what's new in: Tire inflation

Feb. 1, 2006
It's not surprisingly that with the cost of fuel and oil reaching crisis levels, the issue of proper tire inflation has come to the forefront of the industry. First of all, since tires are oil-based, every time a tire is destroyed, more oil must be used to produce a new one. Secondly, running under inflated tires-especially on the trailing vehicle increases rolling resistance, resulting in poorer

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