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Tyre pressure measurement
edited 22 September 2022 at 8:53PM in Motoring
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BTW don't rely on Google for tyre pressure info. You need to check Toyota's specifications (do you have a manual?) and also determine what size of tyres you actually have. And the15" in your example is the diameter of the wheel rim, not the radius of the tyre.
Have a look!
The current driving test requires a higher level of familiarity than that:
Even if you are not concerned with passing the driving test, it is good to try to get someone to show you these items on your own car so that you know if you ever need to. It might just one day mean you can continue with a journey more quickly and more safely than needing to wait for the breakdown service to assist. You should, in any case, be making these check with greater frequency than at every service and that will help ensure the reliability and safety of the vehicle on the road.
She doesn't know how to, she said, I explained that she is a teacher and she can learn.
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