If you want to improve vehicle safety, you can start by monitoring the air pressure in your tires. If you are wondering if there's an easy way to tell how much air pressure you need to put in your tires, you are not alone. Too much air pressure can lead to a bumpier ride, while not enough air pressure can reduce fuel economy—both can be dangerous.

Find the Tire Pounds Per Square Inch (PSI)

An easy way to find out how much air pressure you should put in your tires is by taking a look at your vehicle owner’s manual. You can also find a sticker inside the driver’s side door. On average, the recommended pressure can range between 30 and 35 pounds per square inch or PSI.

How Can I Check My Air Pressure?

Checking the air pressure won't take long, and there are a few ways to do it. First, you can use a pen-type pressure gauge to check the air pressure in your tires. In addition to these pen-type pressure gauges, there are also dial pressure gauges and digital pressure gauges.

If you need help checking the air pressure in your tires, we suggest bringing your Land Rover vehicle down to our service department near Norwell.

Visit Land Rover Hanover Near Weymouth For Tire Service

We encourage Hanover and Marshfield drivers to visit Land Rover Hanover for their air pressure and tire needs. Feel free to schedule your next service appointment online or by giving us a phone call.

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