PenFed’s Dalton Heath started working on vehicles with his dad as a kid. Now, he likes to do it all on his own car, from oil changes to replacing brake pads, and more. Here are some tips from Dalton about checking tire pressure.
How to Check Tire Pressure
Today, we’re going to check the air pressure in your tire. It’s always smart to keep an air pressure gauge in the glove box of your car.
Unscrew the valve stem cap and apply the gauge to check the tire pressure.
If you need to add air to your tire you can find the correct pressure on most vehicles on the inside of the door.
If you need to correct your air pressure you can stop at any place that has an air pump.
My name is Dalton Heath and I’m the product coordinator for automotive lending at PenFed Credit Union.