Custom wheels can deliver some profitable business, but how can you best deal with TPMS sensors and legal requirements? According to NHTSA, it is...Read More

Indirect Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) are the systems that do not have air pressure sensors inside the tires. Rather, they detect a low...Read More

With profit margins on retail tires continuing to fall, many dealers have been casting about for ways to make up that loss. Last month,...Read More

Let's all face it, nobody gets into the tire business for the cheering crowds or the recognition and deep respect of our fellow man....Read More

Most vehicles require some type of "stationary" relearn procedure to reset the TPMS system. This requires a TPMS tool to activate each of the...Read More

49 USC 30122(b). That's the “Make Inoperative” provision of the Motor Vehicle Safety Act. It states that, "A manufacturer, distributor, dealer, or motor vehicle...Read More

If you’re a tire dealer or technician, you probably already know that TPMS has been mandatory equipment on all cars since 2007. You’re probably...Read More

If you’ve done any tire and wheel installation in the last six years, you probably know quite a bit about TPMS – which became...Read More

The first step in any diagnostic strategy is to figure out if your customer’s vehicle actually has a TPMS problem. Any number of things...Read More

The time to change to and from winter tires is both a regional and personal decision. Whenever it takes place, a changeover brings with...Read More