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Most tires need between32 and 35 PSI of air. Proper air pressure is important for extending the life of your tire, getting better gas mileage, and maintaining traction on Stamford roads. Many gas stations have tire pumps so this is a pretty easy thing to take care of.
Tires vary widely and last anywhere from 3 to 6 years before the tire tread depth is too thin to drive safely. This is under the assumption that you primarily drive on normal roads (not gravel or under construction) for the average of 12,000 to 15,000 miles a year, and follow proper tire care.
An all-season car tire can cost anywhere between $50 and $200, depending on how premium the tire is. Buying tires as a set is usually a little cheaper, but it’s important not to put off tire replacement if your tire treads are too worn. Be sure to check your local parts and service coupons to save!
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