Underinflated tires are bad for your car and your wallet. A New Orleans auto care expert can help keep your tires inflated and save you money.
As New Orleans' temperatures drop, you may notice that your tires are looking a little flabby. Kind of like some of the air has gone out of them. That's probably true - some of the air has escaped. But what's also true is that, as temperatures drop, the air contracts and doesn't fill up your tires the way it was doing in the heat of summer. It's probably time to drop by Twin Tire Auto Care to get your tire pressure checked.
If you find the pressure has dropped, you might want to think about filling your tires with nitrogen rather than compressed air. According to nitrofill.com, plain air contains oxygen which can form water and rot tires and rust your valve stem. Air also has smaller molucules than nitrogen, so it can escape through the rubber's pores and cause underinflated tires. Underinflated tires wear out faster and use more gas. But nitrogen inflation keeps tires at their proper pressure longer, which saves money and increases safety. That means you can head off to the New Orleans Folk Magic Festival without having to worry about the condition of your tires.
Twin Tire has been the trusted New Orleans auto care and auto repair center since it opened in 1973. Twin Tire has three convenient New Orleans auto care and auto repair service centers: Marrero, Hammond and Harvey. Twin Tire also has a location in Harahan to service heavy commercial vehicles.
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