Question: Why Fill Your Tires With Nitrogen . . .?
The Answer: Because Nitrogen will save you money and make
for a safer ride. . .
• Did you know that Nitrogen makes up 79% of the air
we breathe? It is a clean, dry, nonflammable, safe gas for
your tires. Bottom Line: It is a safe gas for your tires.
• Nitrogen does not permeate through the rubber tire
wall like the Oxygen (O2) in Air will, therefore tires maintain
pressure longer which improves fuel economy, increases tire
life, and helps to ensure safety. Bottom Line: Your tire will
maintain its proper tire pressure.
• Nitrogen reduces oxidation to tire rubber, also a
contributor to better tire wear, contributing to lengthening
tire life by up to 25%. Bottom Line: Your tire will last longer.
• Nitrogen reduces oxidation to tire rims normally
caused by oxygen in compressed air. Bottom Line: Your rims
will not corrode internally.
• Nitrogen filled tires do not fluctuate in temperature
like tires filled with standard compressed air, also contributing
to lengthening tire life by up to 25%. Bottom Line: Your tires
will last longer.
• Maintaining the pressure in your tires to the manufacturers
tire pressure specifications, improves fuel efficiency by
up to 4%. Bottom Line: At these gas prices, who can afford
not to try to increase fuel efficiency!!!
We've seen an average yearly savings of $225 for the average
customer. Savings calculations are based upon total miles
driven per year, tire replacement cost, current price of gas,
and your vehicle gas mileage. Want to know how much you can
save? Come on in and we'll tell ya.
The cost to inflate tires with Nitrogen ranges from $25 to
$35 per vehicle. A one-time fillup is $25 and a year round
service is $35. The year round service includes free refills
and top-offs for a year.
Who's Using It?
The aviation industry, race car circuit, industrial mining,
and military have been using Nitrogen to inflate their tires
for years. Now this technology is available to you. Nitrogen
is the proven choice for maintaining proper pressure in your
tires. With gas prices as high as they are today, why not
fill with Nitrogen and SAVE!