TPMS stands for Tyre Pressure Monitoring System, it notifies you when your vehicle's tyre pressure is low or is going flat. A warning light will appear on your dashboard when tyre pressures change.
TPMS can increase your safety on the road by improving your vehicle's handling, decreasing tyre wear, reducing braking distance and bettering fuel economy. It alerts you to pressure loss and preventative measures can be carried out.
If the TPMS warning light on your dashboard comes on, this should not be ignored as there may be a problem with the pressure in one or more of your tyres.
Check your tyre pressure when the light comes on – you can always get a free pressure check at Feltham Tyre Centre.
It is important that every time you have work done to your tyres, be it replacement or repaired, your TPMS valves are replaced in order to keep them in good condition
If your TPMS valve sensor is faulty or the battery fails (the batteries have a lifespan of around 5-6 years) we have the ability to supply new sensors and reprogram so your TPMS system will carry on working as normal.