To make it even easier we operate a mobile fitting service so you do not have to take your car into the dealer, we will fix it at your home or workplace.
A flashing TPMS light on your dash indicates a TPMS system problem and is likely to mean a broken sensor. Enter your vehicle details on the right or call etyres and we can fix it for you.
A solid (not flashing) TPMS light on your dash indicates that one of your tyres has low pressure and you may need a tyre repair or replacement. Again Easy Tyre 123 can fix this for you.
Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems are fitted to cars to monitor the air pressure within the tyres and to warn the driver if they drop below the recommended levels. If the pressure drops more than 20% below the manufacturers recommended pressure then the system alerts the driver by and visual and/or audible warning inside the car.
Most tyre blow outs are caused by driving on under inflated tyres and a TPMS system increases your safety by reducing the chance of these incidents. Driving with under-inflated tyres also uses more fuel and tyre wear so having a TPMS system also saves you money on fuel and increases tyre life.
All new vehicles sold in the EU now must have a form of TPMS fitted to them by law. Any cars registered after 1st January 2012 must have this TPMS system functioning to pass the MOT test.Most TPMS systems use a tyre pressure sensor which is attached to the back of the tyre valve. Until recently motorists had to return to their main dealer to buy a replacement tyre pressure sensor valve, have it fitted and then programmed to work with the car. The main dealers can be very expensive for this. Now Easy Tyre 123 can supply a replacement tyre pressure sensor valve for much less than the main dealer. All our TPMS sensor prices are fully inclusive of fitting, programming and VAT and we will even come to you at your home or work to do the job so you do not have to waste time dropping off and collecting your car from the main dealer.