One of the messages had to do with someone's tires not getting hot after a long drive. They attributed this to the "pure" nitrogen in their tires. I pointed out that this has never been a problem for me, and I live in Florida (where it is known to be rather hot in the summer).Commando said:Interesting. I don't think mine came with Nitrogen, I'll have to check. I live near D.C. does having Nitrogen make a difference in my regional area? Is it more advantageous in southern areas? (I saw the reference to Florida in one of the posts).
What are the advantages of having Pure Nitrogen in the tires?