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www.TiroGage.com | TPMS | Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems

Proper tire inflation is essential for economic and
safe driving. One of the newer products on the market is the patented TiroGage tire pressure gauge. 'expenditure increase of fuel by improper
tire pressure is approx. 1­3%, while the tires
wear approx. 20% faster pointing several studies
by including truck manufacturers on. 

The pressure on the tires increases the risk of tire explosion hazard to both driver and other road users. At the
same time, the driver must use precious time to
change tires. The correct tire pressure is, in other
words, fundamental to safe and economical
driving, "says Henrik Steen­-Jorgensen.

About TiroGage

TPMS is becoming one of the most important topics in effective automotive cost management, in many discussions regarding energy and environmental conservation, and in all discussions about vehicle operational safety. With the high cost of fuel, tires, insurance, roadside downtime and repairs, on time efficiency, vehicle costs, carbon pollution concerns and safety, TPMS will remain one of the hottest market segments today. TiroGage provides drivers of many types of vehicle types and sizes better stability, handling, braking, safety and savings TiroGage is assembled to exacting technical and quality specifications in the United States at the headquarters of Wika Instrument LP USA in Lawrenceville, GA.

TiroGage
P.O Box 890
Verdi, Nevada 89523
1 (800) 445-8476

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