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The normal pressure of chrysler tires

BPW presented an autonomous system of adjustment of tire pressure at the international exhibition of commercial vehicles (IAA).

pressure of tires

The new technology of self-pumping was called AirSave. Considering the potential of different automation systems, the development of BPW may become a bestseller.

Until now, only the Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS), able to inform the driver about low or excessive tire pressure, were widespread on the market . Informing is good, but what to do next? But not every driver has an opportunity to pump the tire on the road. The further exploitation of vehicle with incorrect tire pressure is unsafe and causes the quick wear and tear of the tread.

The creators of AirSave offer a compact decision against the flat tires or 2004 chrysler pacifica headlight. The device independently defines the problem and automatically injects or extracts the air. The system monitors the state of every separate wheel. In case of break, when the system constantly pumps the tire, the driver receives the message about the need to visit the service station for checking.

Driving FAQ

Driving in the fog

Fog is one of the most dangerous weather conditions for driving. The thicker it is, the more difficult it is to control the traffic. Try to be very attentive, as your safety depends not only on you, but also on the other drivers on the road.

Driving in the fog

If the fog is very thick, it is better to wait until it clears. But if you’re late for an important meeting or just in a hurry, you should warn the people waiting for you. You shouldn’t rush and risk your life and the lives of people around you.

In conditions of poor visibility it is very important to follow certain rules:

  1. Firstly, you should turn on the fog lamps or the “passing beams”.
  2. Then reduce the speed, so that you can quickly react in a dangerous situation and brake as fast as possible.
  3. Don’t try to take a shortcut, increase the distance and stick to the right side of the road.
  4. Give the sound signals, and listen to them respectively, so that you can control the nearest cars.
  5. If the road visibility doesn’t exceed 10 m, reduce the speed to 5 km/h.
  6. Before turning or going around, make sure that there is no obstacle.