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Tire Monitoring Tools To Use For Safer Driving

By Edited Jan 24, 2014 1 0

Tire monitoring tools can be extremely useful for a few reasons. Having proper tire pressure means that you will be getting good gas mileage, the rubber on your tires won’t wear quickly, and your car will have great traction on the road! It’s amazing how such a small tool can have such a large positive impact on your car and the way that it drives! With that being said, there are a few different tire pressure monitoring tools/systems that you can buy:

-portable pressure gauges (they come in electronic or manual)

-tire pressure monitoring systems that are built into modern vehicles

-tire pressure monitoring systems that can be retrofitted into old vehicles

This article describes a few different tire pressure monitoring tools that can be used on your vehicle. Some of these tools will let you know how much air is in your tires by placing them over the valve, and others will automatically let you know when your tires have low pressure. Regardless of the gauge or system that you choose to use, you should always be sure to keep your tires inflated to the proper PSI so that you can reap all of the benefits that are listed above!

One Of The Best Tools Is One That Is Retrofits Into Your Vehicle-On Dash Display!

The majority of high-end cars that were made after 2005 come with built in tire pressure monitoring systems that display a symbol on the vehicle’s dashboard when any of the 4 tires have deflated too much. Have you ever wished that you could have

Orange Electronic Retrofit Tire Pressure Monitoring System
a tire monitoring system like this on your car?

The truth of the matter is that you can buy and install one of these systems on your car! The most beautiful thing about these tire monitoring systems is that you will never have to get out of your car to judge whether or not the tire is low on air; all that you have to do is look at your dashboard!

The aftermarket tire pressure kits are designed to work with the tires that you have on your car. Basically, you must input the recommended PSI for your tires when you set up the system. Once you have set that up, the system will notify you when the pressure of any of your tires is low! Remember, driving with low tire pressure can cost you money in the long run (wearing the rubber on the tires out quickly), so it may be worth it to spend a few hundred dollars on an aftermarket tire pressure monitoring kit!

An Air Tire Gauge The Attaches To A Compressor Is Perfect Because You Can Fix The Pressure Problem

Air Tire Gauge That Attaches To An Air Compressor

Drivers can usually tell that their tire pressure is low simply by looking at the tire from the side of the car; once they notice that the tire has low pressure, they will usually get a compressor to inflate it. The problem is in knowing how much to inflate the tire. The last thing that you want to have to do is stop inflating the tire with the compressor because you had to check the pressure of the tire with a manual gauge; what makes it even worse is that you will probably have to continue inflating it if you realize that it needs more air! An air pressure gauge that attaches to the compressor hose will eliminate the need to do this! It displays the tire’s air pressure as you are inflating it, so you can know when to turn the compressor off without having to check first!

Tire Pressure Valve Caps Will Provide You With The Pressure At A Glance!

Sometimes you just want to know if your tire pressure is low, you do not necessarily care what the PSI of your tires is! If you are the type of person that likes a

Bell Automotive Tire Pressure Monitoring Valve Caps-32 PSI
n indication of low tire pressure, these valve caps are the best tire monitoring tools for you! They use the same indicators as the traffic lights; they display a green color if the tire pressure is perfect, a yellow color if it could use some air, and a red color if the tire is really deflated!

Nobody forgets to do their oil changes, and only a few people forget to top up their windshield washer fluid; however, many people tend to forget to check their tires’ PSI every once in a while! I would recommend making it a point to check the air level in your tires every 300 kilometers; this will allow you to catch a tire being low on air before it is too late! This article lists and describes a few different tire monitoring tools that you can use on your car; it doesn’t matter which one that you choose to use, just be sure to use one!



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