Why Think TPMS, Think Autogem?
It is important that all tyre technicians are aware of the issues that they may face when dealing with TPMS, so we have set up this TPMS Zone to help our customers succeed with this product category. Please click around our TPMS zone to discover how Autogem’s industry leading program can provide a complete solution for your business whether this be the revolutionary i-sensor, OE sensors, service kits, hand tools, training and even replacement sensors and service kits for American muscle cars.
“Why invest in TPMS equipment?”
If you are unsure whether it is the right time to invest in TPMS equipment and what to expect from a TPMS provider Click here to watch a video. It explains why you should get involved in TPMS and what the building blocks to a successful programme are as well as key questions to ask of your suppliers. Click here for buying advice.
“Understanding the TPMS supply chain”
For a light hearted view on the TPMS supply chain and the challenges and opportunities available to all the key stakeholders, click here to see our managing director’s relaxed industry presentation.
TPMS (Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems) became a mandatory fitment on all new cars from 1st November 2014.
To read our “2 years on from legislation” blog please click here.
TPMS has also become part of the MOT test for all cars fitted with the technology that were first used on or after the 1st January 2012.
There is now a legislative requirement to maintain these systems correctly and keep them functioning. Please click here to watch TyreSafe TPMS animation.
The revolution is here:
TPMS systems are installed to inform the driver of low tyre pressures or a sudden deflation of tyres. The primary aim of the legislation in europe is to reduce the overall carbon footprint attributed to cars, by maximising tyre life and fuel efficiency.
TPMS has become part of the MOT test on all cars fitted with the technology that were first used on or after the 1st January 2012. Come 2015 these cars will have their TPMS system checked for correct function as part of their first MOT.
These systems can be expensive to maintain and if not looked after correctly can result in safety issues.
There are two main types of TPMS, direct and indirect with differing features and benefits and there are many different types of sensors and sealing components associated with the more accurate direct tpms systems.
For more information please feel free to browse our video libraries on the left or request a call back from one of our TPMS techs.
Think TPMS, Think Autogem
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