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TPMS Do Not Replace Basic Tyre Checks, Says Michelin

Michelin’s Head of Fleet Dave Crinson is issuing a warning to drivers against becoming complacent with tyre pressures following the introduction of Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS).

The electronic safety device, which became mandatory on all newly homologated cars in November 2012, monitors the pressure inside a tyre and alerts drivers when pressures fall below a certain level - typically 20 per cent under-inflated.

Michelin welcomes the new European legislation concerning the device which has been introduced to help improve road safety and reduce CO2 emissions, but Crinson is keen to highlight that TPMS is not an alternative to regular tyre checks.

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