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of the vehicle, the manufacturer's recommended tire pressures are
normally printed on a small plate attached to the vehicle. This is
usually found in one of two locations: on the driver's door or on the
body on the driver's side. The plates are normally installed below the
latch on the door or on the frame, in a location that is not visible
when the door is closed. If you open the door and look along the rear
edge of the door or along the narrow section of the body that is hidden
by the door, you should find such a plate. The recommended tire
pressures are also included in the owner's manual and are molded into
the tire's sidewalls. Unless the tires have been selected for a special
purpose, in which case they will have their own specific guidelines,
use the tire pressures printed on the plate or in the owner's manual.
There is not a lot of variation in the tire pressure between different automobiles, although some trucks and SUVs use lower tire pressures for off-road operation. The typical automobile uses a tire pressure between 30 and 32 psi on all four tires.
Maintaining the correct tire pressure is important. The vehicle's handling and safety will be adversely affected if the tire pressure is too low. Tire wear is also affected by incorrect tire pressures, both too low and too high.
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