Keeping the correct air pressure in your tires will extend their life, improve vehicle safety, and help you save on gas. Not enough air pressure can cause premature wear and too much air pressure can alter your tires. That's why it's important to understand how much air you should put in your tires.

Find the Tire Pounds Per Square Inch (PSI)

If you are wondering how much air pressure to put in your tires, you are not alone. You can find this information inside your vehicle owner’s manual. There is also a sticker located on the driver-side door jamb behind the seat that will explain PSI. Typically, the recommended air pressure can be between 32 and 35 PSI, depending on your car.

How Can I Check My Air Pressure?

Checking the air pressure yourself is easy. For starters, you can use a pen-type pressure gauge to check tire air pressure. In addition to these pen-type pressure gauges, you can also use dial pressure gauges and digital pressure gauges.

If you would like one of our technicians to check the air pressure in your tires, you will want to bring your Mercedes-Benz sedan or SUV to our service department as soon as possible.

Visit Mercedes-Benz of Hanover Near Plymouth For Tire Service & Repairs

Braintree and Plymouth drivers can trust Mercedes-Benz of Hanover for tire service and other repairs. You can set up your next service appointment by using our online scheduler or by giving us a call. We look forward to hearing from you!

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