The Importance of Tyre Pressure

Tyre inflation pressure not only affects rolling resistance but also tyre wear. A tyre with low pressure will consume more fuel and run fewer kilometres before requiring replacement. Data collected by Bridgestone showed that on average, 20% of the tyres used by fleets without a controlled pressure monitoring programme run at least 10% below the recommended inflation pressure, of which 5% run at less than 20% of the recommended pressure. Showcasing that on average around 1 in 5 tyres in a typical fleet have a significantly negative impact not only on the environment but also on the fleets operational efficiency and thus competitiveness.The importance of maintaining correct tyre pressures is vital on large vehicles especially trucks. A blowout on a truck can be catastrophic.

Save time manually checking Tyre Pressures.
Manually checking Tyre Pressures can take well over 30minutes on a 36 wheel vehicle, with a TPMS kit it takes no time at all. Simply look at the monitor and you can monitor all wheels remotely without leaving your seat.

Without a TPMS Kit a flat can be near impossible to spot
Spotting a flat visually can be near impossible with trucks that have dual wheels on a single axle.

Save Tyres, Save Money

A single truck tyre blowout can cost upwards of $400 to replace not even factoring in the time lost with changing a tyre. Running a TPMS Kit saves you money and time in the long run.

Be Safer, Be Smarter, Be More Competitive