Please note: In case a car’s TPMS has stopped working, it has to be replaced as repairs are unfortunately not possible.
What is the correct tyre pressure?
You will find the recommended tyre pressure for your vehicle in your car owner’s manual or on the so-called tyre placard. These you can usually find inside the glove box, on the driver’s side door pillar, or sometimes even under the bonnet.
On this sticker you can find information about the correct tyre size, correct tyre pressure for the front and rear tyres (under ordinary driving conditions).
On the sticker you may also find recommendations about tyre pressure in case of carrying heavy loads.
Our team will also be happy to give you advice in such cases and adjust your tyre’s air pressure accordingly.
When to opt for tyre pressure checks?
- You should ideally opt for professional tyre pressure checks once every two weeks.
- If you detect a drop in your vehicle’s fuel economy.
- In case you find it increasingly difficult to steer or manoeuvre your vehicle.
If the tyre pressure is not correct, you will detect a significant drop in your vehicle’s performance. To be on the safer side, we recommend you reach our garage during business hours for a quick tyre pressure check Lincoln.
Just come to our service station at Lincoln Fields Business Park, Whisby Road, Lincoln, LN6 3QW. Call us on 01522 437 900 for more information.