The staff was very courteous; however, I don't understand why my tires were not rotated and I was told that most of the time it is a scheme to make more money. I was told my tires were properly inflated at the time of service, however I woke up 3 days later and noticed the needs air indicator light was on. When I went to the gas station, my tires read lower than 4-6 psi all the way around. It was very strange, but I did not complain. I was wondering if extreme cold could cause the tires to deflate to that extreme. Overall, the service was good and I appreciate the extra education of me vehicle if it is needed.
Commit from German Car Depot: We use a digitally calibrated tire pressure gauge when checking pressure on tires with (TPMS) tire pressure monitoring systems. It might seem strange but when you don't drop off your car for a scheduled maintenance we have to check the tire pressure hot which can read a few pounds higher. We try to stay on the high side of the factory specks but when it gets in the 40’s the light could read a low pressure until the tire gets warmed up. Most gas stations do not have accurate tire pressure gauges. Sorry for the inconvenience, we have learned from this cold spell and have adjusted accordingly.