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Monitor Tire Pressure + Save Money

JACO Deluxe Tire Pressure Gauge

JACO Deluxe Tire Pressure Gauge is a great way to keep track of your tire pressure.  Discount Tire tells us that –

With the right amount of air pressure, your tires wear longer, save fuel, enhance handling, and prevent accidents. Failure to maintain the correct air pressure can result in poor gas mileage, reduce tire life, affect vehicle handling, and cause vehicle overloading.

I know that gas prices are falling lately, but wouldn’t it be nice to save a few dollars each month by simply keeping your tired property inflated?  It takes less than 30 seconds to take the cap off of your tire value, check the pressure, and replace the cap.  Two whole minutes to save on the cost of gas and tires.

The JACO Deluxe Tire Pressure Gauge is tested and calibrated to ANSI B40.1 international accuracy standards, which ensures you get a quick and accurate tire pressure reading, up to 100 PSI, without having to deal with batteries or digital issues.  The pressure gauge retains its pressure reading until the pressure reset button on the side of the metal neck is pushed to return it back to zero.

The rubber tire-designed gauge has a 360-degree swivel chuck, a pressure reset button, and an air bleeder valve to reduce the pressure an over-inflated tire.  By design, it’s protected from falls and shocks, but it’s small enough to keep it secured in your glove box or toolkit.

If you keep your tire pressure monitored, you will prevent problems from happening.  I recommend this gauge for new drivers as well as current drivers.  It’s a must-have item to keep in your toolkit to keep a regular check on your tire pressure.  To view the information directly on JACO’s page, click HERE.



I’m a product review blogger and I received this product in exchange for an honest review. This post contains affiliate links.


1 thought on “Monitor Tire Pressure + Save Money”

  1. I do know it is important to have your tires property inflated. This would be very useful to have. My car also shows a symbol when the tires need air.


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