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Why are vehicle tire pressure monitors so important:

Your vehicles tires are the only thing between you and the road. To maximize
tire life, mileage, performance, and safety you want your tire pressure to be at
the recommended tire pressure. The TREAD Act (Transportation Recall
Enhancement, Accountability and Documentation Act) was enacted to bring tire
pressure front and center in the minds of drivers across the country. The
TREAD mandates the installation of TPMS (tire pressure monitoring system) in
all passenger vehicles produced since September 1, 2007.

The TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) eliminates all guesswork by
notifying you if a vehicle tire is low on air or flat. This knowledge can not
only help prevent accidents but can also help you improve your gas
mileage. Your TPMS can also warn you about existing or impending
problems with your vehicle’s tire inflation.

One Stop Automotive checks your vehicle’s tire pressures at each visit, as
part of our 35 point vehicle health report. We also inspect the overall
condition of the tires and tread.