FAQs

What is Safe-T-Tyre?

Safe-T-Tyre is a Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) designed to Ease the Pressure of driving. The TPMS monitors the pressure of your tyres and alerts you if the pressure drops below a safe level.

Why do I need a TPMS?

Safe-T-Tyre can extend your tyre life, reduce driving risks and improve your fuel efficiency. Watch the following video to learn how:

What makes us different to other products?

Every Safe-T-Tyre TPMS is locally tested for quality, includes a two-year replacement warranty and fantastic customer support via a free call number. It is also easier to install and includes superior technology to other competing products.

Watch this video to learn more:

Is the tyre pressure monitor easy to install?

Our TPMS is so easy to install that 12 year-old Lili can install it in minutes! Watch this video to learn how:

What comes in the box?

Every Safe-T-Tyre includes everything you need to start monitoring the pressure of your tyres:

1 x Display Monitor + Rechargeable Lithium Battery

Up to 22 Tyre Sensors

2 x Protective Pouches

Suction Mount

Auxiliary Charger + Hardware Cables

Owner’s Manual

Spare Sensor Batteries

How much does the TPMS cost?

We do not list our prices for a couple of reasons. We like to interact with our customers to ensure they are getting exactly what they need. We also offer a number of discounts for customers, in order to approve these we need to interact with customers personally. Click here to contact us for more information.

How do I purchase Safe-T-Tyre TPMS?

Please click here to contact us via our free-call number. Our friendly team will be happy to assist you with your needs.

What if my sensors are not reading?

If you find that your sensors are not reading, we recommend changing the sensor batteries. Be sure to use only a 3-volt lithium battery.

  • For TPMS 2000 use CR 1632.
  • For TPMS 3000 use CR 2032.
The alarm keeps sounding on the monitor – what should I do?

Check that the tyre pressures set up for each axel are set up correctly for your tyres. As a rule, we recommend +/- 15-20 PSI above and below the actual pressure of your tyres.

Do I need to adjust the pressure parameters?

Yes, any changes made in the pressure settings require re-adjustment of your parameters.

I am not getting any readings on the monitor, why?

The sensors require calibration to the monitor. Start your vehicle and drive for at least 10 minutes to allow for the monitor to adjust to the settings.

I have a sensor on my spare tyre, what parameters do I set?

The PSI setting should be +/- 15 the current pressure you have in your tyre.

What parameters do I set in the monitor? Will the alarm sound?

You cannot set the lowest setting on the monitor to 8 PSI, the alarm will sound. If you have 8 PSI in your tyres you must have the tyres pumped to 9 PSI or 10 PSI for the lowest setting to be set at 8 PSI.

When I put the sensors on my valve stems, the sensor shakes and scratches my mags. How can I stop this?

Cover the sensors with foam, garden hose or insulation.

When I place the sensor on my valve stem, it lets out the air from the tyre. Why?

There are a few reasons that may cause air to leak from the tyre, including:

  • The O-Ring in the sensor may be worn and is therefore not sealing properly
  • The small O-Ring that contacts the air valve is not sealed correctly
  • The sensor may be faulty
  • The valve system may be faulty

Note: The tyre will expel air for the sensor to read the tyre pressure and temperature so some leaking is normal.

Why is my monitor not working?

If the monitor is permanently plugged into the power supply this may cause internal damage to the battery due to the heat generated. Ensure your monitor is unplugged from the power supply when not in use.

Why are all the tyre icons not appearing on my monitor?

Be sure you follow the programming procedures in the TPMS manual.

I have a single axel (van) with 4 tyres on the rear, the inside tyres are not reading, why?

The extension rod/valve extenders may be blocked or contaminated restricting airflow. You may need to clean or change the extenders.

If you need further advice regarding your Safe T Tyre tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS) then contact our team on 1300 499 383. Our friendly staff will be able to assist you with any questions you may have.