Keeping the right tire pressure on your ride will help you get better gas mileage, better braking, and longer wear. A study conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration found that people driving with underinflated tires are three times more likely to get into car crashes related to tire problems. Maintaining correct tire pressure is not simply a good idea, it could potentially save your life. Every motorist must know that improper tire pressure will lead to early tire deformation or even flat spots. Therefore, the next time you plan on going for a ride take 5 minutes and check the air pressure and adjust according to the manufacturer’s suggestions.