Why Does This Keep Happening to Me?

Have you ever stepped in your car, turned on the ignition, and wondered why in the world your tire pressure light is on again? If so, you are not alone. Having the right pressure in your tires is essential for safe driving and good gas mileage, but is there a reason why it illuminates when you obviously do not have a flat?

Tire pressure monitoring systems measure air pressure. An under-inflated tire can cause it to blow out at high speeds. Temperature changes, punctures, and other factors can cause your gauge to illuminate. The last thing you want to do is ignore these warnings. If the temperature has changed dramatically overnight, keep a close eye on your tire pressure light for several hours.

If your light does not go off on its own, consider reaching out to Alfa Romeo of Oakville to schedule an appointment to pinpoint the issue causing tire-pressure monitoring system illumination.