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Proactive tyre maintenance solutions that keep your business moving.

Optimise tyre performance
Maximise fuel efficiency
Reduce breakdowns and improve safety

The benefits

Tirematics ensures optimal fuel consumption , better performance in braking and handling, and minimises potential breakdowns.
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Maintain the correct tyre pressure for optimal wear performance, improved casing durability and reduced irregular wear.
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Underinflated tyres increase fuel consumption and reduce tyre life. With minimal service efforts, Tirematics helps you save costs, maximise uptime and streamline operations.
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How it works

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How it works

Installation & setup
Tirematics is an easy-to-fit system with sensors mounted externally on the valves and a fully wireless gate system. The sensors transmit tyre pressure and temperature and are linked to the respective vehicles in the Tirematics cloud using FleetBridge or Toolbox.
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Each time a vehicle passes through the gate, the pressure is read and sent to the Tirematics cloud. The Tirematics cloud analyses the incoming data and instantly issues an alert if necessary.
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The alerts' recipients are determined beforehand to ensure the best outcomes if a pressure-related incident occurs. These alerts come from the Tirematics cloud by email or SMS and can also be sent to the driver.
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