Has your tire pressure recently dropped? You could be driving in unsafe conditions. Tire pressure can change due to weather, tire damage, missing valve caps, and a variety of other issues. The only way to tell the effect is by re-filling your tires to see if that fixes the issue and then resetting your tire pressure monitor. However, if you notice that the tire continuously goes flat, then you may have another issue.

Tire damage can cause your tire pressure to drop quickly, but depending on the type of damage, you can easily get the tire patched if it's not a deep cut to the tread. Otherwise, you may be looking for new tire replacement.

You should never wait to fix an ailing tire. It can only lead to tire blowouts and rim damage. Looking for help with your tires now? Why not go to Lebanon Ford and talk to the professionals? You can get your tires fixed quickly.



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