Keeping your tires properly inflated is very important, the tire pressure can lose up to 1 psi (psi-pounds per square inch) every month. If you do not keep your tires properly inflated then that can cause many more issues including flats, blow outs, and if not caught early enough it can misshape your wheels or rims if the tires do not have the proper inflation.
There’s a great way to check your tire pressure. You can purchase a tire gauge. The tire gauge will let you know what that the psi is for your tire at that point. You should check your tire pressure before you have driven, or wait at least 3 hours after you have driven to make sure that the tire is “cold” to get an accurate read. When you have your tire gauge you will want to insert the gauge into the valve stem which is in the rim/wheel of the tire. If you have an electronic reader the psi will show on the read-out, but if you don’t then you will see on the end of the gauge a piece that popped out with the psi levels written on it (sort of like a ruler). You may hear a sound of air escaping (“pssst”) but it shouldn’t affect the read very much unless you are pushing consistently onto the valve. Once you see what the psi is for the tire currently, you can check on the driver side door (where door and frame of car meet when door is closed) or in the owners manual and compare the two. If there is too much air let some of the air out by pushing on the valve stem a little to expel some of it, or if you need air, then you will need to add air til it reaches the proper psi number.
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