Got in my vehicle last evening at the Metro station and the tire light came on. This is the 3rd or 4th go-round with "low pressure". Last time it ended up costing me $500, plus the cost of the emergency kit refill. Anyone that is depending on the slime and pump, better have a plan B. Did a visual check and headed for home figuring it was temperature related - it's cold in DC. Half-way home, the engine light came on. This is the 3rd time for it. First was a cracked emissions tube, second was two faulty oxygen sensors. I've parked it at home, just can't deal with it right now. I've had it for about a year-and-a-half and it's at 5,000 miles. For the time being, I'll be driving my 6 year-old Ford Ranger - that's never been in the shop.