Yokohama tires are designed to drive you into the future. But if they happen to be over- or under-inflated, they could wear down more quickly and impact gas mileage. Tire pressure should be checked at least once a month when the tire is cold and set to the manufacturer’s recommendation. This maximum air pressure can be found on the placard inside of the driver's side car door or your owner’s manual.
Proper inflation doesn’t just protect your Yokohamas from wear, it also helps maximize gas mileage. If they’re underinflated, the vehicle uses more fuel and ultimately results in higher fuel costs.
Checking your tire pressure is one of the easiest things you can do to ensure your tires, last longer, are more fuel efficient and provide the best grip. Here’s how:
With just a little bit of care, your tires can go a long way.