Improves Car Safety
Certainly, the tires rank as some of the most important parts of a car. This is because any form of movement without the tires is impossible. That being said, you must take proper care of your car's tires. Why? In addition to facilitating the vehicle's movement, the tires also play an important role in guaranteeing safety. Several car accidents that have occurred could have been avoided if the car owner had just paid attention to the state of their tires.
One of the critical things to be mindful of in proper car tire maintenance is tire pressure. The tire pressure refers to the amount of air left in tires. It could mean the difference between a safe, enjoyable drive and a dangerous or unpleasant one. Tires with the correct air pressure function longer and contribute to better vehicle safety. On the other hand, underinflated tires have higher rolling resistance, affecting fuel economy. It might be difficult to tell at a glance if your car's tyre pressure is low, but there is a perfect solution for that.
This car tire pressure sensor could help you accurately determine, with just a look, if your tire pressure is low. This, in turn, will help you ensure the overall safety of your car.
Now that you know just how much this tool can contribute in terms of safety, you're probably thinking, "That's good and all, but I drive a truck, or I have a bike, not a car, so can I also use this tool?" The answer to that question is an emphatic yes! This is because this tire pressure gauge is a fit for 32-36 PSI (2.2-2.4Bar) tire specs.
This means that this sensor will be a perfect fit for practically all vehicles, including your car, motorcycle, and even your bicycle.
Easy To Install and Use
Now you'd think that a useful tool must surely be complicated to install or use. But, again, you would be wrong about that. These pressure sensors are just like your car tire's pressure caps. This means that all you have to do is screw them on like you would the caps. The reading or "use" of these sensors is also quite easy. Once installed, you'll be able to tell the exact condition of your tire. How? The sensor will display one of three colours:
Green, for normal tire pressure;
Yellow, which indicates that the tire pressure is 10% lower than the recommended tire pressure; and
Red, which indicates that the pressure is now 25% below the recommended tire pressure.
Ideally, if you see a yellow colour during your checks, you should inflate the tire as soon as possible. Once it is red, however, you shouldn't even attempt to drive the vehicle.
Made With Durable Materials
Of course, a tool for guaranteeing the safety of your vehicle should be made with premium materials to ensure the tool itself is long-lasting. This is why this pressure gauge sensor is made with copper core and stainless steel materials. These materials ensure the sensor is extremely durable, resistant to wear, and resistant to rust.
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