Let us give you an insight of what you need to know to understand what’s going on with your car. From a reminder to fasten your seat belt, oil pressure warning, keeping a door open, to low fuel notification our car sensors keep us informed about everything under the sun. So without any ado, let’s begin.
Seat Belt Reminder
We can start with the indicator which is more common than the others. The Seat Belt reminder is triggered when the car ignition is on and the seat belt stays unfastened. It generally comes with an audible alarm which begins when the vehicle is in motion and the belt remains unfastened. The indicator goes off as soon as the seat belt is fastened.
This light is triggered when the engine is turned on and one or more doors are left open. Make sure all the doors and shut correctly to switch off this indicator.
Low Fuel light
It’s not rocket science to comprehend this warning light. It means your car is running low on fuel and it’s time to refill it. In this case, take your car to the fuel station, that’s it. A job well done!
The Brake System Warning
Simply put, it indicates one of the three probable situations: the most common reasons are that the handbrake is on; there is a problem with the brake system, or an ABS problem. In such a scenario, check the brake fluid and ascertain that the parking brake is completely released. If the problem still persists you should seek professional advice. Ensure your Car Insurance policy
is renewed on time to avoid any car break down hassles. Stay tuned for information on the rest the indicators in the next part…