This past weekend brought a strong winter storm across the northeastern US. Only problem was no one bothered to inform Mother Nature that she was off by more than a month in terms of snow, freezing rain, and ice. Heck, Mom Nature, it was the weekend BEFORE Halloween! A few days before howling winds and ice hit the East Coast friends of mine in Colorado informed us that they were expecting close to a foot of snow. And that, folks, is why I don’t live in beautiful, pristine Colorado! While I love snow, I’d like it when it’s expected – in January. Anyway, I don’t want you to be left out in the cold. In the past, I’ve experienced low tire pressure because of the sudden dip in temperatures in the fall months. Keep this tire air gauge with air release button in your car and you’ll never again worry that your tires are low on air. If one of the tires doesn’t seem like it is holding air properly, all you have to do is take out your gauge and check it. Low on air? Just head to your local service station and fill it back up.