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Why Is Filling Your Tires with Nitrogen Better?

Bud’s Auto Repair and Transmission are proud to offer nitrogen tire inflation services. If you’re like most people, you probably didn’t even know that you can fill your tires with nitrogen. In fact, nitrogen air in tires is growing in popularity in the automotive industry. Read on to learn more about the benefits of filling your tires with nitrogen.


The benefit of nitrogen air-filled tires is all in the science of it all. Nitrogen molecules are larger than regular air molecules, so it is more difficult for them to leak. As a result, your tires are able to retain the proper pressure better. 

  • Lower maintenance  - With the air in your tires leaking at a much slower rate, you can maintain a stable pressure over a longer period of time. Plus, nitrogen air can stay constant through extreme weather better. Considering that more than half of drivers don’t care to check their tire pressure regularly, nitrogen is the way to go if you want less maintenance.
  • Improves safety - Nitrogen air helps keep your tires properly inflated, which can reduce blowouts and tire damage. Plus, it can allow smooth vehicle handling so that you can quickly adapt to changing road conditions.
  • Boosts fuel efficiency - With air constantly leaking from tires, they can do a number on reducing your gas mileage. Therefore, filling your tires with nitrogen can improve your vehicle’s fuel mileage over time. 
  • Extend tire life - Tire wear is caused by the oxidation of the rubber. When using oxygen, it breaks down the material quicker over time. Nitrogen is more resistant to oxidation and likely to do less damage to the inner liners and rims. In the long run, you'll save money on tires.

Studies have shown that Nitrogen air-filled tires retain optimal pressure three to four times longer than “regular” air. If you care about protecting your investment and saving money, then tire pressure does matter. At Bud’s Auto Repair and Transmission, we can fill your tires with nitrogen air. If you have any questions or concerns, please give our repair specialists a call or visit soon.