What Do Your Vehicle Warnings Indicators Mean?

check engineWe’ve all been there. You’re driving along, ABBA’s greatest hits blaring from your stereo, without a care in the world, and then all the sudden, one of the Vehicle Warning Indicators lights up on your dash.

Now you have a couple of options. You could place a small square electrical tape over the icon. Out of sight, out of mind. But then you’d be ignoring a really great preventative maintenance tool from workings its magic. Instead, why not learn what all they mean?

  • Service Engine – This light indicates that a routine maintenance task is due. It could also indicate an urgent issue with your engine.
  • Tire Pressure – One or more of your tires are low. Find a safe place to pull over and check the tires.
  • Battery – This light means that your battery may be dead or your alternator might be faulty. Take your vehicle to a car parts store. Most will check your battery for free.
  • Coolant Temperature Warning – If your coolant temperature is rising, it might mean a faulty thermostat. It likely means a coolant leak, like from a ruptured hose.
  • Oil Pressure Warning – Your engine has low oil pressure. This is likely due to the fact that you’ve burnt off a significant amount of oil or there is a leak. Check the oil level immediately.

Catch REO Speedwagon Live at the Garden

concertEvery year, the Live at the Garden concert series brings in five of the music industry’s finest touring acts and puts them onstage for your viewing pleasure. Amid the beautiful grounds of the Memphis Botanical Gardens, you have chance to enjoy great music in a great setting.

Only the best of the best grace the stage at the gardens. If you’ve ever been to one these shows, you may have caught such hit-makers as the Steve Miller Band, The Goo Goo Dolls, Styx, or Tony Bennett.

The 2016 lineup includes REO Speedwagon. These 1970s rockers are responsible for such hits as “Take It On The Run,” “Time For Me To Fly,” “Can’t Fight This Feeling,” and “Keep On Lovin’ You.”

If you’ve ever listened to rock radio, you are all too familiar with the Speedwagon. Their songs are still in regular rotation, and for good reason—they rock! You can catch REO Speedwagon Live at the Garden on August 25th at 8:00pm.