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Imagine You’re Defusing a Bomb


Imagine you’re defusing a bomb. There’s a whole bird’s nest of wires, with different colours and lights, and you know if you get one thing wrong, then everything will go ka-boom. Now, you might just happen to be skilled at defusing bombs and that sort of thing. Maybe you can defuse it without breaking a sweat. But let’s be honest – you’re probably not a bomb removal expert, and you’re most likely going to have to call in a specialist. And even if you actually can defuse a bomb, it’s not exactly relaxing. That’s why the best option would be to not have to deal with the bomb in the first place.

A flat tyre in the middle of your holiday can be a real bombshell, blowing a hole right through your peaceful getaway plan. You’ll be in the middle of the road, miles away from any town, and then bang! Your vehicle breaks down. You might well have to call for a mechanic, wasting a lot of precious time and money, and even if you do have a spare tyre on youn and the know-how to change it, it’s still going to be no picnic. That’s why it’s best to avoid the whole mess – and the easiest way to do that is with a tyre pressure monitoring system.

A TPMS is a device that tracks the pressure in your car’s tyres, and then sounds an alarm when it drops too low. Then you can get fix that tyre (either yourself or with the help of a mechanic) and pump it back up before there’s a blowout. Underinflated tyres can lead to all sorts of nastiness from wasted fuel to losing control of your vehicle to wearing out your tyres faster. So a tyre pressure monitor is an essential piece of equipment if you want to avoid unpleasant surprises.