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the importance of tire pressure monitoring when RVing

KNOW YOUR TIRE PRESSURE
Flat Tire
There is nothing worse than getting a slow leak or a flat tire on your towed vehicle and not knowing it. If your towed vehicle gets a blowout, serious damage can be done to the tire and wheel, especially if nothing is being reported.

HAVING THE RIGHT PRESSURE
Tire wear
It is important not to over or under inflate your tires. Too little tire tread can create dangerous driving conditions. When tires can’t grip the road, a driver may lose control of his or her vehicle. When roads are wet or snowy, tire tread depth is very important. Anytime precipitation gets between your tires and the road, you need the tread to cut through it and maintain as much contact with the road surface as possible.

HEAT EXPANSION & OVER INFLATION
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Tire air pressure increases as the temperature goes up. Also, as you drive down the road your tires are rubbing against the asphalt. This generates a fair amount of friction, and friction creates heat that makes your tires even hotter. Knowing that you have excessive air pressure will let you know if your tires are over inflated.

INCREASE YOUR FUEL ECONOMY
Fuel Economy
You can improve your gas mileage by 0.6% on average—up to 3% in some cases—by keeping your tires inflated to the proper pressure. Under inflated tires can lower gas mileage by about 0.2% for every 1 psi drop in the average pressure of all tires. Properly inflated tires are safer and last longer..

NOW YOU HAVE EYES ON YOUR INNER DUALLYS
Dually Tires
If you have dually tires on your pickup or motorhome, it is very difficult to tell when an inner dually tire is low or flat. This is because the outer dually tire is supporting the weight.

 

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