Inflation | New Orleans Auto Care

If your tires seem to be losing air, have the New Orleans auto care experts at Twin Tire check for leaks.

You're planning on heading to the home show this morning. But when you look at your car, your tires seem a bit low on air. That's not unusual recently, it seems as if they frequently need to be topped off with air to make sure they're not under-inflated. You're wondering if there's something you can do to help them maintain a proper inflation.

There is. You can have the New Orleans auto care and auto repair experts at Twin Tire Auto Care check to make sure there are no leaks around the valve stems or elsewhere. If so, you can get those repaired. Once that's done, or even if there are no problems with your tires, there's one other thing you can consider doing - inflate your tires with nitrogen.

"With nitrogen, your tire pressures will remain more constant, saving you a small amount in fuel and tire-maintenance costs. There will be less moisture inside your tires, meaning less corrosion on your wheels," according to Popular Mechanics. And, you won't feel any difference in handling or comfort unless, as Popular Mechanics says, "your tire pressures were seriously out of spec and changing to nitrogen brought them back to the proper numbers."

If you're unsure whether nitrogen inflation is for you, talk with Twin Tire's New Orleans auto care experts. They can help you decide what's best for you and your car. Twin Tire has been the trusted New Orleans auto care and auto repair service center since 1973. Twin Tire has three convenient New Orleans auto repair and auto care centers to serve you - Marrero, Harvey and Hammond. Twin Tire also has a New Orleans auto care service center in Harahan for heavy commercial vehicles.

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