Tire pressure monitoring systems have been included in the majority of new vehicles for a number of years now. It's a great piece of technology that can keep you aware of what's going on with your tires, but there are a few different reasons why you might be alerted to an issue.

Your spare tire is likely being monitored as well, assuming that you have a spare tire. All four of your regular tires might check out. If the light stays on, check the spare as well.

You may run over debris that could cause a change in air pressure inside of your tires. A slow leak may also be occurring.

Cold air outside can cause the air pressure in your tires to condense. This would cause an alert that signals the need for more air to be added during the winter.

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