If you back them down a couple of psi. They usually climb up a few psi when driving. More so in the summer. Also the reverse keeping them at 35 when it starts to get cold, they drop a couple of psi and sometimes set off the low pressure warning. Then you have to air them up to recommend pressure to turn off the light, than back it down to where you want it.Just going from the factory 42psi to the recommended 38 made a huge difference on mine.
All could be solved by getting the Tazer and changing the threshold for the warning light.