In September of 2007, all light motor vehicles were required to provide a built-in TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) to help alert driver of under-inflated tires which may lead to premature tire wear, potential decrease in response/handing/ride comfort, and even tire blow-outs which could lead to loss of control and accidents.

Don’t worry. getTREAD can service most vehicles’ TPMS systems to ensure safety, reliability, and longevity. We use only the latest state-of-the-art diagnostic tools and industry leading supplies to ensure peace of mind. When you call getTREAD, we’ll save you time and come to YOUR location to measure for TPMS sensor battery life, correct position, proper seals and hardware, and of course, accurate tire pressure.

Still fuzzy on TPMS? Click over to the “My TPMS Light Is On! I’m Freaking Out! article in our blog to make sure your vehicle is safe while on the road.

Take back YOUR time, with getTREAD – Mobile Tire Service


TPMS Troubleshooting (4 wheels) $64.99 (FREE with purchase of 4 tires or Balance/Rotation)
TPMS Sensor Replacement (if needed) $49.99-$79.99 per sensor *depending on application


getTREAD uses out-of-the-box thinking to provide mobile tire service that fits YOUR lifestyle. At work, at home, even at soccer practice!

We make it easy for you! Order top brand tires, schedule a time & place for service, and we come to you – so you can Take Back YOUR Time


  • Why is my TPMS light on?

    If your TPMS light is on and stays on continually (not blinking), this means one of your tires’ pressure readings has fallen out of recommended specification. This could be something minor caused by drop in ambient temperature (as air cools, pressure drops), or it could be more serious such as a puncture.

    If your TPMS light is blinking, this means there is a malfunction in the TPMS system and it’s unable to do it’s job correctly. Hop over to our blog post: My TPMS Light Is On! I’m Freaking Out! for further tips on how to handle issues with TPMS.

    Contact getTREAD for safe and reliable TPMS service, at your location!

  • Do I need a TPMS Service Kit when installing new tires?

    Anytime a tire is removed from its wheel- a TPMS Service Kit (the inflation valve, valve core, and all necessary seals) MUST be replaced to ensure your safety for the life of the tire. Old valves and seals degrade over time, and slow leaks are a bad way to end up with dangerously low tire pressure which can lead to a blow-out, loss of control, or accidents.

    Click over to our blog article: My TPMS Light Is On! I’m Freaking Out! for further tips on how to handle issues with TPMS.

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