When the weather gets colder outside, this affects our vehicles and their performance. Air pressure in tires can affect steering, handling, gas mileage, and the life of the tires themselves. When the weather gets cold, tire pressure drops between one and two pounds per square inch (PSI) for every 10-degree decrease in temperature.
Make a commitment to check your tire pressure this week. You can find your vehicle's ideal PSI written on the driver’s side door jamb and in the owner’s manual, or watch this helpful video.