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Maybe you’ve just brought your new Nissan automobile home. And, like a lot of our Greenville customers, you’re excited to find all of the features in your car, like TPMS. But then you wonder, “What does TPMS mean?” The acronym “TPMS” stands for “Tire Pressure Monitoring System”. Do you need a system like that? Yes! Let’s talk about why it’s so important to have this system in your vehicle.
You know what it stands for, but what does the TPMS mean for you and your car? It means getting the longest life possible from your tires. It means getting the best gas mileage available for your car. While some of our Royse City customers are very good about checking their tires on a regular basis, most of us often forget to do it until there’s a problem. The Tire Pressure Monitoring System checks your tires for you, so that you don’t have to remember.
If the TPMS light goes off, one or more of your tires are low. Follow these simple instructions:
Keeping your tires inflated is important! Here are some reasons why:
The knowledgeable pros at Nissan of Greenville are ready to take care of your tire needs or any other kind of service your vehicle requires. We make it easy for you to get your car serviced. You can even schedule service online. If you found this article helpful, be sure to check out our other service tips and tricks, like, “How to Jump Start a Car”. We’re just a short drive away from both Rockwall and Commerce, so drop by or contact us today!