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How often should I check my vehicle’s tire pressure?
Toyota recommends checking the tire pressure at least once per month, as tires do seep a small amount of air. It is likely you will have to adjust the pressure regularly due to air permeation (seepage) and ambient air temperature fluctuation.
How do I know when my tires should be replaced?
TTires have built in treadwear indicators or wear bars that run perpendicular to tire tread. The wear bars are thin strips of rubber spread out every few inches. The tread level becomes even with the wear bar at approximately 2/32". When the tread level becomes even with the wear bar, it is most likely time to replace the tires. Depending on state laws and your driving habits, you may need to replace the tires sooner. Tires may also need to be replaced if they are physically damaged, showing abnormal wear or are unsuitable for driving conditions.
Why do I have to check the tire pressure when my vehicle is equipped with a Tire Pressure Monitoring System?
While the Tire Pressure Monitoring System will detect tire under-inflation once it reaches a certain threshold, the tires may be prematurely wearing in the meantime. Low tire pressure can result in decreased fuel economy and is the most common cause of tire wear. Toyota recommends checking the tire pressure at least once per month.
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