A  Revolutionary Approach To Tire Technology               

Nitrogen in tires is becoming a popular replacement for standard air. Nitrogen is all around us... the air we breathe is 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen and the rest is small amounts of other gases. When it comes to tire inflation, nitrogen has many advantages over oxygen. With nitrogen tire inflation, improvements can be noted in a vehicle's handling, fuel efficiency and tire life through better tire pressure retention, improved fuel economy and cooler running tire temperatures. Here at Crescent Service our goal is to provide consumers, over-the-road truckers, fleet managers and others information about the benefits of using nitrogen in tires.

With more consistent pressure, your tires won’t wear as fast. Theoretically, if everyone used nitrogen we could decrease the demand for tires. Manufacturing fewer tires would decrease pressure on natural resources used in the process, lower toxic emissions coming from manufacturing plants, decrease shipping of tires and…well, you get the idea.

When it comes to protecting the environment, every little bit helps. You can pitch in by using nitrogen in your tires.


Driving on underinflated tires? If you are, it’s like driving your car through sand!
The engine has to work harder, burning more fuel and adding wear to engine components.  It’s also dangerous. Almost all tire blowouts are caused by underinflated tires. Tires lose 1-2 PSI every month!. That’s 6 PSI low by the time you have your oil changed!   

Environmentally Friendly....

You can make our world a better, safer place by filling your tires with nitrogen. It sounds trite, but it’s true.  Nitrogen in tires maintains proper pressure, keeps the recommended “contact patch” on the road longer and reduces rolling resistance. That translates to better fuel economy and fewer toxic emissions into our atmosphere.  But that’s not all.

One Solution: Check your tire pressure every month






A Better Solution: 
Use nitrogen (N2) to increase your tire pressure retention, fuel economy, tire life and safety.      







But don't just take our word for it. Look at the test results performed by 
a variety of groups, from private studies to research labs. They all agree that nitrogen tire inflation reaps benefits. 

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