Question:

I was driving my car when suddenly my TPMS light turned on. It looks like there’s a problem with my tire pressure, but I am pretty sure I put the right amount of air in my tires just recently.  What should I do?

 

Answer:

Normally during hot weather periods, tire pressure will increase. It may be such an increase that triggered your TPMS warning light. You can certainly check your tire pressure at most gas stations. Alternatively, you can bring your car to our shop for a safety inspection, which is free of charge for Topline customers. During this inspection, we will also check your car fluids, tire alignment, oil, and other safety precautions that can affect your car during the summer season when we often drive our cars even more due to road trips. Call us and schedule your free safety inspection appointment today at (650) 558-8999.