Marietta Tire Pressure
Tire Pressure Monitoring System Can Saves Lives
The main function of the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) is to track the amount of pressure in tires and notify the driver when the pressure is low. When it comes to tire pressure monitoring systems there are 2 types – direct and indirect. The direct TPMS receives information from pressure sensors located inside each tire, while the indirect one uses speed sensor data from the wheels in order to determine the levels of tire pressure. When a tire has low levels of pressure, it instantly becomes a safety hazard for several reasons. When the pressure is too high, tires lose traction and tend to bounce. On the other hand, when the pressure is low, tires heat up quickly and wear out easily. The heat has negative effects on a tire, which often lead to accidents and blowouts. Our advice to drivers is to pay attention to the Tire Pressure Monitoring System and not to ignore the warnings.
Why Should You Have a TPMS Service Performed at Advantage Auto Services?
When your TPMS notifies you of an issue, please get in touch with us for a proper help. Our team of experienced and ASE-certified auto mechanics is equipped with the latest diagnostic tools for the job. With the help of these tools, we’ll obtain the necessary information from your TPMS that will let us know whether we need to inflate or deflate your tires until they are within the correct pressure range. Moreover, we’ll inspect your speed or pressure sensors to see if they are working properly. In case your TPMS is not working at all, our auto mechanics will come up with the necessary repair plan. You can contact us online or give us a call if you have any questions regarding tour TPMS’s functionality. We'd be glad to discuss your TPMS with you and look forward to getting you back on the road with a completely operational system.
We proudly service the TPMS repair needs of customers in Marietta, Smyrna, Mableton, Austell, Kennesaw, Acworth, Vinings, Powder Springs, Hiram, Dallas, Douglasville, and Atlanta.