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It is necessary to drop in for a regular tyre pressure check Hatfield Peverel, Witham to receive maximum vehicle control. Experts suggest opting for a tyre pressure check every fortnight or at least once a month. This not only helps to extend your car tyres’ service life but also enhances the fuel efficiency of your vehicle.
Note: All car tyres lose air pressure of up to 3psi in usual driving conditions.
Europit Tyres is a reputable car tyre workshop for a free tyre pressure check Witham. Our skilled technicians use modern pressure gauges and other equipment to inflate or deflate car tyres according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. They are technically adept at working on all vehicle makes and models to help us extend our services to a broader customer base.
What are the causes of tyre pressure loss?
- TPMS valve leaks
- Incomplete tyre puncture repair
- Adverse driving conditions
- Age of the tyres, etc.
When is it necessary to opt for a tyre pressure check?
- If you notice an increase in braking distance or increased rolling resistance, compromising your vehicle’s fuel efficiency
- Affected road-tyre contact reduces traction and vehicle control significantly
- There is also a loss in cornering precision along with vehicle handling manoeuvrability
- Uneven tyre wear across either side of the tyre
Car tyres without accurate pressure are unable to optimally resist heat build-up, resulting in blowouts, jeopardising your on-road driving safety.
UK Government’s guidelines dictate that it is compulsory for all vehicles manufactured after 2014 to come with in-built TPMS (Tyre Pressure Monitoring System). This helps track tyre pressure continually. If there are discrepancies in tyre pressure exceeding 25% of the manufacturer recommendations, these TPMS sensors will send a signal to the central unit of your vehicle. This, in turn, illuminates the TPMS warning light on your car’s dashboard.
Searching for a reliable “tyre pressure check Witham”?
The majority of modern car manufacturers recommend tyre pressure between 30 psi and 35 psi.
What do our experts do?
Our experts will first check the owner's manual or look for the tyre placard, usually found in the door jambs or glove compartment. We will then adhere to the recommended tyre pressure levels and inflate or deflate your vehicle’s tyres accordingly.
Visit Europit Tyres at Hatfield Peverel, Chelmsford, CM3 2EQ, for a prompt and accurate tyre pressure check Hatfield Peverel, Witham.
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