Most BMW tire pressure guidelines will tell you to keep your tires at around 32 PSI (pounds per square inch). If you want to be sure that you hit the right number, you can check your owner’s manual or use the sticker located on the inside edge of your driver’s door. With proper tire pressure, you’ll enjoy more peace of mind on all of your San Francisco-area drives.
Most new BMW vehicles come equipped with a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) that will alert you to any issues automatically. However, you should still know how to check tire pressure manually, in a pinch:
Don’t forget to check the pressure on your BMW spare tire, too! If your tire pressure monitor is going off as you drive around Redwood City and Burlingame, low air pressure in the spare may be to blame.
Your tires just might be the most important safety feature on your vehicle! Following proper BMW tire pressure guidelines will help you:
Tire pressure can have a major impact on your traction. Make sure to double-check yours before you take advantage of the BMW X3 towing capacity.
Are you just starting to build out your BMW tire care regimen? Here’s what else you should do on a daily basis:
Need help caring for your tires? Want an expert opinion? Schedule service at Peter Pan BMW today.
If you’re ready to start taking better care of your tires, count on the Peter Pan BMW team to have your back. We can also help you learn how to check your oil level. Chat online or call us at (650) 410-8502 to get the answers to any questions on your mind, and pick up anything you need at our San Mateo parts department! Be sure to explore our other BMW tips and tricks, like our guide to BMW X5 accessories or about the BMW warning lights.
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