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Updated: 9:11 AM Jun 14, 2010
Rolling with nitrogen
Behold the power of nitrogen! That's what a local tire dealer wants you to do.
Posted: 9:11 AM Jun 14, 2010
Reporter: Joe Gagnon
Email Address: joe.gagnon@nbc11news.com
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  • by joe Location: gj on Jun 14, 2010 at 12:16 PM
    You can't just put nitrogen in and forget about it. Tire pressure will still fall off and either air or nitrogen will have to be added.
  • by Dan Location: Washington, DC on Jun 14, 2010 at 10:01 AM
    Whether you choose nitrogen or compressed air, the important thing is to check tire pressure every month. Either gas will result in helping to optimizing vehicle safety and gas mileage. Currently, aircraft tires, the Space Shuttle and racing vehicles use nitrogen due to the extreme temperature conditions of those activities that can affect tire pressure. Many tire dealers will provide free compressed air pressure service all year. Consumers should not feel that choosing compressed air will compromise tire performance or safety. Dan Zielinski Rubber Manufacturers Association www.rma.org
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