Most manufacturers recommend opting for a tyre pressure check every two weeks to be on the safer side.
Why choose Trade Price Tyres Creditline for tyre pressure checks?
You will find your vehicle’s recommended tyre pressure in the owner’s manual or tyre placard (it is usually present in the door jamb or the driver’s side door pillar.)
You can always use a tyre pressure gauge to check the pressure yourself. However, any wrong move with this seemingly straightforward tool can damage the tyres and rims beyond repair. Hence, we recommend you reach us for professional and safe tyre pressure checks.
- The experts at our facility will first check your car owner’s manual or tyre placard to determine the recommended pressure.
- They will then remove the air valve cap and insert the tyre pressure gauge carefully to take the reading.
In case the reading is too low, we will attach an air hose to the valve and inflate the unit to the recommended value.
Please note that overinflated tyres are as problematic as underinflated ones.
Most vehicles nowadays come with an in-built Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) that relays tyre pressure data in real-time. However, the TPMS sensors can get damaged due to a host of reasons. Hence, you should still opt for regular tyre pressure checks even if your automobile has TPMS.
Please call us on 01633 854 399 to know more.
Visit our facility at Unit 1, Albany Trading Estate, Crindau, Newport, NP20 5NQ, Wales for a free tyre pressure check Newport.