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#DidYouKnow 660 fatalities and 33,000 injuries occur every year as a result of a crash due to under-inflated tires.

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Driving in wet, rainy conditions is just as dangerous as driving in winter weather, but does not receive the same level of caution. When driving in wet conditions, make sure to: have two hands on the wheel, slow down when turning, don’t make any sudden steering wheel movements, and increase following distances from other cars. As always, ensure you have the proper tread on your tires to gain traction. #TuesdayTips
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Driving habits that cause the greatest wear on tires are aggressive starting, hard braking, cornering, riding the brake, and swerving back and forth.
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Here are some helpful #tips for keeping your tires in top-shape:
1. Inflate tires to the recommended level that is outlined in the vehicle owner’s manual.
2. Buy a good tire gauge so tire pressure can be checked easily.
3. Common punctures cause tires to lose air, so if one tire needs to be inflated often, then there might be a slow leak. Have the tire checked by a service professional.
4. Check inflation pressure when tires have sat for a long period of time, or when cold.
5. Tires will lose 1 psi per month, so make sure to check them monthly.
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With the temperature rising this summer, the last thing you’re probably worried about is your tires. However, hot weather increases heat build-up and weakens the tire, leading to potential blowouts. Remember to properly inflate your tires because under-inflated tires generate more heat and increase wear.
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You can improve your gas mileage by an average 0.6%—up to 3% in some cases—by keeping your tires inflated to the proper pressure. Under-inflated tires can lower gas mileage by about 0.2% for every 1 psi drop in the average pressure of all tires. Properly inflated tires are safer and last longer, saving you money. #InflateToSave #Tires
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Summer is upon us - which means...road trips! You may be ready for some fun in the sun, but are your tires?

The scorching pavement temperatures of the road may be a challenge for poorly maintained tires. Ensure only good memories this summer by making sure you vehicle is road trip ready!
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According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, proper tire inflation is paramount to the overall safety of your vehicle.
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National Tire Safety Week is a Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA) initiative to inform motorists of the dangers that can arise from improper tire inflation.

When one tire is under-inflated, it causes an imbalance with its neighbor. This means when the axle rotates it inflicts excess wear on the tire and is at risk for premature failure.
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