Reasons to Monitor Your Tire Pressure Indicator

Many people assume that when their tire pressure warning light comes on, this just means that they need to put a little bit of air inside of their tires when they get a chance. In fact, a tire pressure warning will only come on when the pressure inside one or more of your tires falls below twenty-five percent of the recommended pressure amount. This is a significant amount that can make a big difference in the overall safety of your vehicle.

There are a number of other concerns that could cause your tire pressure warning light to come on. You could have a slow leak that if you don't take care of it, it could cause your tire to go flat. You could get stranded on the side of the road waiting for a tow truck and a set of new tires for your vehicle. If your warning light goes on and you're not sure why, it's a good idea to give us here at Cassill Motors Inc a call so we can help.