Time： 2020-04-21 17:56:29
Everyone will have different needs, and the type of TPMS you choose will generally depend on your vehicle.
As far as tire pressure monitoring is concerned, your vehicle will fall into one of three categories:
1, It was manufactured with a pre-existing TPMS
In this case, it is best to purchase replacement sensors when they become faulty (such as number 2 or 6 on our list), rather than splashing out for an entire new system.
2, It is a four-wheeled vehicle
In this case, you don’t need to pay more for a system that can cope with more than four tires. You can save yourself some money by purchasing a system designed to work with standard, four-wheeled vehicles.
3, It is an RV or towing vehicle
If your vehicle has more than four tires, or you tow a trailer frequently, it's worth investing in a system which can monitor every wheel. Since these vehicles tend to be longer than a four-wheeled car alone, you might consider choosing a system with a signal booster to ensure all sensors can communicate with the monitor.