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Typically, plain air. Nitrogen is used in high-performance racing tires and in large aircraft tires.
that's because the tires of a vehicle is rubber, and it can expand.
Depends on the vehicle and type of tire.
There are no 'types' of air. Air is all just air. - Some people do use nitrogen in tires - that is not air.
The tires air pressure is checked every morning, before operating the vehicle. This standard procedure is part of the daily vehicle inspection. If a vehicle is hauling hazardous materials, the tires must be checked each time the vehicle is parked, and before continuing the trip. It must be checked for every trip thoroughly, and have an exact checkup for every 200 miles.
It depends on the tire type and the load of the vehicle. Tire pressure is the amount of air in a tire that inflates the tire to the maker's specifications. For specific tire pressure on a specific vehicle, please look at the sidewall area, as most tires display the recommended pressure according to maximum load.
An air-cushion vehicle is an alternative name for a hovercraft.
The max air pressure is usually printed on the sidewall of all tires. The vehicle will have a different recommended tire pressure, look for a label on the driver door jamb. The same pressure spec is used in all seasons.
No, you don't have to. Air is air, no such thing as summer or winter air just check and maintain the proper air pressure required for your vehicle.
Rubber is capable of supporting the weight of the vehicle because it is able to contain air. Car tires have tubes that are filled with air pressure and these can sustain the weight of a truck.
Air or nitrogen is used to inflate tires
Normally from overloading the vehicle or running the tire low of air, or both.
Air jacks are helpful if you have a need to lift the vehicle up off the ground. Many people will do this if they want to work on the car or on the tires.