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Remotes – Making Everything Easier

Remote Control for Cars

One of the amazing things about the digital age is the capability of remote monitoring. It’s easier than ever to keep tabs on something without directly checking on it. The principle can be seen in baby monitors, security cameras, and even those amazing apps that allow you to turn your heater on before you get home. And this wonderful technological trend extends to keeping an eye on the pressure inside your tyres.

In days gone by, figuring out whether or not your tyres were properly inflated involved going to a specialist. Given the effort associated with such a trip, many people didn’t check their tyre pressure regularly, which meant that they had no idea that their tyres were underinflated. Since underinflated tyres increase fuel consumption, braking distance, and the likelihood of blowouts, this lack of awareness had dire consequences. These days, we have a solution: the tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS).

A TPMS will directly monitor the pressure inside your tyres, informing you with an alarm as soon as the pressure drops below the desired level. With that sort of setup, you’ll know as soon as you need to take action, and won’t be unwittingly driving in inefficient, unsafe conditions. The tyre sensors measure the pressure levels, ensuring that underinflated tyres don’t go unnoticed. That means that you can fix the pressure, and you won’t have to worry about potentially driving around with underinflated tyres.

The tyre pressure monitor is just the latest in a long line of safety technologies that are slowly becoming seen as mandatory. In fact, governments in both the US and the European Union have passed laws requiring that they be built into many types of vehicles, in recognition of the critical safety status of the TPMS. The TPMS is a must in the 21st century: Say goodbye to increased costs associated with tyre wear and fuel consumption, and hello to a safer, smarter driving experience.