There are "compelling" reasons to use nitrogen rather than air for tire inflation.
With the year's big holiday season starting, you're focusing on events like tomorrow night's Canal Street Lighting Ceremony and on getting the perfect turkey for Thursday's feast. But it's also a good time of year to pay attention to auto care as many of us will be heading on the road to visit friends and family for the festivities.
If nothing else, you need to check the condition of your tires. Nothing is worse than sitting by the side of a crowded road waiting and waiting and waiting for someone to come help you change a tire or tow you to a local tire store. That really puts a damper on the fun. So it's wise to swing by one of Twin Tire and Auto Care's three convenient locations (Marrero, Harvey or Hammond) to have your tires and your car checked out before you head out onto the road. Or even if you're sticking around town
While you're at Twin Tire, you should ask about nitrogen inflation - using nitrogen to pump up your tires rather than air. Popularmechanics.com points out several "compelling" advantages to nitrogen inflation over air inflation: "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."
Better yet, Twin Tire has a special on nitrogen inflation: $39,95 for five tires. That's $20 less than the usual price. But the special is only good on Saturdays. It's all part of our "Super Saturdays," with several specials that run through Jan. 30. They're to celebrate the fact that all three Twin offices are now open on Saturdays.
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