We recently put new tires on the car.
Yes, I know. We drive it too much.
But besides that and on a similar line, we also discovered that our daughter’s back left tire was low. I could have taken it to the shop, but it was late in the day. I also could have gone it to a convenience store and aired it up, but I did not have the keys. So, I did what any cycling dad would do.
I pumped up her tire.
I would think other dads (or moms) have done likewise.
The tire was noticeably low when I started and the pressure gauge showed under five pounds at first. The front left was down also by about twenty pounds, so I did that one. We checked them the next day and they were still up. I had originally thought of using a CO2 cartridge, but picked manual labor instead.
I was quite pleased with the result. Maybe she needs her own pump for Christmas!