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  1. Checking tyre pressures regularly helps to stay safe on the road & save you money By ensuring that your vehicle's tyres are inflated to their recommended tyre pressure levels, you could: • Extend the life of your tyres • Improve your vehicle safety • Maintain fuel efficiency Click this link to find the correct pressures for your car NOTE: ALWAYS CHECK THE PRESSURES WHEN THE TYRES ARE COLD ADDITIONAL TYRE CHECKS When you check the tyres pressures, you can see at a glance whether there are any issues with a tyre losing pressure, adjustments to the wheel alignment needed or even a fault in the vehicle suspension. The signs that something is wrong is seen as excessive wear on the inside, outside or centre of the tyre tread. You should then take the car to a garage for them to check the steering and suspension for wear or damage. v
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