Tire Management System & Tire Pressure Monitoring

Now, you too can make your fleets safer and more efficient by equipping them with a tire management system. Healthy tires will increase fuel efficiency and reduce the drag on your engine. You can detect under-inflated tires with the help of a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS).

Accurate data is transmitted over the air via GPS and can be seen on our tire management software. Access real-time and historical tire pressure data of your entire fleet. You can also set alerts for dangerously low tire pressures and avoid unsafe driving conditions.

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Why use a tire management system?

Before TMS

  • Tires used to be a fleet’s #1 maintenance cost
  • 33,000 accidents took place every year because of low tire pressure
  • 1 in 4 fleets had a seriously under-inflated tire
  • Driving under-inflated tires put drivers at the risk of skidding

After TMS

  • Increase fuel economy and significantly reduce operational costs
  • Real-time tire pressure data brings down the risk of accidents
  • Always know when your fleets are under-inflated
  • Regular tire inspections can prolong tire life & protect you from skidding on slippery roads

An award-winning tire management software is here to help!

Benefits of using our tire management system

Complete your tire-care essentials with our tire management solution which includes tire pressure and tire temperature monitoring

Better Tire Health

Without maintenance, tires get worn quickly. This results in quicker tire replacements, higher tire costs per mile, & driving hazards. Avoid this by planning data-driven maintenance schedules. Make tire inspections an important part of your maintenance strategy and prolong the life of your tires

Fewer Accidents

Tire pressure monitoring can save you from downtime and accidents. Low tire pressures cause overheating—leading to a blowout (especially common in regions with freezing temperatures). On the other hand, pumping tires with excessive air isn’t a great idea either, as over-inflation reduces traction and causes your vehicles to skid.

Fuel savings

Monitoring tire pressure & temperature is the easiest way to cut your fuel consumption. Yes, you read it right! Tires can lose up to 1 pound/square inch of air a month. This loss is dependent on driving behavior, type of roads, and fleet usage. These factors could be taking a toll on your fuel economy, radically increasing your fuel costs, and our tire monitoring system can fix that!

Easy management of tires

Digitize your tire inventory. Get insights into tire details with a single click. You can track any tire’s brand name, tread pattern, size, status, or NSD. Access details regarding their installation, and miles traveled and effectively plan inventory procurement.

Tire pressure monitoring system

With TPMS get insights into real-time metrics like tire pressure and temperature. You’ll avoid dangerous driving conditions by detecting low tire pressures!

Improving fleet efficiency

Prevent premature tire wear & build on a stronger fuel economy.

Always stay informed

Eliminate tire-related speculations! GPS triggered alerts help you stay on top of tire conditions.

Reduce Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)

A well-implemented tire pressure monitoring system prevents unplanned downtime & tire repair costs.

Maintaining Tire Inventory

Plan inventory procurement. Get insights into tire conditions & plan their servicing accordingly.

Enhance Safety

Accident fatalities or dangerous driving conditions due to poor tires could be eliminated with TPMS.

Experience unbelievably accurate analytics on our tire management system.

Digitize tire details and access it from a single screen!

Projected Mileages

Estimate, compare and find ways to improve tire mileages.

Distance Traveled

Get insights into the distance traveled by your fleet’s tires.

Inspection Dates

Do you have trouble remembering tire inspection dates? In that case, we’ve got you covered!

Tire Fitment

Know your tire fitment values by month of installation or by its brand name.

Tread Depth

Know the avg. KM/MM for each tire & use it to improve tire performance.

Tire Status

Know the exact number of tires that are on the wheel, kept in inventory, scrapped, or out for maintenance.

Tire Tread Depth Status

Know the exact number of tires that are on the wheel, kept in inventory, scrapped, or out for maintenance.


Questions to ask before you invest

How do you add new tires to the system?

Adding new tires or updating existing tire-related information takes less than a minute with our tire management system. Click on the “+” sign, found at the bottom left corner of your Tire overview screen, and add single or multiple tires. Fill up company name, branch, tire brand, serial number, size, tread depth and click on save. Or, simply upload details through a .xls file. Click here to learn more.

What is an axle? How do I define an axle for a new tire?

An axle is a shaft or a rod-like structure of the chassis that gets attached to your tires. It supports and rotates your tires. Defining axle position for your tires helps you track their position and can be particularly useful for tire rotations. Assign axle to a tire object from the define axle screen. Select the object, add axle name, & increase or decrease the number of axle units. Click here to learn more.

What can you do with a tire management system?

You can add, remove, or edit tire information. You can also keep track of tire inspection, installation, and maintenance dates. You will also get visibility into tire miles and individual tire costs—so you know which tires last longer and cost lesser to operate.

What is TPMS? How can it benefit fleet managers?

The tire pressure monitoring system collects real-time data from the sensors and informs users about pressure or temperature anomalies. You receive alerts for pressure variation via SMS, email, or application notification—even when you are away from your fleet. Driving fleets are correct temperature and pressure reduces tire damage, improves fuel economy, and enhances driver safety.

Roads are allowed to be overused and worn out. Your tires aren’t.

We're here to take care of your tires. Learn more about what tire management systems can do for you.