It is important to maintain proper tire pressure. When the tires are inflated correctly, you can enjoy a more stable and faster ride. Another big bonus? It can help you avoid flattening.
The under inflated tire will leave less cushion between the rim and the road surface, which means that when you encounter bumps, you are more likely to feel the tire air leakage, which is caused by the inner tire being clamped between the wheel rim and the hard road surface. Low pressure will also increase the possibility of the tire picking up sharp fragments and tire blowout. This happens when sharp objects (such as interior decorative nails, drywall screws or pieces of Pinot Grigio bottles) pierce the tire and inner tube.