What is the PSI for Bridgestone tires?

What is the PSI for Bridgestone tires?

Bridgestone Driveguard tire comes in 34 sizes with maximum tire inflation of 44 psi to 51 psi.

What PSI should my car Tyres be?

Typically, passenger cars have tyres that run at 30-33psi or 2.0-2.2bar, but please do check your own tyres to ensure you’re getting the right pressure.

How do I find out my tyre pressure?

How do I check my tyre pressure?

  1. Check the tyre placard – usually inside one of the front door openings – or the owner’s manual for the correct tyre pressures for your car.
  2. Unscrew the cap on the air valve of your tyre.
  3. Push your tyre pressure gauge firmly onto the tyre valve.
  4. Look at the pressure reading on the gauge.

Should front tyres have higher pressure?

Tyre pressures are normally higher in the front than the rear, to compensate for the extra weight of the engine and transmission, especially on front-wheel-drive cars. If you have a full complement of passengers and luggage, car makers often recommend pumping up the rear tyres to compensate.

What’s the maximum speed a Bridgestone tyre can go?

The letter indicating the maximum speed at which the tyre can carry a load corresponding to its Load Index. Bridgestone Driveguard and Run-Flat tyres let you keep on driving for 50 miles at up to 50 mph, in the event of a sudden loss of air pressure, as determined by vehicle test and/or ISO tests.* Continue driving for 50 miles at up to 50 mph*.

What should the pressure be on my car tyre?

Generally, this should be the recommended manufacturer pressure you found in step one. However, if you’ve recently driven your car more than 2km, and your tyres are hot, we’d recommend increasing the pressure by 20-50 kPA. Unscrew the valve cap from your tyre.

What does PSI stand for on a car tyre?

Vehicle manufacturers specify PSI – literally “pounds per square inch” of pressure – assuming tyres are cold. Tyres are considered cold when the vehicle has been parked for three hours or more, or if the vehicle has been driven less than 1.6 km at moderate speed. PSI is the unit your pressure gauge uses to provide readings.

Where can I get a tyre pressure gauge?

You can buy a portable air compressor from an auto parts store, but we recommend you simply pop into a petrol station – air compressors there are usually free, and most can automatically fill your tyre to a chosen pressure. For the best results, you’ll also need a tyre pressure gauge.