This is a comment about tire pressure referencing “Pump up those Tires.”
I take both my Lexus LS460 sedans to the Lexus dealer for all servicing. Although the manual cites 33 psi for the tires, the dealership always fills them to 36 psi. I learned the reason is that tire pressure gauges do not record the correct pressure because I live in Albuquerque, New Mexico, which is over 1 mile high. I investigated on the internet and learned that we need to compensate for the altitude when measuring tire pressure.
I always read your column in the Drive magazine supplement in our newspaper. My cars are relatively trouble-free and never get mentioned. This is the reason that I like the Lexus line. (We had Camrys before.)