# Dangers of Over Inflating Tires

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• 11-15-2012 06:33 PM
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• 11-19-2012 05:25 AM
wtf is up with all the
wtf is up with all the comments advertising websites? Only like 2 or 3 of all the comments are actually about the actual article. I read that higher psi reduces the risk of hydroplaning. If you have a thinner tire, it can cut through the water better than a flatter wider tire with much more area to trap water under. When you skip a rock on water, you look for a flat wide rock, not a round thin rock. Your logic there doesn't make sense. Have you tested your statements in any way, or are you just speaking from what you think?
• 11-19-2012 05:31 AM
This is what I read on
This is what I read on tirerack.com:

An overinflated tire is stiff and unyielding and the size of its footprint in contact with the road is reduced. If a vehicle's tires are overinflated by 6 psi, they could be damaged more easily when running over potholes or debris in the road. Higher inflated tires cannot isolate road irregularities well, causing them to ride harsher. However, higher inflation pressures usually provide an improvement in steering response and cornering stability up to a point. This is why participants who use street tires in autocrosses, track events and road races run higher than normal inflation pressures. The pressure must be checked with a quality air gauge as the inflation pressure cannot be accurately estimated through visual inspection.

So according to them, higher pressure to a point, results in improved steering response and cornering stability. Engineers only speak from book knowledge, mathematical formulas, and calculations, but what people need is knowledge from experience. Show me two cars side by side, one with higher inflation, one with lower, one with manufacturer recommended, go up to the same speed and stop, see which stops sooner, make a big puddle, see which hydroplanes easier, etc. Real life examples, not theories and concepts.
• 11-22-2012 12:56 PM
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• 12-03-2012 07:02 AM
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• 12-19-2012 10:43 AM