Lets face it, Alberta’s roads aren’t great. Most of the time they aren’t even good. Whether due to the wild and erratic changes in temperature, or some other reason, here at Alberta Honda we’d be willing to bet that Alberta has the highest number of potholes per capita than anywhere else in the world. While this might seem like a minor inconvenience more than anything, it can actually wreak real havoc on your vehicle and tires. That’s why Honda’s Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) is such a perfect tool for Alberta drivers. Read on and learn why TPMS is so valuable, with the crew at Alberta Honda.
What is Honda’s Tire Pressure Monitoring System?
Honda’s TPMS with Tire Fill Assist is an innovation meant to make your life easier—and safer too. If your tire pressure is too low you run the risk of, at best, uneven tire wear, and at worst, potential tire failure. That’s why Honda has included their TPMS in the Multi-Information Display (MID). If any of your tires are losing pressure, the TPMS will show exactly which of the four tires is to blame. From there, you can pull over as soon as possible and re-inflate your tires. If you’re unsure of how to read the appropriate pressure for your tires, there’s a label on the inside of your Honda’s door jamb.
What is Tire Fill Assist?
In order to make things even easier for you, Honda has added the Tire Fill Assist to many vehicles outfitted with TPMS. Tire Fill Assist provides an audible warning if you leave your Honda’s power on when filling up. While the tire is still low on pressure, the lights will flash and you’ll hear a beep every five seconds. Once your tire has reached the appropriate pressure level, the flashing and beeping will occur continuously for five seconds.
Honda’s TPMS with Tire Fill Assist is an easy-to-use, convenient feature that ensures you’ll never need to drive with inefficient or unsafe tire pressure levels ever again. If you have any further questions about Honda’s TPMS with Tire Fill Assist, either refer to your owner’s manual or feel free to contact the team at Alberta Honda.