The PressurePro Tyre Management System

Tyres are a major headache when they go wrong.

How do you ensure your tyres are not going to let you down?
TyreSafe Australia delivers a tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS) to constantly check your tyres inflation pressures providing alerts if a tyre pressure falls, or if the tyre is getting too hot. Improve the quality of your holiday. Stay relaxed and informed about your tyres while you drive!

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Holidays are about one thing….


You don’t need any additional worries on holidays, PressurePro will alert you before any safety issues arise. Checking your tyre pressure is as easy as pushing a button.

The PressurePro Advantage:

  • Improved safety and dynamic handling, better traction

  • lower fuel consumption as a result of lower rolling resistance

  • improved tyre performance, increased life, reduced fatigue

  • identifies tyre problems before they become a safety issue

The PressurePro System:

  • is simple to fit, program and maintain

  • fits onto the end of the valve stem

  • weighs 17 grams, about the weight of a 50 cent piece

  • user adjustable settings including patented cross axle alerts as well as fast leak

  • uses audio visual alarms that will alert you to a tyre problem before it develops into trouble

  • 1300 TPMS 4U

Control Risk and Avoid Emergencies

The monitor inside the car receives and collates the signals from the PressurePro sensors fitted to the vehicle as well as from the caravan or trailer.

The pressure from each tyre is constantly monitored; a major change in pressure triggers the monitor to life displaying the pressure. Alerts can be acknowledged by pressing the TPMS button on the Pulse monitor. the alert will continue until the issue is remedied.

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TPMS Indicator

This calls for immediate action to maintain safe operation of the vehicle

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A tyre running at 10% below its specified pressure:

  • Will wear at a 10% faster rate,
  • The rolling resistance increases so fuel consumption rises
  • Braking is affected, increasing stopping distances
  • Contact pressure is reduced 10%.

At 20% under set pressure safety is compromised!

The tyre will wear 25% faster than at the correct pressure, the danger of a tyre failure increases exponentially and the risk of a safety related incident increases.

Can you tell the difference between these two tyres?