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1. Make sure to check your air brakes regularly. Inspect the air lines, hoses, and other components for any signs of wear or damage.

2. Always check the air pressure in your air brakes before you start driving. The pressure should be between 90 and 120 psi.

3. Make sure to use the proper air pressure when applying the brakes. Too much pressure can cause the brakes to lock up, while too little pressure can cause them to slip.

4. When parking your truck, always set the parking brakes. This will help prevent the truck from rolling away.

5. When driving, always use the brakes gently. Hard braking can cause the brakes to lock up and cause an accident.

6. If you experience any problems with your air brakes, have them checked by a qualified mechanic as soon as possible.

7. Make sure to follow all applicable laws and regulations regarding the use of air brakes.