Jaguar Low Tire Pressure can cause Fish-Tailing.

Tire pressure may seem like a mundane issue, but due to the very heavy weight of our Jaguars, low tire pressure can cause a severe handling problem. Low pressure can cause your car to fish-tail and behave in an unstable manner. Yes, this is dangerous! Maintaining the proper pressure in your tires is important!

The correct tire pressure will make your tires last longer, saves gas, and the car handles better.Pressure should be checked every few months and always be checked when tires are cold. Your drivers handbook and the VIN plate on your car will give you the correct pressure to set each tire at.

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