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FOUR easy screw on by hand tire valve stem caps. Just take off the old black plastic cap and screw these on. You get 4 rated at 36psi. The picture with 4 in the new sealed pack is the actual item you get.Better mileage, Longer tire life, Enhanced SafetyAs the pressure in your tires drops, the colored cylinder inside the dome of the Tire Signal slides to visually show you 3 color levels. When the color is all GREEN, tire pressure is at the proper level. When it shows YELLOW, you should add some air soon. If the indicator is RED, you should inflate your tire immediately to reduce the risk of severe failure.SAFETY!It is a primary concern of all vehicle owners and it is the strongest argument for the use of the TIRE SIGNAL. According to every vehicle manufacturer owner's manual, tire pressure should be checked on a monthly basis and prior to any extended road trip. NHTSA, the National Transportation Department Agency estimates that monitoring tire pressure could prevent over 10,000 injuries, and countless deaths each year. Don't be a statistic!Money Savings $$$Under-inflated tires wear out more quickly and cause more drag on the road, thus reducing valuable fuel economy. The TIRE SIGNAL will save you money by giving you a simple way to ensure proper tire pressure. Properly inflated tires will give you better gas mileage, a smoother ride and will make your tires last longer.Installing the Tire Signal is easy! Unscrew your existing tire valve stem caps and screw on the Tire Signal. That's all there is to it.If you don’t know the proper inflation air pressure for your tires, what do you do?Easy. Check at one of the following places on your vehicle:- In the vehicle owners manual. - On the vehicle’s door jamb. (Often, a vehicle information placard is located on the door jamb along with the recommended tire inflation pressure.) - Inside the fuel hatch filler flap. (In some vehicles.) - The glove compartment door. (In some vehicles.) But NOT on the tire. The inflation pressure shown on the tire sidewall is only the maximum tire inflation pressure. In most situations, the vehicle manufacturers recommended tire inflation pressure is shown on the vehicle placard.However, on some older vehicles, the recommended pressure listed by your vehicle’s manufacturer may be shown as two numbers: One for city speed driving and normal load and one for highway speeds and/or maximum capacity vehicle load. Be sure to inflate your tires to the recommended inflation pressure for each type of driving situation.S&H in the contiguous USA is $3.(insured shipping).Please see other interesting products by JohnGrit.
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