TPMS

Having a TPMS reduces your chance of a blow out or accident related to incorrect tyre pressures and improving your vehicles safety.

Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) alert you with visual and/or audible warning if there is change in pressure or temperature. It does this by using sensors in each individual tyre.

TPMS can also save you money by maximising tyre life as incorrectly inflated tyres result in uneven wear on the tyre tread and will need replacing sooner than normal.

The correct pressure improves fuel efficiency too, since under inflated tyres mean more tread hits the road and causes friction (or rolling resistance) and so more energy- and therefore fuel - is needed to drive the car forward. By having the correct tyre pressure, rolling resistance and fuel consumption, is reduced, saving money. Less fuel consumption also reduces carbon dioxide emissions so benefits the environment. Incorrectly inflated tyres causes uneven tyre wear and tyres need to be replaced sooner than normal.

Checking your tyre pressure is recommended by manufacturers for your own safety. Having a TPMS saves you time and energy in routinely checking tyre pressure manually.

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Having a TPMS reduces your chance of a blow out or accident related to incorrect tyre pressures and improving your vehicles safety.

Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) alert you with visual and/or audible warning if there is change in pressure or temperature. It does this by using sensors in each individual tyre.

TPMS can also save you money by maximising tyre life as incorrectly inflated tyres result in uneven wear on the tyre tread and will need replacing sooner than normal.

The correct pressure improves fuel efficiency too, since under inflated tyres mean more tread hits the road and causes friction (or rolling resistance) and so more energy- and therefore fuel - is needed to drive the car forward. By having the correct tyre pressure, rolling resistance and fuel consumption, is reduced, saving money. Less fuel consumption also reduces carbon dioxide emissions so benefits the environment. Incorrectly inflated tyres causes uneven tyre wear and tyres need to be replaced sooner than normal.

Checking your tyre pressure is recommended by manufacturers for your own safety. Having a TPMS saves you time and energy in routinely checking tyre pressure manually.

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