October 11, 2011, 11:50 am
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Most of the streets in my area are narrow, and if our car park is full, you have to park up on the curb. Most of the times when this happens, one of my tyres deflates considerably. Is this just a coincidence, or could the angle of the car be applying extra pressure on two of the wheels, thereby forcing air out?
[font="Calibri"][size="3"]Parking the vehicle at an angle will put more pressure on the side wall of the tyre,
[/size][/font][font="Calibri"][size="3"]Perhaps try filling the tyres with nitrogen instead of air; itís less likely to escape, as far as Iím aware BP do this service,
[/size][/font][font="Calibri"][size="3"]Other members may know of some place close to you.