In addition to the battery, the electric car's driving power also has its tires. The tires provide the most basic guarantee for its driving. If there is a problem with the tires, the electric car will not be able to drive. Therefore, when inflating the tires of an electric vehicle, it is necessary to pay attention to the position.
If the tire pressure of the electric vehicle is too low, the sidewall will be excessively flexed, resulting in excessive heating of the tire, causing the carcass to slack, the strength to drop, degumming or even destruction. At the same time, the grounding area of the tire is increased, and the wear of the shoulder portion is accelerated. If one of the twins is out of gas, driving will also cause most of the vehicle's load to concentrate on the other tire and cause serious overload. If the tire pressure is too high, the tire cord will be stretched excessively and severely broken. Moreover, the grounding area of the tire will be reduced, and the load per unit area of the tire will be increased, resulting in faster wear of the crown portion and easy occurrence of crown blasting.
Properly inflate the electric vehicle tires to achieve the desired level of driving while extending the life of the tires. Excessive or insufficient inflation, in addition to threatening safety, can also cause uneven wear, making your driving more unstable and more susceptible to damage due to overheating. Insufficient inflation can increase battery drain. Therefore, the user checks the air pressure at least once a month with a barometer and checks the pressure inside the tire while the tire is cooling.