Check Tire Pressure Warning Light Got You Feeling Down?

Have you ever been driving down the road only to experience a low tire pressure warning light on your dashboard? The low tire pressure warning light can come on from minor deflation over time or it can be a warning of a puncture or other damage and allow you to get to a safe place before your tire is completely deflated. Whether it's the first option or the latter, if your vehicle is experiencing a low tire pressure light and you're in need of maintenance on it, we welcome you to come bring it into our service center here at Schaller Subaru and our Subaru technicians will get to work immediately on fixing the problem.

Even if there is no visible sign that any of your four-wheels are experiencing low tire pressure, maintaining proper air pressure is important for a number of reasons. It increases the lifespan of your tires by not wearing them out because of under or over inflation, it maximizes handling, and it increases fuel economy, among other reasons to keep your tires properly inflated.

If you're in need of servicing on your tires, we welcome you to make the schedule an appointment online or come see us here at Schaller Subaru today and our expertly trained Subaru technicians will get to work immediately on fixing the problem for you in no time! We're located right in Berlin, CT and proudly serve nearby Hartford, Middletown, CT; New Britain, Newington, and drivers all over Connecticut.

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