Thanks for the question, Alexander!  With today's tire designs and low profiles it is always best to use an air pressure gauge.  The new Run Flat tires make it extremely difficult to tell if the air pressure is correct or not.  A tip if you want to check the air pressure yourself, most cars post the correct air pressure in the drivers door jam on a sticker.  Sometimes the front and rear tires have a different recommended air pressure, so be sure to pay close attention.

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