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Correct tyre pressure is an important aspect to
how your vehicle handles and drives.It affects braking
distances, fuel consumption and the life of the tyres.
All vehicle currently have a tyre placard fitted to
the vehicle for easy referral by the driver, specifying
required tyre pressures for that vehicle. In most vehicle
this placard is located either in the glove box or
The fundamental problem is that most drivers rarely
check the vehicle's tyre pressures. The process is
time consuming and in many cases a dirty job. Ideally
it should be done before each journey, a requirement
which is totally impractical.
As a result of this impracticality, research carried
out by motoring organisations and governments around
the world all conclude that the majority of vehicles
on the roads are driving around with mostly under inflated
The situation where tyre pressures are infrequently
checked and the fact that tyres slowly deflate over
time due to the natural porous nature of the rubber
compounds used within the construction of the tyre,
end up creating this situation.
Many drivers also believe that they can check the
air pressure just by looking at the wheels and judging
the sidewall appearance. Others rely on the air gauges
at service stations. Many of these gauges are grossly
inaccurate due to heavy usage and abuse.
Other factors also affect the pressure. The first
is temperature. The problem with temperature is that
as a vehicle starts moving, the frictional forces created
by the tyre distorting as it rolls create heat. This
heat causes the pressure to increase. The air pressure
most typically can increase 6-8PSI in pressure from
a cold start, as its working temperature increases
All these factors contribute to incorrectly inflated
tyres, all of which result in unsafe motoring, excessive
fuel consumption, excessive tyre wear and in some situations
blowouts. When we talk about excessive wear, the tyre
industry estimates a loss of 10-50% of affective usage
solely due to this problem. The environmental impacts
are great, but not as great as the impact of carbon
emissions due to excessive fuel consumption.
Tyre Monitors (Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems or
TPMS for short) solve this problem, by monitoring the
vehicles wheel pressures and temperatures both while
the vehicle is parked and while the vehicle is driven.
The ability to monitor the vehicle tyre pressure using
wireless technology, while the vehicle is being driven
is a true breakthrough, for this is the true condition
for which the driver needs to know how much pressure
is in the tyres.
It is not uncommon for a wheel to start deflating
only after a journey has commenced. Even the most diligent
of drivers who monitor their tyre pressures on a daily
basis cannot match the functionality delivered by a
Tyre Monitoring System.
Tyre Monitors are now compulsory for all vehicles
sold and manufactured in the USA. With the vast distances
that Australians on average travel, the protection
these systems provide are even more essential for Australian