I now appreciate having the TPMS on these tires.
I had the light go on and made Teenager stick her head out passenger window (in the rain) to check on the tire. Of Course she didn't see anything but when we stopped at her dentist appt I looked and could hear the HISS from the pass rear tire.
Good thing it was next to an auto parts store. Stopped in to get a cigarette lighter plug air compressor (not sure what to call them). I had one before but it was bigger, heavier and crapped out 6 months ago.
Good news, it was on sale and small/lightweight too, $15. Takes 8 minutes to inflate a tire. Sounded good to me.
Gave her a pump hoping I could make it through the appt before it went flat.
My Tire/Garage place I always go to (Sullivan tire) was about 4 miles on the other side of town. That is ok and I made it there with 1-1/2 hrs till close. Good thing they like me
Plugged the tire, $15 (normally $25) --- because I brought them in cookies. He said it was because my tire was so tiny We make jokes about my car all the time as they are used to my Big F-350 diesel. LOL
With my truck, I usually know when I start to get low, I can feel it. But with these tiny tires .....