Why to Check Tire Pressure Yourself
Even though it's necessary today for all new cars to have a tire-pressure-monitoring-system it's still not working correctly in alerting drivers. A small light on the dashboard is not enough information to know when tire pressure is low, even a dramatic change of temperature can make your tire pressure gauge light up. In the end, most drivers end up ignoring their tire pressure lights and thus keep driving around with tires that are low on air. However, it's very important to not underestimate the value of having your tires properly filled before heading out on the road.