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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Don’t TREAD On Me: Tire Pressure Monitor Systems

Don’t TREAD On Me: Tire Pressure Monitor Systems

In 2000, the U.S. government responded to serious issues related to automobile tire safety with the TREAD (Transportation Recall Enhancement Accountability and Documentation) Act. This mandated that an elaborate computer-controlled system had to be added to every passenger vehicle to monitor tire pressures. It’s our job to keep these systems up and running.

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Don’t TREAD On Me: Tire Pressure Monitor Systems

Don’t TREAD On Me: Tire Pressure Monitor Systems

In 2000, the U.S. government responded to serious issues related to automobile tire safety with the TREAD (Transportation Recall Enhancement Accountability and Documentation) Act. This mandated that an elaborate computer-controlled system had to be added to every passenger vehicle to monitor tire pressures. It’s our job to keep these systems up and running.

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