Tyresure, a leading distributor of TPMS products, is now offering an aftermarket BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) sensor for Tesla vehicles. The aptly named T-Pro Hybrid BLE is a direct replacement for the Tesla OE sensor manufactured by Sysgration.
Tyresure is currently offering its Starter Kit Pro with 99 per cent coverage of European vehicles (equipped with direct TPMS). According to the company, The Starter Kit Pro supersedes the previous solution of Starter Kit 1 and 2, providing an up-to-date selection of the latest TPMS replacement parts in the market.
ATEQ TPMS Tools has launched the “Live Sensor” platform, purportedly the first real-time updating portal for every sensor maker that is in ATEQ tools. On 2 November 2020, ATEQ announced that “Live Sensor is a brand-new, patent-pending technology that allows sensor information to be updated in real-time, allowing users to keep their tool updated as new information is added”.
The Ateq VT Truck – the smart heavy-duty vehicle TPMS maintenance tool for dealerships, multi-brand workshops, fleet managers and hauliers, offered by Tyresure Ltd now includes 30+ truck, bus and trailer sensor combinations.
Tyresure is highlighting the fact that it’s wide range of TPMS solutions includes everything from the sensors themselves to professional training courses designed to suit all TPMS-related roles – including the first to be accredited by the Institute of the Motor Industry in the UK – from the firm’s centrally located headquarters.
As the growth of TPMS continues across Europe, and with an increasing number of cars fitted with sensors requiring maintenance when tyres are replaced, it is important for businesses to be equipped with tools that make dealing with TPMS as quick and easy as possible.
Following the success of the firm’s recently launched IMI-accredited training course, Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) specialists, Tyresure Ltd have announced the release of two additional courses for the new year. Focused on more specific areas of working with TPMS in everyday business, the new courses cover best practices for dealing with TPMS sensors in a tyre bay, and guidance on how to effectively sell TPMS to customers.
Tyresure Ltd has released the VT56 SE – a new ‘lite’ version of the original VT56 tool, which has been streamlined to offer all the essential functions required, for a lower cost.
Configuring all popular universal TPMS sensors, including all of Tyresure’s T-Pro sensors, the new tool is designed to integrate and store all sensor data, and allows this data to be transferred to the vehicle via the OBDII socket. Frequent online updates ensure that new vehicles are introduced quickly, providing up-to-date coverage at all times.
During the recent Automechanika exhibition Tyresure launched its latest training opportunity – an IMI-accredited specialist TPMS course. According to the company, this training is being offered to customers in the UK first and is targeting key distributors and wholesalers in the first instance.
Company representatives explained that the course features both theory and practical elements and is about servicing as much as training.
Following a competition recently held by Tyresure at the Automechanika exhibition for the chance to receive a free TPMS training session, the winner has now been confirmed as M-Sport Wheels Ltd. The business will receive comprehensive training from Tyresure’s TPMS experts, providing them with in-depth knowledge and IMI certification, once a suitable date has been arranged.
TPMS specialists Tyresure Ltd are “looking forward” to demonstrating the firm’s “innovative product range” to customers from Hall 20, Stand E80. Tyresure plan to exhibit the company’s complete TPMS product line at the event, including its universal T-Pro sensor range which covers over 90 per cent of TPMS-equipped vehicles, as well as OE-R replacement sensors, diagnostic tools, TPMS valves, service parts, and accessories.
Tyresure Ltd is preparing to start running the company’s first comprehensive TPMS training course, and will be releasing the available training dates and full details in the near future, with plans for sessions to begin in Summer this year.
Tyresure Ltd has announced that, following a sustained period of development and progression in the market, the business has outgrown its current offices and warehouse, and is therefore relocating to larger, newly renovated premises.
Tyresure Limited has added the brand new VT36, an affordable starter TPMS diagnostic tool, to its range. According to the company, the VT36’s low price makes the tool accessible to small and medium size tyre shops and garages entering into the fast growing TPMS market for the first time. Designed for tough tyre shop and garage environments, it is pitched as “ideal TPMS diagnostic starter tool”.
Tyresure Limited, a dedicated TPMS specialist supplying TPMS solutions to distributors across Europe, is now using MAM’s Autocat v8 parts catalogue to provide distributors with TPMS product data and diagnostic information. As well as including data on Tyresure’s aftermarket sensors and service parts, the company is using the catalogue to convey helpful information on whether a diagnostic tool is required. Tyresure partners ATEQ and works closely with the tool maker to keep vehicle compatibility up-to-date and accurate.