Don’t Wreck the Tire Pressure Monitoring System

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Even though these systems are relatively new, you’ll get tire work on them any day now. Don’t embarrass yourself.

What drove the development of TPMS was governmental concern that the average driver underestimated the critical role of the tire/pav...

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