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Warranty on Tires

Tire Pressure

Question
Where do I find the tire pressure for my tires?

Answer

Auto manufacturer's recommended tire pressure will be cited in the tire specifications section of your Owner's Manual. Additionally, the tire pressure is printed on a label within the glove compartment, or on a label affixed to the driver's side doorjamb, depending on your model. For U.S. specification vehicles, tire pressure should be read in psi (pounds per square inch).
Because auto manufacturer offers different sizes and types of tires that can be installed on some of its models, it is important to carefully identify the tires that are appropriate for your vehicle.

A tire will typically list on its sidewall the maximum psi and load. These figures are specific to the tire itself and represent the maximum allowed pressure. Thus, these figures thus may vary from car maker specifications. We recommend abiding by the tire pressure cited in the vehicle owner's manual or on either of the labels mentioned above.

 

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