David Wooderson thought it was all about his muscle under the hood. Clint Bruno, however, knew that what he could really use was a set of tires. You see, tires can make or break a good driving experience. To take that a step further, you also need to be aware of what's going on with your tire pressure.
Monitoring your tire pressure is an important piece of the car ownership and maintenance puzzle. Your tires will lose air over time and they'll also respond with increased or decreased pressure based on the temperature. Modern cars have tire pressure monitoring systems, but there are also solutions for vehicles not equipped with such setups.
Engineering Explaineddives into all of this in its latest video. Prepare your brain though, because it involves a lot of formulas, math, and even utilizing the Kelvin scale for measuring temperature. Don't worry though, as usual the host does a great job of breaking it all down.
Also, the video highlights a neat looking tool from Steelmate. It's a tire pressure monitoring system that can be adapted for use on any vehicle. Mounting wireless pressure senders on each valve stem relays current pressure information to an adapter which plugs into the cigarette lighter in the cabin.