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Toyota Corolla: Higher tyre pressures

Asked by Anthony

Re using the tyre pressure placard rather than the tyre dealer's recommendation. My daughter is about to do a defensive driving course and they insist the tyre pressure should be 40psi so what are your thoughts? They don't even know which car she will be driving, which is a 2011 Toyota Corolla.

Answered by CarsGuide

22 Jun 2015 Paul Gover

Higher pressures are used for such courses because she will be doing extreme exercises and the higher pressures mean better grip while minimising tyre wear.

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