Bartec Announces TPMS Consumer Kit

Bartec Announces TPMS Consumer Kit

This consumer kit comes with a counter mat, mouse pad, informative wall poster, large window banner, two versions of consumer-oriented brochures, and an attractive countertop display. To bring it all together, Bartec created a comprehensive reference book.

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“We surveyed hundreds of tire shops and found a common message, technicians and counter people need help explaining what Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems are all about,” according Scot Holloway, CEO of Bartec USA. “Who better than Bartec to provide the proper explanations and answers to the sometimes challenging service work that is a part of TPMS?”  Holloway continued.
 
What is definitely clear, Bartec is intent on continuing the mission to deliver the necessary tools to help repair technicians avoid the make-inoperative trap. It is important to remember, according to NHTSA, it is the responsibility of tire shops and repair centers to keep the TPMS operating.
 
This consumer kit comes with a counter mat, mouse pad, informative wall poster, large window banner, two versions of consumer-oriented brochures, and an attractive countertop display. To bring it all together, Bartec created a comprehensive reference book. Bartec’s goal in developing this kit: build knowledge and confidence and improve on the abilities of technicians and counter people alike. Using this consumer kit in your tire shop or service center will help consumers better understand TPMS and what is required.
 
Bartec continues to be the leader in the development of new TPMS technology and solutions to better aid automotive service professional’s world wide. Visit our website at www.bartecusa.com or call our sales office toll free at (855) 877-9732 for additional information.

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