If your tire pressure seems low or your warning light comes on, you should head to the gas station and do a quick PSI check with the tire pressure gauge. Your correct PSI is labeled on the tire, or you can find it in the vehicle owner's manual. If your tire pressure is low and causing problems, you may be driving in unsafe conditions.

Newer cars have tire pressure warning lights that will alert you when the tire pressure drops below a certain amount. If there is any tire damage, you may get the warning light again and need to check your tires with a professional. In most cases, you can repair tires with a patch. However, if the damage is very severe, you may need a new tire.

For the best rates and prompt service, why not go to Lithia Ford Lincoln of Boise? You can get a diagnostic, patch a tire, or select a new tire from a vast inventory of different models and prices.



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