Just wanna help
IMO, those who maintain their vehicles seldom need gadgets of this type. These people can also usually tell a low tire pressure from the way the car handles and will fix the problem right away. But not all drivers are created equal. You will be surprised at the number of people who drive their cars with an almost flat tire and not even know it, especially when it happens during a long drive. These systems are geared to assist them with safer driving.Eric L. said:I personally do not think its worth it to even have a TPMS. I kind of wish Nissan made it an option not to equip it with the VDC package.
The way I see it, its a system for people who do not really maintain their cars - you gotta really neglect the car to let the tires run down so low that an alarm is needed to remind you to check the tires.
I fit into this category as well...zebelkhan said:OTOH, some people like me just like gadgets! If it does not take away from the car and I can afford it, I will get it just so that I have it. Call me crazy but it makes me happy!
Gripperdon, please update us on how the kit goes: quality, acuracy etc. I know that a forum member said this TPMS is very prone to be stolen because it seats outside instead of like tirerack's TPMS (see above link). What i am gonna do is wait until you have it for a month or two. If none of the sensor is stolen (which mean that the sensors does not scream "please steal me"), then i will get this kitBought it
I just ordered it tell you how it is soon.