Checking tire pressure is something that many drivers forget to do, however this simple task can increase gas mileage and prevent dangerous driving situations. Tire pressure is determined with a pressure gauge and is measured in pounds per square inch. Determining the correct pressure for your tires depends on your car; the correct measurement can usually be found in the owner’s manual or on a door. If the air pressure in tires is off, it can affect braking, gas mileage and other safety features of your vehicle. It’s best to check your tire pressure every time there is a change of season as hot and cold weather can affect tires greatly. So keep you and your passengers safe on the road by checking your tire pressure frequently.
How Selling Your Old Car Can Help Others Realize their Dreams
To you, your old car probably represents a combination of nostalgia and pain. You’ve driven to the office for work, and you’ve driven it to the Grand Canyon on vacation. It’s stayed with you through thick and thin . . . and racked up the repair costs to prove it!
Parting with a car is like parting with an old friend. But by bringing your car in to North Shore Auto Wrecking, you’ll know that your car is helping a fellow auto lover to achieve their dream of reconstructing a classic . . . or their dream of finding parts to keep their current car running!
Either way, selling your junked car to a family-owned Chicago auto recycling facility will leave you feeling good that you are helping other gearheads, and great that you found a place that will appreciate your old car as much as you did.