Phil Meraux Tire Service staffs the leading Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) technicians in Covington, LA, Mandeville, LA, and Madisonville, LA. Decreased tire pressure is a common issue that you might have during the lifetime of your vehicle. Your tires are strong and crafted to withstand the inconsistencies on the roads you drive daily. However, at times your tire can take on too much, like the stab of a stray nail or the piercing edges of a shard of glass. When your tires take on too much a tear can occur and lead to a flat tire or lessened tire pressure. To prevent your visit to the roadside, you can install a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) to help detect instances when your tire pressure is decreased. We offer the benefits of this proactive technology at Covington, Louisiana, including the ability to prevent flats and the safety issues that are present when driving on a low pressure tire. The Tire Pressure Monitoring System is designed to continuously monitor tire pressure. In the event that your tire pressure decreases, the tire pressure sensors will report the discrepancy so it can be remedied. When you make the decision to install the TPMS or other improvements such as Covington, LA, Mandeville, LA, and Madisonville, LA, we will provide you with the ability to keep your vehicle road ready.
You can take the pressure off of your shoulders and keep the pressure in your tires when you choose us to improve your driving experience. The instillation of a Tire Monitoring System will provide you the ability to maintain the correct level of tire pressure. At our Covington, LA location we can accommodate your vehicle and prepare it for the road ahead. The Tire Pressure Monitoring System is a tire pressure gauge that can be installed in one of two ways, as a direct system or as an indirect system. When installed as a direct system, the tire pressure is measured through sensors located in the tires. Alternately, when the TPMS is installed as an indirect system, the tire pressure is measured by wheel speeds and other signals to determine the proper inflation of the tire. In both cases, when tire pressure is low or if there is an issue with the Tire Pressure Monitoring System itself, a signal is sent and the TPMS light is illuminated. The light reveals the issue to the driver so the tire or the TPMS can be tested and repaired. When you choose us to install a Tire Pressure Monitoring System in your vehicle, we guarantee that we will provide you with a superior TPMS service. Get a quote for the price today.
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Covington LA | Madisonville LA | Mandeville LA | and surrounding areas