Talking to Customers About TPMS

Point-Of-Sale Information That Help Turn the Conversation Around

Taking the time to talk to your customers about TPMS is one key way to make sure they fully understand the service you're providing–and how TPMS alerts them to low tire pressure so they can stay safe on the roads and:

  • Save money at the pump through improved fuel economy
  • Decrease tire wear
  • Improve vehicle handling
  • Reduce braking distances
  • Lower the risk of hydroplaning

And to help you conduct good, educational conversations about TPMS with your customers. Each item listed here is also available for order, free, directly from Schrader.

 

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