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Why do you need automatic tyre deflators? 

When driving off-road, decreasing your tyre pressures will give you more grip on soft surfaces. Reducing your tyre pressures means more of the tyre surface area will be in contact with the ground, making you less likely to sink in sand or mud. On rocky terrain, a tyre with less pressure will give you more…

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What are the consequences of not running a TPMS on your 4WD and Caravan?

The potential issues of not running a TPMS on your 4WD or Caravan way out ways the initial cost. Not only can a TPMS prevent accidents, but it will also notify you if there is a potential problem with your tyres whether it be pressure or temperature related. Using a quality TPMS could be a…

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The Benefits of the iCheckTPMS Pressure Monitoring System

Maintaining optimal tyre pressure enhances the performance of a vehicle in many ways. However, most people use their eye judgement to tell whether their tyres have enough pressure or not. A 40psi and a 20psi tyre visually there is no difference and that’s why running a caravan TPMS is critical. Increases fuel efficiency: You can…

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Benefits of having a quality digital tyre pressure gauge

Digital gauges look like analogue gauges, except they have a digital display. The advantage of a digital gauge is that it may show several measurement standards. Digital gauges may also read more precisely and offer readouts to the tenth of a PSI. In addition, an LCD screen display can be easy to read in the…

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The importance of correct tyre pressures

A correctly inflated tyre improves safety, is more economical in use and is better for the environment. By keeping your tyres at their correct pressure, you will reduce your running costs in fuel costs and premature tyre replacement. Underinflated tyres are prone to overheating use more fuel and wear out more quickly.​ Low tyre pressure…

The importance of running correct tyre pressures on caravan

Maintaining the correct tyre pressures on caravan is vitally important. If the pressures are too high, or low, the chance of puncture damage is dramatically increased. The caravan can also become less stable. This will create more opportunity for tyre damage and the potential of your caravan swaying and all the risks associated that come…