Remember to pump a bit more air in winter time
Tire pressure is very important, unfortunately, it goes lower automatically with respect to temperature. Roughly, every 10 degrees drop, the tire pressure will drop about 1 psi. So, what I did as temperature start dropping in fall, I tend to add a little bit. e.g. when it dropped from 90 degrees to 50, my tire is 4 psi lower.
Through out the winter, the weather seems always has a few very cold days each month, so before those cold days come, I often pump a few more psi to around 43 psi, and as temperature dropped from 40's down to 10's or lower, I know I will have 37 psi or more.
After March when the weather getting warmer, I stopped pumping air, but watch the tire pressure. Since no matter new or old tire, the tire pressure will be gone little by little. However, as temperature goes up gradually, the tire pressure seems to maintain well.
It is very dangerous not to have enough tire pressure. In winter, you may find it flat at some very cold night or morning. In summer, you will have flat tire on road in afternoon when some days went up to 100 degrees, as insufficient tire pressure causes high temperature of tire at highway.
Unfortunately, it happened to me one summer. So, now I established the above habit to make sure enough tire pressure thru out winter time, and summer time, I will be sure to have enough tire pressure ...