We are supposed to be getting anywhere between 2-6″ of cold wet snow tomorrow morning. If you have a LAND ROVER LR3 or newer RANGE ROVER, turn your “Terrain Response” dial on your center console to the “mud snow gravel” setting. This will optimize your Land Rover’s onboard systems to provide you with the safest performance on these snow covered roads. Remember, just because you have the best4x4xfar you need to keep control and drive safely for the road conditions. Stay Safe!
Because you should check your tire pressure regularly! Underinflated tires produce more drag and heat – making it more difficult to ride smoothly. This increases fuel consumption and tire wear. You have alot riding on your tires – like your safety – so you should properly take care of them! Measure your tire pressure every other time you fill up with fuel and you should be ok. Usually you can find the correct tire psi listed on a label on the driver’s door jamp and in your owner’s manual.
I know for a fact that my wife’s Land Rover LR3 gets about 18 miles a gallon on the highway, but if the tire psi gets low the fuel economy drops to about 14 miles a gallon. That is a huge waste of fuel. I have a customer with a Jaguar V8 who runs 34psi in all four tires. The ride is a bit stiffer, but he claims to be getting 25 mpg on average.