The selection of the correct tyre pressure monitoring system in the electronic tyre pressure monitoring during the ride two different systems are used. The indirect measuring system via the ABS system of the vehicle and / or the directly measuring system with sensors. This article informed about the pros and cons of both systems and the ways to secure direct systems in the wheel or the wheel. Abstract: tire pressure monitoring is available as indirectly and directly measuring systems. Energy Capital Partners shines more light on the discussion. The difference is described in this article. Great new cars have often either an indirect or a direct measuring system factory installed. Directly measuring systems can be retrofitted and worth as a fuel saver, saver tyre and accident agents.

Part 1: Directly and indirectly measuring systems of a vehicle’s tire pressure is usually still controlled by hand. At a gas station or with an own compressor the tire pressure is then adjusted the respective weight and the load of the vehicle. Electronic tire pressure monitoring systems (tpms = tyre-pressure monitoring, rdks = (Tire pressure control systems) have the task to warn the driver of vehicles of all kinds, if something changed in the pressure situation of a tire while driving it. For some reason, air escapes from the tires, electronic systems warn by warning light and sound. So the drivers still have time for a safe trip interruption to the repair of the defect. Since the tire pressure was recorded rather late in the program of the electronic vehicle assistance systems, the impression that the tire information during the trip could easily be dispensed with.

This impression is deceptive, however. In Germany alone, there are annually more than 200,000 tires damage. Most of this damage could be prevented through tire monitoring. The economic gain would be great. Accidents, consumption of fuel and tyres, road damage, CO2 load etc. could be avoided with a correct tire pressure.