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Tire Pressure Checks

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  • Woman punches roadside attacker, Glendale police say

     
    A 28-year-old woman told Glendale police that a man grabbed her from behind and pulled her hair after she pulled over to check her vehicle’s tire pressure, police said. The woman had stopped about 4:15 p.m. Saturday near the intersection......
  • Tips to Stay Safe on Fourth of July Road Trips

     
    OK, you've got your tire pressure and fluids checked, snacks and in-car diversions packed for the kids and your route programmed into the navigation system. You're ready for your Fourth of July holiday road trip, but beware ??? among the......
  • NHTSA: Hot, Underinflated Tires Are Dangerous

     
    When the asphalt heats up, so do your tires, and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is warning motorists that a temperature spike combined with underinflated tires is a dangerous recipe. According to the agency, tire failure causes...
  • How To Properly Check and Fill Tires

     
    While it may seem like a mundane task, inflating tires is much more crucial to your car than you may think, and it results in a safer and more economical experience on the road. Your vehicle's handling also will be......
  • AAA: Have a SAFETRIP This Summer

     
    With summer road-trip season at full throttle now, AAA is offering some travel tips to help ensure you have a SAFETRIP. The acronym reminds motorists of the essential tasks they should perform before they take a long trip, as 31......
  • Two new tires on front or rear: The debate continues

     
    In the Jan. 25 column, I concluded that tire experts must be correct in recommending that, if you install two new tires on a front-wheel-drive car while allowing two older tires to remain on the vehicle, the new rubber should go on the rear wheels, the...
  • Cut your car costs

    When gas prices fluttered around $4 a gallon, the grumbling of consumers could be heard far and wide. Now that it's back down below $2 for regular, the volume of complaints has lessened considerably. But gas is far from the only expense involved in...
  • Five money-saving things every South Florida driver should know

    Five money-saving things every South Florida driver should know
    The onset of summer is a good time to make sure your car is in good working order for safety and fuel-conservation purposes, and South Florida weather poses a special challenge for drivers. The regional heat and rain this time of year mean you have to...
  • Ten things your automaker isn't telling you

    Ten things your automaker isn't telling you
    You've done your research. You've test-driven the vehicles you're considering. You think you're a well-informed consumer, right? Well, there are things automakers necessarily aren't telling you, including doing away with a spare tire. But it's not...
  • Gas-Saving Moment of the Day: Yes, Really, Check Your Tires

     
    We don't like to get involved in political food fights, but the hash between John McCain and Barack Obama over checking your tire pressure has gotten fairly absurd, culminating in "Obama Energy Plan" tire gauges. As we recommended earlier, keeping......
  • Checking Tire Pressure Now Law in California

     
    Remember when presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama got into a tiff about tire pressure during the campaign? Unsurprisingly, it looks like California was on Obama???s side. Effective July 1, 2010, the state will require most auto-...