Nitrogen Filled Tires

Nitrogen is a non-flammable, dry gas that keeps your tire properly inflated longer than "plain old air".

Nitrogen provides better maintenance of tire pressure which maximizes:
         Fuel Economy          Safety & Reliability
         Tire Life                   Handling
... and it's better for the environment!

Tire Pressure
Because of its larger molecular size, nitrogen migrates through a tire three to four times slower than oxygen. A tire filled with "plain old air" will lose 1.5 PSI in less than a month; with nitrogen, this could take three months or longer.
Fuel Economy
Proper tire pressure lessens rolling resistance and maximizes fuel efficiency.
Tire Life
Under-inflated tires wear quickly on the shoulders and over-inflated tires wear in the center. In addition, removing oxygen eliminates oxidation and condensation that can damage inner liners, stell belts and rims.

Safety & Reliability
Uner-inflated tires cause 90‰ of blowouts. Nitrogen provides more reliable pressure for reduced blowout potential.

Handling
Proper tire inflation ensures the recommended "contact patch" of your tire is on the road.

... and it's better for the environment!
Anything that improves fuel efficiency and reduces toxic emissions is good for the environment and nitrogen
in your tires will help.
Go ahead, "top it off!"
It's best to use nitrogen in your tires whenever possible, but if you run
into a situation where you can't get it, no problem. Go ahead and
"top off" your tires with air. When you get a chance, head back
to the dealer who inflated your tires with nitrogen for a refill.
Visit one of our stores that have nitrogen for your tires:
     All Wichita and Denver stores
     Andover
     Derby
     Garden City
     Hays
     Hutchinson
$164 a year in Fuel Savings
   15,000 miles per year
   20 mpg = 750 gallons
   $4 gallon = $3,000
   5.8‰ fuel savings = $164
$62 a year in Increased Tire Life
   Average tire $150 x 4
   Extends life 31‰ = $186
   Average tire lasts 3 years = $62
Increased Safety
   50-70 deaths and 10,000
   injuries occur each year due
   to under inflated tires