Find out the correct tyre pressure instantly
Maintaining the correct tyre pressure is an important part of car maintenance. Incorrect tyre pressure can cause problems such as poor fuel efficiency, reduced traction, and even a blowout. Within this article, we are going to explain what the correct tyre pressure should be for your vehicle and why it's vitally important that your tyres are inflated to the correct levels to ensure maximum levels of safety, as well as a number of cost benefits.
So what should your tyre pressure be? There are a number of different ways to find out the correct tyre pressures for your vehicle. You can check your manufacturer's handbook, or alternatively, if you do not have your handbook to hand, you can find out the tyre pressure instantly online via the National Tyres website. Using the correct pressure listed for your specific vehicle is important, as using the wrong pressure can cause problems.
Instantly find the correct tyre pressure
To find out the correct tyre pressure for your vehicle, please click on the green button below. From this link, you will be prompted to enter your vehicle registration number. It is important to note that our tyre pressure lookup is provided courtesy of HaynesPro and the DVLA. Please be aware that this is an advisory guide only and the results may differ slightly from those printed in your vehicle handbook, especially if your vehicle's tyres differ from the original fitment.
It is important to check your tyre pressure regularly, as it can change due to temperature fluctuations and other factors. It is a good idea to check your tyre pressure at least once a month, and before long trips. You can check your tyre pressures by using a tyre pressure gauge, at your local petrol station or by purchasing a tyre inflator. This is a handy way to check your tyre pressure at your home or work, especially if you keep the tyre inflator in your car boot at all times.
How to use a tyre pressure gauge?
Simply remove the valve cap from the tyre, press the tyre pressure gauge onto the valve stem, and read the pressure on the gauge. If the tyre pressure is too low, add air until it reaches the recommended level. If it is too high, release some air until it reaches the correct level. If you are using a tyre inflator, again this is a very similar process.
Checking Tyre Pressure
If you are unsure or do not want to check your own tyre pressure, then do not worry, we are here to help. At your local National branch, we are available to carry out tyre checks for FREE. To book a free tyre check to have your tyre pressures check, as well as the general condition of the tyre, please click on the link below.
In conclusion, maintaining the correct tyre pressure is essential for the safety and efficiency of your vehicle. Make sure to check your tyre pressure regularly and inflate to the recommended level.