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TPMS: Tire Pressure Monitoring for Your MADISON HEIGHTS Vehicle

TPMS: Tire Pressure Monitoring for Your MADISON HEIGHTS Vehicle

MADISON HEIGHTS drivers may know that all 2008 model year and newer cars, mini-vans and light trucks in MI come with a tire pressure monitoring system. Many slightly older vehicles around the MADISON HEIGHTS area have these systems as well. A tire pressure monitoring system – called TPMS – consists of sensors on each wheel that measure tire pressure.If tire pressure drops 25 percent below the vehicle manufacture’s recommended pressure, the sensor sends a signal to a monitoring unit that causes a warning to light up on the dashboard. When drivers see the warning light, they know it's time to put some air in the tires.There are many benefits to people in MADISON HEIGHTS who drive with properly inflated tires. First is cost savings. Running at the correct air pressure improves fuel economy. Driving on underinflated tires is like driving through sand – it drags down your fuel economy. Drivers in MADISON HEIGHTS will also see longer, more e ... read more

The Easy Way to Save Cash in MADISON HEIGHTS

The Easy Way to Save Cash in MADISON HEIGHTS

The hottest MI news story may be different every day, but there's one topic that seems to come up over and over again – the price of gas in MADISON HEIGHTS. If you feel like most of your paycheck goes into your gas tank, this post is for you. Here are several basic things people in MADISON HEIGHTS can do to greatly reduce their gas consumption, save money, and help the environment. You can really improve your fuel economy by how you drive – but first, here's a review of things you can do for your vehicle that'll save gas no matter how you drive.The first one for MADISON HEIGHTS drivers is keeping tires properly inflated. That can save 2 miles per gallon/.85 km per liter. Driving on low tires is like driving through sand – your car just has to work harder. Most MADISON HEIGHTS service centers will fill up your tires for free, so just ask Interstate Auto Care. Also, make a habit of checking your tire pressure whenever you fill up. Many MADISON HEIGHT ... read more

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