If you are looking to purchase a new set of tires, or are simply refilling your current ones, now is a great time to switch from traditional air-filled tires to tires filled with nitrogen, using our nitrogen tire inflation Raleigh.
Whether you are interested in higher-efficiency fuel consumption or increased tire longevity, or are simply looking for a smoother ride, count on the professional staff at Murray’s Tire & Auto Service in Raleigh. Putting nitrogen in tires reduces overall fuel and tire replacement costs for your vehicle.
Traditional tire inflation using compressed air can create a number of problems for drivers, including reduced tire life due to under inflation and loss of air over time. Car, truck and SUV drivers in the Raleigh, NC area can fight these problems with nitrogen-filled tires, and they will even find some improvements to their ride, such as:
It is estimated that 90% of tire related accidents are caused by underinflated tires. Nitrogen gas consists of molecules significantly larger than air. Filling tires with nitrogen greatly decreases, and can even halt permeation from the tire’s rubber – leaving you with tires that remain perfectly inflated for months.
High purity nitrogen-filled tires provide a “dry and clean” ride due to lowered tire condensation which can lead to tire corrosion and rust on your vehicle. Tires filled with nitrogen show obvious improvements in your vehicle, including better braking and improved steering.
The U.S. Department of Energy reports eight million gallons of gas are lost daily due to low tire pressure. Taking advantage of nitrogen gas in your tires slows gas migration through rubber from 1 to 3psi a month to less than 2psi lost over a six-month span.
If you are ready to start experiencing the benefits of nitrogen-inflated tires today, call Murray’s Tire & Auto Service. Customers in Raleigh, NC and surrounding locations trust us as the premier auto service company for a variety of services, including brake repairs, wheel alignment and more.
- Consistent and constant pressure in the tires keeps the tires on the ground, resulting in better fuel efficiency
- Longer tire life without the oxidation caused from oxygen
- Increased safety and less blowouts from under-inflated tires
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