Recommended Tire Pressure

Goodyear recommends that tires be inflated to the vehicle manufacturer's recommendations as found on the Vehicle Tire Information Door Placard or the Vehicle's owners manual. The placard can be located on the door edge, doorpost, glove box, or fuel door. The recommended PSI should not be confused with the maximum cold inflation pressure that the tire is rated to hold, which is found on the sidewall.

Proper Tire Inflation

Proper inflation pressure is necessary for optimum tire performance, safety, and fuel economy. To maintain proper inflation, check your tire pressure when they are cool, with an accurate tire pressure gauge monthly.

To avoid injury, never attempt to reinflate a tire that has been run on while severely underinflated. Progressive air loss may result from punctures, cuts, curbing, impacts, or partial bead unseating. These components should be replaced when problems are detected and whenever tires are replaced.

Maintain Recommended Inflation Level

Maintaining proper tire inflation pressure is the single most important things you can do to promote tire durability and prolong tread life.

  •   Underinflated tires are the leading cause of tire failure and may result in severe cracking or component separation.
  •   Tire over-inflation increases stiffness, which may deteriorate ride and generate unwanted vibration.

Why tire air pressure is important:

  • Underinflation increases treadwear on the outer edges, and generates excessive heat, which can age tires faster
  • Fuel economy is reduced as rolling resistance increases — soft tires make your vehicle work harder
  • Too much air pressure causes the center tread to carry most of the car's weight, leading to faster deterioration and uneven wear

To find the proper air pressure for your tires, look in your vehicle's owner's manual, on the sticker on the driver's side doorjamb, or in the glove box.