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Can I put nitrogen in the tires I have now?

How much nitrogen should I put in my tires?

Do I fill my tires to the psi listed on my tires or on my vehicle?

What if I get a flat or my tire has a leak?

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Whatís the best process for adding nitrogen to my tires?

Are tires covered under warranty by the manufacturer if they have nitrogen in them?

How does nitrogen affect my Tire Pressure Monitoring System?

Do I still need to check my tire pressure if I have nitrogen?

Will my tire pressure fluctuate while driving if I use nitrogen?

What are the effects of temperature change on my nitrogen filled tires?

Can I use nitrogen in the winter?

What if I'm driving in the mountains? What effect does altitude have on nitrogen?

Can nitrogen be used in motorcycle tires?

I already have 78% nitrogen in my tires. Why do I need more?

Why is nitrogen better than air?

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Where can I learn more about nitrogen inflation? Is there any scientific proof supporting it?

Is there any scientific support for the use of nitrogen in passenger and truck tires?

I check my tire pressure monthly. Will nitrogen provide any benefit to me?

Is nitrogen really a larger molecule than oxygen?


Can I use nitrogen in the winter?

Yes! Nitrogen's benefits hold true even in extreme winter temperatures: extended tire life, better pressure retention and thus increased fuel economy and improved handling.

Nitrogen responds to changes in ambient temperature in a similar manner to oxygen and thus it stands up to extreme cold temperatures and temperature fluctuations as well as regular compressed air, plus it provides for a more consistent tire pressure while driving.

You will still see pressure changes with nitrogen as the temperature rises and falls, so you will still need to add more pressure during fall and winter (as you would with air-filled tires). But overall nitrogen-filled tires will run cooler and at a more consistent pressure than those filled with air.

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