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TYRE REGULATIONS

TYRE REGULATIONS

From November 2014 it has been a legal requirement for all cars sold in the European Union to be fitted with a Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) as standard equipment. The primary aim of this legislation is to reduce the risk of accidents caused as a direct result of underinflated tyres, as well as reducing carbon emissions and improving fuel economy.

From the 1st of January 2015, EU directive 2010/48/EU introduced a TPM system check to the MOT test for any car fitted with a TPM system (manufactured after the 1st of January 2012) displaying the TPMS warning light.

Workshops and garages need to be aware, trained and equipped to diagnose, repair and replace TPMS to maximize business opportunities.

In preparation for this new EU legislation, Mobiletron UK has developed a complete TPMS solution and via our online catalogue MobCAT, customers have access to a comprehensive range of sensors, valves, service kits. MobCAT has a simple drop-down menu search facility including a registration search and is presented with the appropriate product and general specification details.

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