Whether you are a seasoned driver or a new driver, it is always important to ensure that your vehicle is safe for driving.
Your car would most likely notify you of any faults or abnormalities to your car which is what the warning lights on your dashboard are for.
The lights on your dashboard are a way to notify you that a part of your car needs some attention. It is important for you to be aware of what these signs mean and make an informed decision on whether a professional is required to address the issue.
These signs can be confusing for many, so make sure you familiarise yourself with the car’s manual or useful guides like this one created by Lease Car.
Here are some common car warning lights that you might see light up, and what you can do should this start showing up on your dashboard:
Brake System Warning Light
If this light is showing up on your dashboard, it means your brake system isn’t operating normally. If the brake warning light comes on, it may mean that the hydraulic pressure has been lost on one side of the brake system. However, if it stays on continuously, it may suggest a more severe issue, like a leak somewhere in the brake system, which would cause the fluid level in the master cylinder to be dangerously low.
Engine Management Light
The engine management light is one of the first indicators that something is wrong with the engine …