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Check Your Tire Pressure During The Season To Be Jolly
The season to be jolly is once again just around the corner. It is the time for giving gifts. It is the time for family and friends. It is the time for good home-cooked food. It is the time for Christmas trees and wonderful lights. It is the time to share your smiles. It is the time for Santa Claus. It is a time merely to be just happy. And it is also a time for cool weather so much so that it is important that we do check everything else that could be affected by such a change in climate.
One thing we should first be aware of is that we should be able to do check our tires’ pressure. The change in weather – from hot and humid to cool and crisp – would sure do take its effects on your tires. And your tires may not seem to have changed but the air inside them does feel the cold. Other parts of your vehicle like your Volvo 240 parts may not suffer at all, but your tires sure do.
In line with this, the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers has just launched a new kind of campaign that informs consumers about safety. This new campaign is focused mostly on consumer safety and the essence of having to maintain the right kind of tire pressure during the cold season.
By launching an interactive site, the alliance does believe that they could provide people and consumers information on tire pressure. They have tests where visitors could check their knowledge and in the process, they could also learn more about all other aspects of tire pressure. With this, Fred Webber does share: “Cooler fall temperatures are here and the holiday driving season is around the corner. Our goal is to urge the driving public to check their vehicle’s tire pressure at least once a month and before going on long driving tips. Vehicles are being equipped with Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems and we want to educate the driving public about what these new symbols mean in their vehicles and why maintaining proper tire pressure is important.”
About the Author: Kenneth McKinley is a 35-year old marketing specialist of voparts.com, a leading Volvo parts dealer in the country today. Working in the car parts industry for a long time now and being a car enthusiast himself gives him a wealth of knowledge on anything automotive.