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At Audi Cherry Hill, we hear a lot of customer concerns about tires. That’s why we’ve put together the top answers to the questions we hear regularly.

How Often Do I Need to Check the Air in My Audi Tires?

We recommend checking your Audi tire pressure at least once a month. Make sure you use an accurate gauge to get the reading. When you bring your vehicle to us for service, we also check your tire pressures.

How Much Air Should Be in My Audi Tires?

This depends on what Audi model you are driving. You can look in the owner’s manual or find the amount listed on the decal found on the driver’s doorjamb.

How Can I Get More Mileage Out of My Audi Tires?

Start by checking the tire pressure often. Additionally, you want to have the tires rotated and keep an eye on the wear. If you are having any trouble, bring the vehicle in for a service appointment.

When Should I Rotate the Audi Tires?

Most manufacturers recommend tire rotation between 5,000 and 7,000 miles. You can have this done with every oil change if you prefer.

Why Does Tire Tread Depth Matter?

Tread grooves are responsible for pushing water away from the vehicle. New tires tend to have a 10/32-inch of tread depth. When this begins to wear to half, you are at risk for hydroplaning. Plus, the tire tread depth must be optimal for secure footing in the snow. The deeper the tread goes, the better grip you receive.

What Do I Do When My Tire Pressure Light Comes On?

The Tire Pressure Monitoring System tells you when something is wrong with one of your tires. Check your tires with your gauge to determine if the air pressure is off. Otherwise, you want to bring your vehicle to Audi Cherry Hill for service.

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