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In the event that your TPMS light comes on, do not panic. Your vehicle is just letting you know that one or more of your tires needs to be inspected. Remember that your TPMS system is not a replacement for regularly checking your tire pressure. Also, if you have a vehicle with a spare tire, you should check the inflation of that tire every time that you check your other tires. While some TPMS systems monitor the condition of the spare, many do not. Check your owner’s manual for information about your spare tire, including the proper inflation level.
Remember that proper tire maintenance is vitally important for tire performance and longevity. It affects fuel economy as well as the safety of the driver and passengers in the vehicle. Your TPMS system is not meant take the place of regular tire pressure checks. If you have further questions about your TPMS light, or your light is on and you need to make an appointment, give us a call at 540-277-9415 or schedule an appointment online to meet with one of our technicians in person at our service center.