Free Air Near Me in Colorado

There are 144 locations in 63 cities in Colorado offering free air pumps for your tires. In 33 spots, you can access free air for bicycles only, and 111 businesses provide free air for cars and bikes.

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Is Air for Tires Free in Colorado?

We've discovered 144 locations in Colorado offering free compressed air for tires. Additionally, we have 1077 gas stations with air pumps in our database awaiting verification by our users. Unfortunately, gas stations in Colorado aren't legally required to provide free air.

I'd like to extend a special thank you to all users from Colorado who have dedicated their time to mapping and verifying these locations. Your efforts are greatly appreciated! Thank you!
- Tom (Chief Editor)

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Is Air Free at Gas Stations in Colorado?

There are 83 gas stations offering free air for your tires:

Do you know any other locations in Colorado (e.g. gas stations, bicycle shops, tire stores, convenience stores) that provide free air pumps for either cars, bicycles, or trucks? That's great! Click the button below and let us know.

We review all submissions and add our own on a weekly basis. The next planned update of free air pumps in Colorado is on June 03, 2024.

Is It Legal for Gas Stations to Charge for Air in Colorado?

According to the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), there is no law in Colorado that requires gas stations to supply free tire air. It's worth noting that not every gas station in Colorado offers free tire air. Some gas stations may charge a fee to use their air pumps, but others may not provide this service at all. Most tire stores, auto repair shops, and bike shops, on the other hand, offer free air.

What Cities in Colorado Have Locations with Free Air Pumps?

Below is an alphabetical list of all cities in Colorado where our users have already mapped businesses offering free air for your tires:

AAurora (2)
BBailey (1), Berthoud (2), Boulder (9), Brighton (2), Broomfield (1)
CCarbondale (1), Centennial (1), Colorado Springs (7), Commerce City (1), Conifer (1), Craig (3)
DDacono (1), De Beque (1), Denver (12), Downieville-Lawson-Dumont (1), Durango (1)
EEagle (1), Erie (1), Estes Park (2), Evans (2), Evergreen (1)
FFort Collins (21), Fountain (2)
GGlenwood Springs (2), Granby (1), Grand Junction (2), Greeley (10), Gypsum (1)
HHayden (1)
IIdaho Springs (3)
JJohnstown (1)
KKremmling (1)
LLafayette (1), Lakewood (1), Leadville (2), Littleton (1), Lone Tree (1), Longmont (3), Loveland (3)
MMeeker (1), Monument (1)
NNew Castle (1), Northglenn (2)
PParachute (2), Parker (2), Pueblo (2)
RRangely (1), Rifle (4)
SSilt (1), Silverthorne (1), Silverton (1), South Fork (1), Steamboat Springs (2), Sterling (2), Stratton (1)
TThornton (2), Timnath (1)
WWellington (1), Westminster (1), Wheat Ridge (1), Windsor (1)
YYampa (1)

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