What Can Cause Your Tire Pressure Light to Illuminate?

 The tire pressure mounting system in your car is designed to keep you informed about your tire’s air pressure. It’s an important component because, as much as we should, drivers don’t always check the air pressure until it’s too late and we have a flat tire. The tire pressure mounting system does the work for us. Your tires should have a certain amount of air pressure based on the car. The tire pressure light will illuminate if the tires are underinflated or overinflated. The light may come on early in the morning but will go back to normal in a few moments. Extreme temperatures can also cause pressure to fluctuate. If you’re pretty certain your tires are in good shape despite your tire pressure mounting system telling you otherwise, visit a trusted mechanic and let them check over the system and your tires.