Tire Review met up with Bartec USA at the 2021 SEMA Show to learn more about the company’s TPMS solutions.
The relearn chart is the result of a collaborative effort between Bartec and the Tire Industry Association.
Bartec USA’s TechRITEPro is available in a “tool only” kit or bundled with the company’s Rite-Sensors.
In addition to increasing the coverage for the Rite-Sensor, Bartec also announced additional vehicle coverage and an update to the TPMS Desktop utility.
VIP Tires & Service locations will use TCS Technologies’ TireWorks HD software and digital inspection application.
The panel will review the acceleration of online and virtual business and discuss strategies to help dealers overcome digital roadblocks.
The company’s software update 62.3 adds significant coverage for the Rite-Sensor, adds model year 2021 coverage and increases its OBDII capabilities, the company says.
The company says the latest update adds coverage for Rite-Sensor and adds new OE sensors to the TPMS tool.
Robert Harvey’s career in the automotive aftermarket spans five decades and includes operating a family business, marketing, retail, repair, service and driveability, Bartec says.
Ed Jones has nearly 40 years of automotive aftermarket business experience including sales and marketing, product research and development and manufacturing.
Bartec USA’s latest software update, Release 61, includes Rite-Sync, which combines TPMS sensor programming with the relearn procedure.
Bartec USA displayed its Rite-Sensor, a programmable, single part, multi-frequency replacement TPMS sensor, at its booths at AAPEX and SEMA.