The Dangers of Too Little Tire Pressure

If a tire doesn't have enough air in it, it runs the risk of going flat. The flatter a tire is, the more surface area that is exposed to the road or any other surface a vehicle travels on. This could create additional friction, which may result in the tire becoming too hot to function properly.

Even if the tire doesn't rip or go completely flat, it may wear faster than it is supposed to. This could result in a driver spending more money on tires than necessary. Poor tires may also cause damage to the vehicle's axles and other components. Those repairs could cost hundreds or thousands of dollars to complete.

Therefore, it is a good idea to always check tire pressure prior to leaving for your next destination. Additionally, you can go to the service center at Macdonald Motors Bridgton - Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram to have tires replaced at your earliest convenience.

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