Tire Questions - Why do you use nitrogen to inflate your tires?

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Why do you use nitrogen to inflate your tires?
Nitrogen reduces the oxygen, water vapor and other gases inside your tire, which allows your tire to maintain the proper air pressure longer. Additional nitrogen has benefits of increased fuel mileage, longer tire life and longer rim life.

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