During tire removal, TPMS sensors can get snagged by the sidewall of the tire. These tips can help you prevent damage.
Some products on the market are convenient for drivers and service providers but can have an effect on TPMS systems. Try these recommendations to help keep the TPMS system functioning properly with these products.
Is checking the spare tire in the vehicle a common practice at your shop? If not, learn why it should be part of your TPMS SOP.
With winter tire changeovers comes the potential for an increase in TPMS service and revenue. Use these tips to start getting prepared for these opportunities.
While most shops work with TPMS on a daily basis, use this as a refresher and a tool for new hires — even as information to share with your customers if they want to learn more about the complexity of the relearn process.
Important checklist items your shop needs to consider when replacing TPMS sensors.
Partnering with an OE sensor manufacturer is one of the most important decisions you’ll make when it comes to your TPMS program.
TPMS service can be met with resistance from a driver for a number of reasons, but use these situations to teach the customer and help ease their pain.
If you have SOPs for other work you do, why not have one for a crucial safety system service like TPMS?
For when the customer asks, “What happens if I don’t replace it?” regarding their TPMS, use it as a way to educate them about proper TPMS service.
Follow these steps to create a successful TPMS program for your business
Are you confident you are taking full advantage of your tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) category? Here are a few simple things you can do to start seeing the biggest impact of an efficient TPMS program while maximizing profits.