Make sure you know what the recommended PSI should be for your vehicle and then check the pressure weekly, so that it stays at this level. If the tyre pressure is too low, this causes more drag, which leads to higher fuel consumption.
This is hugely important for safety, you should always check the tread of the tyre and ensure it at least meets the minimum requirements. You should also look to see if your tyres are wearing evenly and, if not, get the tracking checked. Finally, check the tyres for any nails or other damage which could be causing you a slow puncture.
Clean Your Vehicle
You may think that washing your vehicle’s exterior and cleaning the inside, is purely for cosmetic purposes. However, this is far from the truth. Allowing pollen and dust to build up can block your air filter or damage electronics. So clean your vehicle weekly if possible.