BILLINGS, Mont. — If you don’t now, odds are that you will the next time you purchase a new car, truck or RV. It’s the dashboard warning symbol for low-tire pressure, and vehicles sold after 2008 are required to have it.
On its tiresafety.com website, tire manufacturer Bridgestone noted that only 1 out of 7 drivers (about 15 percent) correctly tests their vehicle’s tire pressure every month—compared to the nearly 75 percent of drivers who will wash their cars. And yet tire pressure is an important component of vehicle safety and operation.
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