Prepare your car for the summer
Many owners make the mistake of checking the pressure after driving around. Since air pressure builds up due to friction with the road it’s advised to get them checked as soon as you head out, while they're still cold. Ideally, don't drive for more than 2-3 km before filling air and in the morning when the temperatures are relatively low.
An under-inflated tyre bulges outward and puts undo pressure on the sidewalls of the tyre. With enough heat and pressure, that tyre eventually will blow. Not an ideal situation when doing highway runs.