a tune-up. The economic benefits may be even more important. With the right amount of pressure, your tires wear longer, save fuel, enhance handling and prevent accidents. Failure to maintain correct tire pressure can result in poor gas mileage, reduce tire life and affect vehicle handling. Tires lose pressure every day due to permeation. In cool weather. a tire can lose one or two pounds of air per month. In warm weather, it’s common for tires to lose air at an even higher rate. It is recommended that you check your tire pressure with every other gas fill up. De Hart Plumbing, serving Manhattan Kansas, Junction City Kansas and Wamego Kansas.
Share This Post
Explore mOre Blogs
Every gas furnace contains at least one heat exchanger. The heat exchanger is a series of metal coils in the furnace that are warmed by
In a gas furnace, gas is ignited by hot surface ignitors. When energy is fed through it, it behaves like the filament of a light