Low Pressure | New Orleans Auto Care

If your tires seem chronically low on air and there's nothing wrong with them, try nitrogen inflation at Twin Tire, the New Orleans auto care center of choice.

You had to make a slight detour to get air in your tires before you could drive to the stables to go horseback riding today. This isn't the first time you've had to make that detour. Recently, it seems as if your tires always need air.

That could be a sign that you have a leak or other problem with your tires. It's wise to have the certified New Orleans auto repair technicians at Twin Tire Auto Care take a look to see what's happening. But, if everything's okay (or after repairs are made), you might want to try nitrogen inflation rather than compressed air. The Michelin tire company explains:

"Most tires are filled with compressed air. But some tire retailers have started to put nitrogen into their customers’ tires. (Nitrogen is simply dry air with the oxygen removed. Air contains nearly 79 percent nitrogen already.) Because nitrogen replaces oxygen, less air can escape your tires, and your inflation pressure stays higher longer."

Now's a good time to try nitrogen inflation if you've never used it. Twin Tire has a discount coupon for nitrogen inflation of up to five tires. (Some restrictions apply.) And if you need tire repair or new tires, you'll be at the right place. Twin Tire has been the trusted New Orleans auto care center since 1973. Twin Tire carries all brands, makes, sizes and style of tire to suit any driving need or vehicle. Twin Tire has three conveniently located New Orleans auto care and auto repair shops to serve you - Marrero, Hammond and Harvey. Twin Tire also has a New Orleans auto care shop in Harahan to service heavy commercial vehicles.

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  Twin Tire and Auto Care is a proud provider of Firestone Tires | Bridgestone Tires | Goodyear Tires for the New Orleans area.

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