For tyre pressures, What is 250 kpa in psi?

250 KPA is equivalent to 36 PSI.

Tyre pressure is the air inside a tyre is what creates pressure. Less air means less pressure. Over time, the air escapes, which is why you have to top it up.

There are two common units of pressure: pounds per square inch (or PSI) and bar. Both are often quoted together and your car’s handbook will show you what pressure your tyres should be inflated to. There may also be a sticker on the car (perhaps near the fuel filler or inside the door) that reminds you.

You’ll find air pressures are given for various loadings (two occupants, four occupants or four occupants and luggage). The front tyres are often at a higher pressure than the rears.

Maintaining the correct tyre pressure will help to extend the life of your tyres, improve vehicle safety and maintain fuel efficiency. Enter your vehicle number plate and will find the tyre pressure for your vehicle.

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