Jake LaCaze


The Tire Pressure Light is On


The engine turns. The car cranks up. The dash lights turn on and flash a time or two and then go blank. Except the tire pressure light. You stare at the orange light with the obnoxious exclamation point inside that strange curvy figure. The light wasn’t on yesterday. You know because you check every single time you start the car. The temperature has dropped almost thirty degrees since your last drive. Maybe that explains the light’s appearance. But you’re cutting it close. You’ll be late for work if you take the time to air up your tires now. You don’t have time to resolve this inconvenience.

The tires need to warm up. That’ll fix the problem. A few miles on the tires will make the light go away.

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