Technologies to assist tire management

April 18, 2024
From tread scanners to pressure sensors and automatic tire inflation systems, here's a few tire tools to lower tire maintenance costs.

The driver is ultimately responsible for ensuring vehicles have adequate air pressure and tread depth, which is checked during pre- and post-trip inspections. But their jobs are stressful enough, so fleets can ease some of that burden with any number of tire pressure monitoring systems and other technologies to ensure optimal tire health.

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About the Author

Lucas Roberto

Lucas Roberto is an Associate Editor for Fleet Maintenance magazine. He has written and produced multimedia content over the past few years and is a newcomer to the commercial vehicle industry. He holds a bachelor's in media production and a master's in communication from High Point University in North Carolina.

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