It makes a difference, especially in wet weather, where you put your two new tires. Watch the video above, so you will know what to do with your tired tires.

From the Driver’s Seat

Driver 2368 Gee Ganzorig w New Truck 002Cold Weather and Your Tire Pressure

In 1787, French physicist Jacques Alexandre Cesar Charles concluded if the pressure of a gas remains constant, the volume of the gas will increase as the temperature increases and conversely the volume will decrease as temperatures decrease.  In other words V1/T1 = V2/T2…or in other words swings in temperatures can play havoc with your tire pressure.  The volume of air will expand or contract as temperatures rise and fall.  For every 10-degree change in temperatures, the tire pressure will change +/- 1-2 psi.

For safety’s sake, check your tire pressure as the temperatures fluctuate.