How much air should you put in a passenger car tire?

Answer The recommended tire pressure for most passenger car tires is between 30 and 32 lbs. per square inch. Keeping your tires inflated to the proper level could improve your gas mileage by up to 3 perce... Read More »

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How Much Air Pressure Should Be in a Tire?

Bathroom sinks will develop a slow drain as debris becomes caught in the sink's drain system, partially cutting off the drain passageway so the water can no longer flow at its normal rate. By addre... Read More »

Passenger Car Tire Vs. SUV Tire?

There are two basic differences between passenger cars and SUVs. The first of which is a question of design: SUVs are constructed essentially the same way as passenger cars, except that they are g... Read More »

How much air should go in a Harley touring tire?

Harley Davidson touring motorcycles use Dunlop D402 tires. The required pressure in both the front and rear tires is 40 pounds per square inch (PSI). It is recommended that the tire pressure be che... Read More »

How Much Air Should You Put Into a Truck Tire?

Truck tires should be inflated to anywhere from 60 psi to 120 psi (pounds per square inch), depending on the size of the tire. Recommended psi is usually imprinted on the tire sidewall. Be sure to ... Read More »