Tire Check Tire Valve Caps automatically monitor your tire pressure and send up a red flag when the tire pressure is too low. Tire Check Tire Valve Caps monitor your tire pressure so you don’t have to!
The safety of your vehicle rests on your tires, literally. If your tires are too flat, it will throw your tires out of alignment or warp the rim. If they are over inflated, they are more likely to blowout or receive a puncture. Any of these situations make for unsafe driving conditions. Even though proper inflation is vital to your safety, many people do not regularly check their tire pressure. With Tire Check, maintaining the right pressure is as easy as glancing at your tires.
Tire Check Tire Valve Caps indicate if your tire is in need of air with a red flag. Tire Check replaces your old valve cap. Just screw it on. Normally you will see a green button under the clear protective dome. When the tire pressure drops 2-3 psi (pounds per square inch) or more, a red flag will pop out of the green button. Inflate your tire at your earliest convenience. Tire Check Tire Valve Caps will automatically reset themselves to the new pressure.
Tire Check Tire Valve Caps accurately measure drops in pressure of 2-3 psi or more, and constantly gauge your tire pressure so you don’t have to. Remember, properly-inflated tires enhance handling, increase fuel economy, and prolong the life of your tires. Just glance at your tires to see if they are in need of air.
Tire Check Tire Valve Caps will indicate that you need air, not how much. You still need a gauge to see how much air your tire needs and if you’ve added the correct amount. Get an Accutire Tire Pressure Gauge to make sure your tires are properly inflated.
Should your Tire Check Tire Valve Caps ever stop working or break off, the caps are designed to prevent leaking. Four caps come per pack.
With Tire Check Tire Valve Caps, a quick glance at your tires will tell you if you need air or not. No more guessing or driving around on unsafe tires!
Works from 20-42 PSI (pounds per square inch)
Triggered by a drop of 2-3 psi
Automatically resets itself when you inflate the tire