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Less Tire Wear

Under-inflated tires have a significant impact on driving safety and fuel efficiency. Properly inflated tires leads to lower tire maintenance costs, improved fuel economy and better tread wear. Maintaining proper tire inflation also affects the way your vehicle handles on the road.

But despite these clear advantages, most drivers on the road do not check their tire pressures. One consumer study by the Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA) found that just one in six US drivers check the tire pressure on their vehicles.

Underinflated tires pose a serious concern for all drivers on the road. Failing to inflate tires to the recommended levels not only wastes fuel and causes premature tire wear, but it is also a significant safety risk.

This is why tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) are so critical. These systems are designed to automatically monitor the air pressure for each tire of a vehicle. Sensors located in the tires are used to transmit critical information in real time via a gauge, digital display or warning light. Drivers are then warned when tire pressure is below acceptable levels. The tires on your vehicle play a crucial role and are not to be taken lightly. They allow you to drive safely on the road each time you get behind the steering wheel.

Calculate your savings on Tire Wear with TPMS
Annual Miles Driven per Vehicle , i.e. 12000  
Average cost per tire , i.e. 90(USD)  
Vehicle in possession for xx years , i.e. 5(years)  
Tire Change after xx Miles , i.e. 25000  
Average Tire Costs
Without TPMS:
 With TPMS: