Servicing tires with TPMS is finally made easy with TireVigil TPMS. It eliminates the complexity of reprogramming vehicle electronics after a tire change with its technician-friendly Servicing App that records tire service work and changes sensor positions with a click of a mouse. The Service App can also be used to monitor the driver by tracking where a vehicle has been, its speed and when the ignition was turned on and off. The TireVigil TPMS in-cab display will log when the driver acknowledges tire alerts which is an important feature for fleets that hold the driver responsible for the safety of the vehicle and its tires.
But the tremendous strength of the TireVigil TPMS solution is in its cloud-based software that analyses all tire and vehicle data which can be integrated with fleet back-end FMS systems. This provides the fleet with visibility not only of the tires on one vehicle, but all the tires in its fleet. For example, TireVigil TPMS' Active Issues Report provides a work order each morning that technicians can use to address all the problem tires on vehicles at each company location before drivers arrive. Other reports enable fleet supervisors and managers to verify that tire work was done and performed correctly, obtain fleet tire pressure surveys and get an overview of vital fleet tire health statistics.
"Fleet managers can now get the visibility they need to take control of their tire programs, reduce their tire costs, increase their fleet's fuel economy, shrink their carbon footprints, and improve their CSA safety ratings all with less labor," said Fisher. "They can also track their vehicles without having to be tied to a specific navigation service provider. All of these savings result in an amazing return on investment."
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