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Are Your ‘Cold’ RV Tire Pressure Readings Really ‘Cold’? How to Prevent Artificially Inflated Readings.

You’ve probably heard of ‘cold’ tire pressure before.

Most people know that the only correct way to check tire pressure is when the tires are cold.

Related: How to Inflate Your RV Tires The Easy Way

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Since driving even a short distance will rapidly heat up the tires –  and increase the pressure inside of them – accurate readings can only be taken before you drive.

And since we all know how important tires are to our safety on the road, most of us are pretty meticulous about monitoring them.

But even if you’re diligent about checking your tires before every trip, it’s easy to accidentally run them under-pressure without ever realizing it.

If you check your tires before your first drive of the day, are you SURE the pressure readings are accurate?

Watch this short video to avoid making this mistake on your RV!


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