Tyre pressure: TPMS system

TPMS and tyre pressure

This guide provides information about the TPMS, or tyre pressure monitoring system. Learn how to interpret all the warnings displayed on your dashboard. Know how to identify the type of TPMS fitted on your tyre valve and how to maintain it. Find out why this system is now mandatory and for which vehicles.

TPMS maintenance: everything you need to know

Mandatory on new vehicles since 1st November 2014, tyre pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) continually monitor the air pressure in each tyre and display a warning on the dashboard if an under-inflated tyre is detected. Simple and practical, TPMS requires only minimum maintenance. Here’s what you need to know to ensure your TPMS is working correctly.

Is the tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS) mandatory?

Since 1 November 2014, all new vehicles must come fitted with a tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS). What is TPMS? Why is it mandatory and on which vehicles? We have the answers...

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Direct or indirect TPMS - what’s the difference?

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