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TPMS Made Simple Sponsored by Schrader
A recent national survey shows 96% of drivers agree that underinflated tires pose a serious safety issue.
69% of drivers don't want the responsibility of manually resetting an indirect TPMS system according to a recent survey.
Schrader has produced and sold more than 200 million sensors worldwide, more than 54% of the overall market.
Schrader has the capacity to produce over 500 million valve cores each year.
Tire pressure monitoring systems are now required by the TREAD Act (FMVSS138) on 100% of all new passenger cars & light trucks sold in the U.S.
A recent survey conducted by Schrader found 9 in 10 drivers believe TPMS is an important safety feature in a vehicle.
Schrader offers TPMS sensors and service packs for more than 94% of TPMS-equipped vehicles on the road today.
Discussion on TPMS Technology:
Direct vs. Indirect

From blind resets to the length of time until warning, indirect TPMS has its limitations.
Read why it's important to consider direct TPMS solutions.
Meet the Experts
Schrader's goal for this online resource is to provide a comprehensive set of viewpoints on TPMS technology from industry experts.
Learn more from our expert panel.
Case Study: Mahindra
Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. implements TPMS snap-in valve and sensor technology across its global vehicle platform.
Read about Mahindra's competitive advantage based on TPMS.