warning dashboard lights

5 Most Important Dashboard Warning Lights

You’re probably familiar with most of the symbols and dashboard warning lights in your car. Things like the low fuel light or headlight indicator are pretty straightforward. But there are a few vehicle warning lights that are sometimes misunderstood but incredibly important. Here are the most critical dashboard warning symbols you should know. Low Engine Oil Pressure Warning Light I’m listing this one first because low oil pressure has the potential … Continue reading

ask a stupid question day

3 Stupid Questions about Cars & Tires, Answered

When is Ask a Stupid Question Day? The answer is pretty stupid — either September 28, or the last school day of September (September 30 this year). This holiday is so stupid it doesn’t even know which day to fall on. But you know what ISN’T stupid? Questions about cars and tires that affect safety. So in the spirit of National Ask a Stupid Question day (the purpose of which is … Continue reading

tire myths

Tire Facts and Tire Myths

Some people just aren’t sure about what’s true and false when it comes down to their tires. Not all tires are the same and limited knowledge about tires change perceptions and myths begin to take form. But the topic of tires is not that simple, so RightTurn is here to help you distinguish the difference between the tire facts and tire myths. Myth  Of course I know my tire’s recommended … Continue reading

TPMS

TPMS Issues – Tire Pressure Monitoring System Troubleshooting

Tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) have been required in all vehicles beginning with model year 2008. If you have a newer car, you may already be familiar with TPMS. If low tire pressure is detected, a TPMS warning lamp lights up on the dashboard. That means one of your tires is flat. But if the TPMS light is always lit or turning on and off randomly, you may be experiencing … Continue reading