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The staff at Porsche Cherry Hill works hard to help you stay safe. To answer your top questions, we’ve put together a list of what we commonly hear from customers regarding the tires on your Porsche.

How Often Should I Check the Tire Pressures on My Porsche?

At a minimum, you should check your Porsche tire pressures monthly. Make sure you invest in a high-quality tire pressure gauge for an accurate reading. We also check the tire pressures every time you bring your Porsche for service.

How Much Air Should Be in My Porsche Tires?

The pressure depends on what Porsche model you are driving. You can find the appropriate amounts by looking at the driver’s door jamb or referencing the owner’s manual.

How Do I Make the Porsche Tires Last Longer?

Most importantly, you want the tires to be properly inflated. Furthermore, you should get regular tire rotations and keep your eye out for abnormal tread wear. If you notice something strange, schedule a service appointment.

How Often Should I Rotate the Porsche Tires?

The majority of tire manufacturers agree that rotation should occur every 5,000 to 7,000 miles. To make things easier, we can do the tire rotation with each oil change.

What is Tire Tread Depth?

Tread grooves are responsible for pushing water away from the tires. When you get new Porsche tires, the tread depth measures about 10/32-inch. When this reaches the halfway point, you might start to notice more trouble with hydroplaning. It also becomes more difficult to drive in snow. To get an optimal ride and superior grip, you want deep tire tread.

What Do I Do When the Tire Pressure Light Is On?

The TPMS alerts you if something is off with the tire pressures. You can start by checking the pressures and inflating the affected tire. If you have further difficulties, you want to make an appointment with the technicians at Porsche Cherry Hill.

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