If the low pressure warning light comes on while you are driving:
Braking will only occur if there is enough air in the tanks.
You can brake 14 times before the air in the system runs out.
You should continue to drive normally and check the brake system when it is convenient.
You should continue driving, but turn the emergency flashers on to warn other motorists.
If the low air pressure warning light turns on, you should stop and safely park your vehicle as soon as possible. Controlled braking will be possible only as long as enough air remains in the tanks.