Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Check

What is TPMS? TPMS stands for Tire Pressure Monitoring System, which are sensors in your tires that help monitor when your tire’s air pressure is too low. Our tire technicians will test each TPMS sensor to make sure it’s working properly, then either reset the sensors or replace them.

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What Our TPMS Service Is And When You Need It

Places to go? People to see? Both are more enjoyable without a blinking or flashing tire pressure light distracting you along the way.

If an illuminated symbol of a tire profile with an exclamation point in the middle appears on your dashboard, indicating that the air inside your tires may be low, or if you think your tire pressure may be low but a light isn’t on, stop by and let one of our tire technicians inspect it for you.

How Do I Know I Need My Tire Pressure Sensors Checked?
  • TPMS Light: The tire pressure light illuminates when the car is started and stays on while driving
  • Low Tire Pressure: The vehicle’s tire pressure is frequently low regardless of outside temperature
  • Oil is leaking beneath the motor
  • TPMS Reset: The TPMS Light was not reset during a recent service appointment

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A tire pressure monitoring system is an electronic device used to monitor the air pressure inside a vehicle's tires. As part of our TPMS service, our tire technicians will:

  • Perform a systems test on all of your sensors to see if they’re in working order,
  • Help ensure your tires are the proper tire air pressure,
  • Perform a tire pressure sensor replacement or a TPMS reset of any malfunctioning sensors, and,
  • Discuss any additional recommended repairs you may wish to make, and any costs involved.

A functional tire pressure monitoring system plays an important role in making sure that your car is working properly and that you and your loved ones get and home from your favorite destination.

Benefits of a TPMS check include helping to:

  • Improve vehicle safety and handling
  • Decrease premature tread wear
  • Maximize fuel economy
  • Reduce CO2 emissions
  • Reduce braking distance

If you feel your tire pressure is low, or if your TPMS light comes on and stays on, it means your tire pressure has dropped 25% or more below your manufacturer's prescribed level. We recommend that you visit us at your earliest convenience.

You’re not alone if you’re confused what the TPMS symbol means. In fact, 49% of younger drivers and 39% of overall drivers were unable to recognize the TPMS warning symbol in the survey of more than 1,000 U.S. drivers.