TIRE NITROFILL SERVICE
Nitrofill Tire Inflation
Filling your tires with nitrogen instead of air improves their durability, reliability, longevity, and performance. It also makes tire pressure more consistent and improves your vehicle’s gas mileage. Here’s how…
- Because nitrogen molecules are larger than oxygen molecules, nitrogen doesn’t leak out of tires as quickly as oxygen does. This means that your tires don’t run the risks associated with under inflation.
- Under-inflated tires get fewer miles per gallon of gasoline. Because air loses pressure at a faster rate than nitrogen does, nitrogen-filled tires have less rolling resistance, which results in greater fuel efficiency.
- The presence of water in a tire increases tire pressure. When moisture in a tire is heated—which happens when you drive—this liquid becomes a gas that swells and increases tire pressure. When tires are filled with nitrogen, they don’t hold in humidity.
- A consistent level of inflation prevents wear on your tires, which helps them last longer.
- Keeping your tires at the proper level of inflation prevents blowouts, which can be the result of under-inflation.
- A lack of oxygen protects against wheel rot, which occurs when water gets caught inside a tire. The absence of oxidation, water, and rust make rot less likely.