Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
In compliance with EU safety regulations, all new vehicles built are fitted with a Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS). This safety feature is fitted to the wheels of many modern cars and vans ensuring your Tyres are properly inflated at all times. This reduces the risk of suffering a dangerous high speed blowout, as well as returning better performance and efficiency from your car.
Keeping your Tyres properly inflated is essential for your safety on the road: a TPMS uses a sensor to detect sudden or gradual changes in Tyre pressure, alerting the driver of potentially performance-affecting pressure changes.
The Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) is an automatic monitoring system designed to monitor the pressure of Tyres for light vehicles.
The system monitors Tyre pressure and temperature at all times and alerts the driver if there are any problems in one or more Tyres, allowing issues to be dealt with straight away to increase safety and other problems that can emerge due to under-inflation.
Why use a TPMS?
As of 2012, If your TPMS light is showing on the dashboard your car will automatically fail its MOT. This may be as simple to fix as ensuring that all the Tyres are at their correct pressure, but it may also be as a result of a faulty sensor. Should your Tyres need a new sensor, we can supply and fit replacement parts of at least manufacturer spec.
There are numerous reasons to make sure your TPMS is working properly: