Keep your tyres in good condition by maintaining the correct pressure

Tyre inflation and tyre pressure

Correctly inflated tyres are key to guaranteeing your safety, and also to maximising tyre life. In this guide we tell you how to find the recommended tyre pressures for your vehicle and how to adapt them depending on the road and weather conditions. You will also find information about the different types of tyre valve and the pressure sensor, as well as the advantages of nitrogen inflation.

Winter tyre pressure

What is the correct pressure for your tyres in winter?

Did you know that the outside temperature affects the pressure in your tyres? Discover what adjustments you should make to your tyre pressure in the winter in order to keep your tyres correctly inflated.

Regularly check your tyre pressure for safe driving

Tyre pressure: when and how to put air in your tyres?

You have no doubt noticed that your tyres deflate slightly with use. This is perfectly normal, tyres are not 100% airtight and naturally let out some air which is why you need to check the pressure regularly. Maintaining the correct pressure for your tyres is not only vital for your safety, it also helps to prevent premature wearing of your tyres and improve their energy efficiency. In fact, most tyre damage is the result of incorrect pressure. Find out how to properly manage your tyre pressures, when and how much to inflate each tyre.

Nitrogen inflation

Nitrogen or air inflation: what should you choose for your tyres?

Most tyre retailers and fitting centres offer the possibility of inflating your tyres with nitrogen. This gas has long b...

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Tyre pressure, tread depth, spare wheel: the three things to check before a long car journey

Getting ready for a long car journey? Don't forget to check your tyres: after all, they’re the only point of contact between your car and the road! Here's our checklist of everything you need to consider to set off with total peace of mind...

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