Jill Merriam Key Hyundai Blog

Winter Tire Pressure

December 16, 2013

Oh, the weather outside is frightful …

And yet, driving your car should be delightful! Except, sometimes,  unknown lights light up your dashboard, especially in cold, wintery weather, and that can be alarming. The solution providers at Key Hyundai of Milford and Key Hyundai of Manchester want you to drive safe, and your new or used Hyundai can be affected by winter weather.

Key Hyundai at keycars.comDo you know what the TPMS light on your dashboard means?

I’ll give you a hint: it’s about your tire pressure and the brrrrrrrrr New England weather these days can really affect the TPMS (tire pressure monitoring system) light in your vehicle!

Hi, it’s Jill Merriam, Dealer For The People at Key Hyundai, where our mission is to help everyone drive a nicer, newer car, and to help keep that car safe and fun to drive for as long as you wish to drive it. Keeping your tire pressure correct is key to keeping your car safe to drive.

The TPMS light is there to let you know when there’s been a change in tire air pressure, and often, cold weather can wreak havoc on tire pressure. Here’s what you should know about tire pressure in cold weather: take a quick one-minute listen to learn what you need to know:

So while the weather outside may be frightful, the tire pressure in your vehicle should be maintained. Stop by Key Hyundai and our terrific service solution providers will give you a quick tutorial on TPMS, tire pressure, and teach you what you need to know!

Wishing you safe and happy driving during these cold winter months! If you never need any advice about how winter affects your new or used vehicle, CT new and used car service solution providers at Key Hyundai are happy to help!

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