Car warning lights are never a good sign. They usually indicate a problem with your vehicle and should never be ignored. If you see a dashboard warning light while driving, or any stay on for more than a few seconds after switching the engine on, you need to know what to do.
How well do you know your car warning lights? Would you know what to do if one came on today? How well would you react?
Here’s a quick 10 question quiz about common dashboard warning lights. How many can you get right? We bet you won’t ace it…
How did you do? Are you a car warning lights Master or Novice? Share your result on Social Media!
If you need more help identifying your dashboard warning lights, here are a few handy resources:
Drew works for BookMyGarage writing blogs, website content and almost everything else in between. He works closely with ex-mechanics and subject matter experts. When he’s not helping you save money on running your car or making your driving life easier, he can be found either with his head in a book or with a golf club in his hands (usually looking for his ball in the woods)