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Tips for Taking Care of Your Tires

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The pressure is on: Do you know the proper pounds per square inch, or psi, to which you tires should be inflated? No? Well, do you know where to find it? If you said “on the tire wall,” you really should check out our advice on proper tire maintenance. Cars of today have few problems compared with those of yesteryear, but something as mundane as proper inflation can affect stopping distances, ride and handling, fuel economy and other vital functions. Follow the link below for tire-care tips so you can tread confidently — and safely — on your way.

Tire Maintenance

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Former Assistant Managing Editor-News Matt Schmitz is a veteran Chicago journalist indulging his curiosity for all things auto while helping to inform car shoppers. Email Matt Schmitz

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