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If you are buying new rims or tires for your car - don't forget about the TPMS sensors. A lot of modern vehicles are equipped with these little devices that make our life easier, so it is needed to maintain and replace them when necessary.



Aftermarket TPMS sensors are often many times cheaper than OE sensors and designed to work with pretty much any kind of wheels. Here at CARiD we offer sensors that fit over 90% of the vehicles on the road. They program for your vehicle using the exact same procedure as you would use for the factory sensors. Be proactive, properly inflated tires save money due to better fuel efficiency, they are safer and last longer.

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There is a reason why the TPMSs are mandatory, they are essential for safety, will provide you with better fuel efficiency and maximize the life span of your tires. Don't forget to replace your sensors when mounting new tires; this way you won’t have to pay to have the tires remounted and balanced again if the sensors fail shortly afterwards. If you have 2 sets of wheels for summer and winter use - just get an extra set of TMPS sensors and forget about switching them from one set to another.

Note: If you’re buying new wheels from us, order the TPMS sensors at the same time. We’ll install them, and mount and balance the tires before we ship them to you.

Doing regular vehicle maintenance is one of the keys of safety on the road. Check out our wide selection of TPMS sensor here: http://www.carid.com/tpms-sensors.html

Stay safe!
 

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I'm still old school. My truck alone I pay about 1k just for tires. I can't see adding another 200 to the bill every tire change for just that vehicle alone then another 400 for my other 2 cars. That's just my opinion though.
 

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You dont need it for every tire change anymore, the only time you replace them now is if they go bad basically, or if you break then when installing the tires, im just wondering cause im gonna buy another set of wheels, so i dont have to swap the sensors back and forth.
 
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