90 percent of all punctures are caused by a gradual loss in pressure, which passes unnoticed by the driver. Insufficient tire pressure also increases fuel consumption. The TIS-Web® Tire Starter Kit helps you manage your vehicles’ tires optimally – especially when they are on the road. The tire-pressure monitoring system is based on the ContiPressureCheckTM from Continental. Sensors in the tires continuously measure the pressure and temperature of all tires and transmit the data to the TIS-Web® Fleet app via a Bluetooth® interface. Irregularities can be inspected quickly and corrected straightaway. This gives you access to a key parameter for greater efficiency in fleet management.
TIRE-PRESSURE MONITORING WITH THE TIS-WEB® FLEET APP
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