You car’s tyre are almost flat, without air and you’re in need to fill it with airs. So head on to then nearest petrol station to get some free air, yes, there’s actually thing you can still get for free. For now. And oh yes, car with insufficient air in their car literally causes your car to use more petrol to move (less air = heavy car). So, to save your car from fuel comsumption, it’s better to check once a while.
Here’s how a typical ‘modern’ air-pump looks like. Angin means WIND in Bahasa Melayu literally.
Here’s the pressure you’ll normally use for your car, generally for cars we drive, and you’ll have to refer to the chart provided below for other type of car, eg. Vans, Jeeps…and so on. 200-210 is alright.
Make sure it fits properly else you’ll face some problem of the pump not working correctly. As you insert the pump’s head correctly, you’ll have hearing noise from the machine *ting ting ting ting*, and it will start to calculate the current pressure of your tyre, and slowly increasing until it reaches the one that you set. (210 refer above).
Once you have reach the limit, the screen would blink and the machine will alert you to remove the pin from the tyre’s head. Repeat the process until you feel that all of your tyres has sufficient air to move around.